We ride year-round. Just call to set up a time (859) 586-0199 or
make a reservation.
Spring and fall offer optimum weather. Summer rides can be shady and comfortable because
we've trimmed trees all around the farm and created paths through the woods. While few
think of winter as a good time to ride, if you've never bundled up and ridden horses in the
moonlight reflected off snow, you're missing an unforgettable experience.
Arrange riding in advance. You may bring peppermints, carrots or apples as treats if you'd like.
Overnight boarding is available.
For your comfort and safety, it is best to wear straight-legged jeans and hard-soled shoes or
boots with a heel to ride. On your upper body, wear whatever fits the weather, assuming
you will get at least dusty and covered with horse hair during the grooming process. No
one will be permitted to ride in shorts. Baggy pants, sweats, tight low-cut jeans, etc. will cause you
If you have your own riding helmet and riding attire, of course, bring it. We have helmets of
various sizes for those who don't have their own. Very confining sports bras are advisable.
Remember sunscreen in the summer, long underwear, warm socks and gloves in the winter.
Ladies - a supportive bra is extremely necessary for your comfort. You will be miserable in a tube top or spaghetti-strap
shirt with a "built-in" bra. Some riders wear two bras on top of each other for additional support.
Please, no high heels – particularly no spike-heeled boots. If you don’t have something that looks like a cowboy boot,
just wear sports shoes.