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Acres Wild Riding School
$19 for a Two-Hour Horse Riding Lesson or $38 for Two Two-Hour Horse Riding Lessons (value up to $70)
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- Hop in the saddle partner.
- Grab a two-hour horse riding lesson for just $19, or pay just $38 for two two-hour horse riding lessons from Acreswild Riding School.
- Learn from fully qualified, encouraging tutors, in a beautiful rural setting.
- All safety gear is provided - all you need is a sense of adventure.
Back in the day, there was a name for a person who couldn't ride a horse. That name was Gordon. He was the only known person who couldn't ride a horse. It was a much needed skill, you see. Nowadays, it's not an essential mode of transport, but it sure is the most fun you can have on four legs.
Pay just $19 for a two-hour horse riding lesson or just $38 for two two-hour horse riding lessons from Acreswild Riding School.
Offering tuition for riders of all ages and skill levels, Acreswild Riding School provides a safe, fun and encouraging environment for you to learn all the skills you need to be a confident horse rider. Even if you've never been in the saddle before, the fully qualified team at Acreswild will put you at ease, and so will their cool, calm and helpful horses. All the safety gear you need is provided.
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