Filed underOut And About LA
By Deb Flomberg
Do you enjoy horseback riding or have you always wanted to learn more about it? Then why not take a day, grab the family and head over to Anaheim Equestrian Center for a number of different horse related activities and recreational fun? There is a lot to do here, and there is something for every style and experience level, so call ahead to find out the best activity for you and your family, then enjoy the day at Anaheim Equestrian Center.
So what can you do there? The center offers a number of different ways to learn about horses, from therapeutic riding to trail rides and classes, you’ll find something to enjoy. Bring the younger children down for pony rides courtesy of some of the different ponies that are boarded at the ranch. Or enjoy obstacle demonstrations and trail rides. If you have a few kids or a scout troupe or class, then bring them all down and learn how to halter, groom, saddle, wash and ride a horse in a full two-day program taught by the equestrian experts at the Center.
There are several different organizations that call the Anaheim Equestrian Center home, all with their own horses and full line of classes and training. Get western riding skills from King Performance Horses, or some basic riding lessons from Yes U Can Ranch. For specialization in kids and seniors, check out Urban Horseman and get classes and training that helps ensure safety for all ages.
If you have your own horses then be sure to stop in the Tack Store for all the horse feed, supplements, saddles and other products that you could possibly need to ensure your horse is healthy and happy.
For a fun day trip like this, you’ll want to arrive in style. Take your ML350 TEC SUV from Mercedes-Benz of Encino. You can arrive in style and comfort, while you keep all the room you need for your gear, your snacks, and all the friends you will be taking with you on this fun recreational outing.
Deb Flomberg grew up in the mountains, developed a love for the beach and has found happiness on the open road. She is now a freelance writer, theater professional and travel enthusiast happy to be writing about the things she loves most.
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