• Pay $65 for one hour of horse riding instruction for two (a $130 value)
• Try out a new and exciting hobby
• Must be a new customer
• Appointment must be made
• PROMOTION EXPIRES April 9, 2013
If you don't spend a lot of time scratching around a farm or ranch, you might not get a lot of time with the gentle giants that are horses. Get acquainted with these amazing animals through horseback riding lessons, where you can learn to be comfortable with a horse and riding one. Seaton Hackney Stables has a well-established equestrian history and a convenient location to make your lessons accessible and fun. No matter what your age, you can enjoy getting to know the art of horseback riding for the first time get yourself a refresher.
Seaton Hackney Stables features beautiful grounds at 440 South Street in Morristown. The Stables offer horseback riding lessons, camps, birthday parties, equestrian study and more...
$65 for 1 hour semi-private horse riding lesson for two
- May purchase one for self and as a gift. Merchant will abide by gift certificate state laws. No cash back. Must be used in one visit. Not valid on tax or gratuity. Voucher cannot be combined or used in conjunction with any other offer, coupon or promotion. FIRST TIME CUSTOMERS ONLY. Reservation required. Schedule subject to available time slots. Appointment must be kept in order to receive full promotional value, except in the case of bad weather. Waiver will be required.
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Seaton Hackney track and stables were donated to the Morris County Park Commission in 1959 as bequeathed by Paul Moore Sr. Former owner of the notable Seaton Hackney Stables, Mr. Moore was the national leader for breeding Seaton colts and fillies, as well as owner of the renowned filly, "Pippin". He and his wife are credited for changing the image and operation of the famous Morristown Race Track from a playground to a showplace and putting Morristown on the international map of equine history.