Multi-Day Scenic Horseback Trips 2018:
We specialize in small group rides. If you don’t have a horse, you can use one of ours. All ages are permitted, when riders’ horsemanship skills are appropriate to the trip. Trip costs are very economical, because travelers share expenses.
Also possible the Trip of Your Choice! 4min 10 max, anywhere in continental US. Where do you want to ride?
Any trip wanted can be arranged by appointment with Marsha
All prices are estimates, subject to change. These prices include lodging, horse pen fees, horse hauling fees, and fuel.
All trip costs are calculated with 4 guests (minimum) and Marsha going in one truck and trailer.
If an extra car is driven to transport luggage and / or additional people, those fuel costs will be additional. If a second truck and trailer are used, fuel costs will be more.
If fewer than 5 guests travel with Marsha, the trip cost will be slightly more per person, because there are fewer people to share the overall expenses.
Guests and Marsha pay individually for their meals, entertainment, and tourist purchases.
Trip Deposit and Payment
Deposit of 1/2 of trip cost required at sign up. Balance due 1 month before departure. Your deposit can be applied to another Flying M Ranch activity within the same calender year if you cannot make the trip. Arrangement for pay out available.
Bringing Your Own Horse on Multi-Day Trips
Riders can use their own horses. Bring all the supplies your horse will need (tack, medication, fly spray, grooming tools, feed and water buckets, feed and hay).
Horses are required to have current Coggins test and be freshly shod. The terrain is too rocky for an unshod horse, shod on all 4 feet. For out-of-state trips, health certificates are also required.
Using Marsha’s Horse on Multi-Day rips
Those without a trail savvy horse may rent one of Marsha’s trail horses, the charge is $100 to $250 depending on which trip and how long the trip is. Contact Marsha for cost. This rental fee covers the cost of the horse, shoeing, tack, grooming tools, buckets, fly spray, etc. Marsha provides the feed for her horses. She feeds a privately produced alfalfa-based pelleted feed. She supplements the pellets with hay bought locally during the trip.
All riders must sign a release of liability before departing on the trip.
For the group’s riding safety, new rider/ horse teams must be assessed by Marsha prior to their first Flying M Ranch trip. Riders and horses not evaluated prior to the trip will need to delay their travel until another trip.
If you have questions, please email Marsha firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
Weekend trips planned throughout the year, weather depending.