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Riding Stable at Wright Park
Reviewed April 9, 2014

beautiful flowers though not much but still you'll enjoy the view and enjoy counting the stairs... and its near the mansion so you can just take the other side of the road and go take pictures.

Thank aprilriz
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Reviewed April 9, 2014

Go either to BCC riding stables or the one in Camp John Hay. At least the one in Camp John Hay, they have trails INSIDE their own area so that you don't ride down the regular roads

Thank Ilo K
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Reviewed March 30, 2014

i had the chance to ride a white horse. It was a great experience. Though my horse feels like he/she's gonna give up anytime. Haha. While my boyfriend's horse seems to be so sluggish. Note: the horses pee and poop anytime anywhere

Thank AbegaillVillacruz
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Reviewed March 6, 2014

Can't helped it..every time i visited Wright Park in Baguio..the song "God must be a cowboy" always rings in my ears...as if God is there to guide you and help you with your first rides. Yes...most kids learn how to ride their first horse in Wright Park..and i can see in their eyes how they loved it. They don't care if there's a foul smell around or it's a little bit stinky...what reminds them is every gallop they had with their new friends -- that horse which they choose, whether it's brown, pink or a handsome black stallion...their first memories with their horse will forever be there in their hearts just like my kids told me. Lucky you are if you're a country girl/boy...you may have owned one which you can ride anytime..but if you're a city boy or girl and would love to experience being a cowboy for once in your life..go to Baguio, visit Wright Park and spend one hour riding your horse believing and dreaming that anybody can be a cowboy.

Tips:
1. Ride for an hour at 300 rather than spending 200 for half an hour.
2. Make sure that you have a watch with you so you can complain if they say that time is up and you still have 10 more minutes...it happens.
3. Be careful and enjoy it!

2  Thank tetsky
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Reviewed February 14, 2014 via mobile

Even though i never had a chance for horseback riding because i'm scared but the place itself was really nice. A bit dusty and stinky.

Thank Enzo C
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