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RS Ranch Trail Rides - horse riding trails, hay
rides, sleigh rides
1275 Smith Road , Bourbon, MO 65441.
Phone: 573-732-4590. Email:
firstname.lastname@example.org. Open: Year Round. Directions: See
their website for directions. Payment: Cash, Check. Please check
the website for more info. RS Ranch is an actual working guest
ranch. They have trail rides, horse drawn hay and sleigh rides,
and other activities. They use Missouri Foxtrotters for the
trail rides and have Percherons for the hay wagon and sleigh.
Not to mention a BEAUTIFUL location in the Ozarks of Missouri.
Take a true horseback trail rides vacation in the Missouri
Ozarks. The countryside is rich in natural flora and fauna, and
our Ranch is rich in cowboy traditions, horsemanship and horse
husbandry. We are a 500 acre working family ranch, surrounded by
rivers, trails, and nature. You'll enjoy a wealth of cowboy
activities to choose from, and spend your time doing as much or
as little - as you prefer. Located just 1 hour from St. Louis's
Lambert International Airport, you drive southwest thru
beautiful country with rolling hills and interesting stops that
might include wineries, cave tours, or one of many antique
shops. Upon your arrival we will help you design a cowboy
getaway that is just right. You have many trail riding options,
plus roping, horse-drawn hayrides or sleigh rides in the winter.
If you want to learn some horsemanship then just watch or help
with some of the day to day horse work that it takes to keep a
cowboy ranch going. From shoeing, to harnessing a draft team or
maybe training a young colt, there's always lots to do.
A visitor writes on January 04, 2014: "Cannot tell
you enough how awesome this place is. WONDERFUL people that
own/run it. Roy and Tanya Schoenbeck are superb hosts!
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