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Ranch Riding Adventure with Julie Goodnight
September 16 - September 20, 2021
- DATE: September 16-20, 2021
- RATES (per person, per night):
- Adults Double Occupancy: $525
- Adults Single Occupancy: $595
Four riding sessions are offered each day, including a clinic with Julie, practicing trail obstacles, cattle sorting, and guided trail riding. This program is for all ability levels and offers plenty of saddle time for those who cannot get enough, and plenty of alternative activities when you need a break. Enjoy the incredible Fall weather—warm days and cool nights. Be prepared to ride a lot, soak in the incredible mountain vistas, enjoy socializing with like-minded souls, and have many great adventures on the back of a horse!
A limited number of spots are available. Reserve today!
For a better idea of what to expect, check out this sample itinerary:
Words cannot describe the awesomeness of the C Lazy U riding adventure last week. Top-notch accommodations, incredible staff, breathtaking views, and the Julie Goodnight instruction and information sharing was unmatched. Oh – and Rich and the cows were a blast! The whole trip was incredibly restorative for me in my personal journey. I thank you Julie from the bottom of my heart.
– Betsy Bradley
About Julie Goodnight
Julie Goodnight is best known as host of the popular TV show, Horse Master, which aired weekly on RFD-TV for eleven years. Julie’s clear and humorous teaching style and her enlightening insights on horse behavior, inspire and educate audiences everywhere. A certified Master Clinician, Julie travels the globe teaching riders and giving horse training demonstrations. She’s a published author with a syndicated column, a monthly blog and podcast, a keynote speaker, and is an active social media influencer. Julie is CEO of 2Horse Productions, an equine, nature and adventure lifestyle production company. Goodnight is the recipient of the Exceptional Equine Educator Award and CHA’s Partner in Safety Award, and resides on her horse farm in the mountains of Colorado.