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Well I’ve finally made it to double figures for visits to the ranch so I think it’s fair to say that it’s going to be a positive review. To keep things relevant I’m going to focus on some of the changes at the ranch in...More
We were thrilled with our time at White Stallion and hope to return soon.
There were 4 or 5 opportunities to ride each day. That is probably more than enough considering the heat. They post a schedule at the beginning of the week so you...More
This was our first dude ranch vacation so everything was a new experience for my wife and me. Most of what we needed to know was on their website so if you’re considering a visit here, read over that information ahead of time. I’ll list...More
This place will stay in your mind forever. A cowboy hat and a horse ride is a must when you are here as well taking a sunset hike and sunrise hike just feet from the Saguaro National Park. Great Hospitality too.
Our vacation stared with Thomas picking us up at the airport and providing an interesting history of Tuscon along with a geography lesson and history of the ranch. The room (Family Suite) was great and the door between the two rooms really helped. It was...More
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Instructional riding is available through the wranglers for a fee and paid directly to them. The ranch will not let your child go out on a horse without first making sure that the child knows what is expected of them and... More
Instructional riding is available through the wranglers for a fee and paid directly to them. The ranch will not let your child go out on a horse without first making sure that the child knows what is expected of them and what they need to do with the horse. Safety is their biggest concern for both rider and horse. Our daughter first rode at White Stallion when she was seven years old. I believe that five is the minimum age for riding.