The first time I rode a horse was at 5 years old, among "charros", skirmishes and stables you discover an exciting Mexico full of life and color. Currently, in addition to "charrería" (equestrian mexican tradition) we are practicing classic dressage. With my father and brother, I organize horseback rides every weekend with friends in the Ajusco National Park, just 45 minutes from the Mexico…
1. We will meet at the Glorieta de Cibeles (Roma Norte, near the center of the city) 2. We will go to the Ojo de Agua Ranch, at the Ajusco National Park. There,is located our ranch which have amazing horseback riding areas with spectacular views. 2.1 Guests will have an introduction to the equine world: - How do the horses see the world? - Morphological differences between different breeds of…
- Mexican Barbecue (May include chicken, pork or beef steak tacos) - Quesadillas - Salad - A glass of wine
A little classical dressage / charrería demonstration
Round trip transportation from the Cibeles to the Ajusco National Park.
Docile horses and mares for riding
- Clothing for cold weather (Temperature variates between 17 to 7 degrees)
- Boots (preferably)
- Sneakers are fine (just keep in mind they can get dirty)
- Cash (for extra food, drinks and souvenirs)
- Ojo de Agua Ranch: A traditional mexican ranch/farm. Here, open spaces with amazing views are waiting for us. - Cumbres del Ajusco National Park: Is one of many national parks near Mexico City, DF. The Ajusco is known for its high elevations reaching 3,900 meters (12,795 ft) above sea level and is visible from any part of Mexico city. The park is characterized by pine-oak forests and high mountain grassland.
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