I have traveled miles away from home but the most memorable places I’ve been to are those not really far away. Inded, it is not the costliest things that make the difference but the moments you can cherish. I have always wanted to try running a horse, well without any assistance from any guide. It’s a good thing that the popular El Kabayo Riding Stables of Subic Bay are now here in the Clark Freeport Zone. Located near Clark picnic grounds, specifically at Gil Puyat Avenue corner Panday Pira, Clark, Angeles, Pampanga.
Making the horse run is not simple. If you don’t know how to balance yourself when it runs, you might fall off your horse. It was my first-time and I wanted to make mine run outright. One thing that was impossible unless I’m freakin’ genius. So I had to come again another day to try my second attempt. Oh well, I improved quite well but not enough to make my horse run as how Clint Eastwood does in his cowboy movies. Lol.
El Kabayo Horses
I had tried horseback riding in Baguio, same in Tagaytay and in other resorts in Luzon and found that El Kabayo horses are remarkably better looking. These horses are tall, their bodies are visibly well taken care of. I don’t really know much about horses but these are obviously high quality and imported ones.
Horseback Riding Rates
- P 250.00/Person Riding Tour
- P 350.00/Horse/Thirty (30) Minutes
- P 650.00/Horse/Sixty (60) Minutes
How to get there
If you are coming from Manila, go by the North Luzon Expressway (NLEX). Then take Dau exit. Head straight to Dau Intersection, turn left and follow signs to Clark Freeport Zone. When you reach the main gate, you will see lots of signs to the Picnic Ground, just follow these signs, El Kabayo is located just next to it.