Parties

Printable Consent Form

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Basic Pony Tail Party $285:

  • Up to 10 children including birthday child. Ages 4 to 12
  • Western theme party invitation emailed as a PDF or JPEG for you to print or email to guests.
  • Three friendly horses in arena with party wrangler for one hour.  (for children only)
  • Use of celebration room for one hour. Complete with tables, chairs, clean indoor restrooms, surround sound system for country party music, and party wrangler to assist with kitchen needs.
  • Each additional party guest $20

Basic Guided Trail Ride Party for $385:

  • Guided Trail ride for total of 5 riders, ages 8 and up. (Group of riders under age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult guest)
  • Use of celebration room for one hour.  Compete with tables, chairs, clean indoor restrooms, surround sound system for country party music and party wrangler to assist with kitchen needs.
  • Western theme party invitation emailed as a PDF or JPEG for you to print or email to quests.
  • Each additional guest riding $40

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Add Additional Services to the Basic Package:

  •  Hayride for 30 Min $60
  •  For Each Additional Horse $40
  •  Campfire with Skewers. $50
  •  Bouncy House Delivered and Set-Up (Laura’s Inflatable’s range $200 up to $500)
  •  Western Boot Party Piñata (candy not included) $30
  •  Western Theme Cake $45 (10 guests)
  •  Western Theme Plates, Napkins, Utensils $20 ( for 10 guests)
  •  Use of Ranch Charcoal Grill $30

Accepted Payment Methods and Additional Information:

  • Cash, Check, or Paypal online for Credit Card Purchase
  • 50% nonrefundable deposit at time of booking.
  • Full payment due 7 days prior to party date.
  • We will provide you with a copy of party package agreement to insure all your requests are met.
  • All guests taking part in pony rides must have signed consent form from parent or guardian.

Remember our party wranglers work hard; don’t be afraid to show your appreciation with a tip.

Missouri – Warning – Under Missouri law, an equine professional is not liable for an injury to or the death of a participant in equine activities resulting from the inherent risks of equine activities pursuant to the Revised Statutes of Missouri.