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This was an amazing experience - whether you know how to ride a horse or not. As a mom, and outdoorsy person, I booked this experience for my husband and 2 teenagers girl 17 and boy 19, We all really enjoyed this experience even though my son and husband have basic horse riding skills. Fernando, a fine young man and amazing polo rider, made my husband and son at ease and adapted the level. They both learned fast and had a great game. My daughter and I galloped a lot and tried to hit the ball. What a true Argentinian experience. Fernando was very professional, patient and excellent coach 'a good guy' . We wish you well Fernando in your future competitions. A must do if you want to have fun outdoors in Buenos Aires.
Excellent, only in BA experience. Fernando is an extremely talented and patient player and teacher. Great horses and an altogether wonderful afternoon. Even if you are not an experienced rider, give yourself, and fellow travelers, this terrific, unique afternoon.
Had a great time! Learned to ride without holding the saddle a big feat on its own, learned the basics of a polo match, had some time to practice - and even played a scrimage game! Really cool activity, with amazing horses and a fantastic instructor. Thanks, Fernando!
The guide was communicative in directing us before the pickup, and generally helpful throughout. However, this was essentially a one man show. The location was pretty far, it probably took an hour from our pickup spot, and our pickup spot was 15 minutes from our hotel. The site itself was pretty except for the large electrical power lines running right over the grounds with lots of gorgeous horses. We had an opportunity to ride quite a bit and practice both riding and playing which was nice. I even took a break as we were on the horses for quite some time. We also had plenty of photo ops both before, during, and after. I was told it would be a 4 hour experience, but we were out for 6 and half hours from the pickup point to the drop off point which made us late for dinner. There is a bathroom and some chairs, but no food or drinks provided. You can buy a drink or snacks in the small village near the site. I would opt for a more experienced operator.
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