Pay R1000 for a five day, four night pony camp at Mazz Vaulting and Riding Club valued at R2000 (save 50%)
- Save 50% on a pony camp at Mazz Vaulting and Riding Club
- Groupon valid for 5 days and 4 nights
- Purchase as many as you like
- Share an intimate experience with the horses
- Booking essential: 083 602 2713
- Bring along a sleeping bag, pillow, clothes, toiletries, pocket money
- Groupon does not include the hire of helmets (R10)
- Groupon redeemable for up to 6 months
- Groupon only valid and issued once deal closes
- Redemption only on presentation of printed Groupon
If you asked a child where horses lived and he replied with “behind the TV screen,” it’s probably by time that you let him or her out of their protected space and back into the outdoors, unless you actually have a miniature horse behind your television set. Tear your little troopers away from the TV set and show them where horses actually live with today’s deal: a five day, four night pony camp for R1000 at Mazz Vaulting and Riding Club.
The five day and four night pony camp is an adventure unlike any other. Children will be whisked off to a land far away from the illusions of Dexter and Deedee and their pony-making laboratory to a horsey heaven. Besides being shown the vaults and riding, they’ll also be able to enjoy intimate sessions with the trusty steeds. The camps run at different times throughout the year including:
- 27th June – 01st July (normal camp all ages 5 – 17 sleeping indoor)
- 04th July – 08th July (normal camp all ages 5 – 17 of age sleeping indoor)
- 08th Aug – 12th Aug (Teenage camp 12 – 17 of age sleeping outdoor must bring own tent)
- 12thDec – 16th Dec (Teenage camp outdoor sleep ages 12 – 17 must bring own tent)
- 19th Dec – 23rd Dec (outdoor sleep all ages 5 – 17)
Mazz Vaulting and Riding Club is the ideal destination for a soiree with nature. Situated in Mnandi, about 12 kilometers from the Gauteng Horse Society, the stable is a refreshing and educational retreat for little people. Each horse is cared for to the best of the stable-owners’ ability ensuring they receive three meals a day and have a comfortable sleeping or resting place. It has been said that this is a top class establishment for horses. In fact, this came straight from the horses’ mouth.
Horse Fact: The term “straight from the horse’s mouth” actually came about when a horse named Gabe Austere ate an entire encyclopaedia and then regurgitated the whole lot. Someone close by was in fact looking for information that was in the book and found it in the grass nearby. Hence the term: “straight from the horses mouth.