If you recall, the last #ECMeetup was held at the Fairview Race Course. And guess who won horse riding lessons in Port Elizabeth? If you guessed me, you’d be partially right. I won a voucher, but I won’t be using it, because I”m giving it to one of my readers instead.
Ballynafagh Farm is situated in the scenic Kruis River, which is a mere 30-minute ride from Port Elizabeth. They also have trails that you can hike or ride on a bike. I briefly look at their Facebook page tells me that they”re beginner and family friendly. They have events such as beginner and pony camps (they”re running quite a few during the school holidays). And their prices are not half bad at all. I like how their website states “Safety is our top priority. Fun is a close second” cause I can’t imagine falling off a horse is fun. What I do imagine is fun, would be galloping on a horse with the wind in my hair and fresh countryside air filling my lungs. Sounds idyllic, doesn’t it? Which is why you should totally enter this competition. Or you could win it for your kid/niece/nephew and be proclaimed the best parent/uncle/aunt ever.
So here’s what you can win
4 horseriding lessons for one child or adult at Ballynagh Farm. Be sure to check the competition terms and conditions. Please note that there are time and physical restrictions with regards to the prize. The competition runs until Friday 06 July 2018. You must be in the Nelson Mandela Bay region to use the prize and it is not transferable.
To enter, follow the prompts on the Rafflecopter widget. The steps are not compulsory, so you can do whatever you”re comfortable with. No need to tag 20 friends or donate a kidney. Just “visit” my FB page and/or Ballynafagh Farm’s FB, or follow me on Twitter or Instagram. It’s painless and will take you less than 5 minutes.
The Rafflecopter widget has been removed due to the competition closing and the great server crash of October 2018.
Even if you don’t win, check out Ballynafagh Farm’s Facebook page for more information. Whether you’re looking for horse riding lessons in Port Elizabeth or a serene place to have a hike, they’re ideal.
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