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Blazing Saddles is the longest established horse riding and quad bike tour company in Far North Queensland. Locally owned and operated, it is now located only 10mins from both Cairns and Northern Beaches to suit even the most time conscious visitor...more
154 Yorkeys Knob Rd, Yorkeys Knob, Queensland 4878, Australia
All reviews quad biking sugar cane fields experienced riders advanced riders horse riding experience combo tour tight corners japanese tourists bus driver great fun the staff were great whole family special thanks practice track these guys horses mud
My friend Bryony and I have just returned from our visit to Blazing Saddles and we just wanted to say a massive thank you to the team! Bry (an experienced rider) loved it! She was able to go for a lovely canter. Myself, a beginner,...More
So we decided to come here because my husband and brother in law fancied a blast on the quads, my eldest son also joined them as he was old enough so I took my middle and youngest children horse riding on the same site.
This was something the whole family did. We've never ridden quad bikes but are now hooked. What awesome fun. Thrilling. All very well-organised including pick up from Cairns, the tuition, and equipment etc... There is a track to ride on and also a sugar cane...More
We went to Blazing Saddles as a family of 4 including kids of 12 & 14 and they gave us horses suited to our ability. The terrain wasn't difficult and despite being in among cane fields was still interesting. Staff were helpful . my daughter...More
We did the ATV tour.
The staff were great and since it was my first time driving an ATV, they took me off into a different group with my partner so I wouldn't feel pressured to keep up with the experienced group. I was grateful...More
For $130/$100 a throw (adult/child) I can't say a very sedate ride on an old plodder for 90 minutes was worth the money. The saddles were ill-fitting, the horses seemed depressed and there were not enough staff for a very large group of riders, most...More
We went to Blazing Saddles as a family and they gave us horses suited to our ability. They had two Japanese speaking guides riding with us for the Japanese tourists, which I thought was good. The terrain wasn't difficult and despite being in among cane...More