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The Happy Ranch Horse Farm

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Group #4 | Svay Dang Koum, Siem Reap 855, Cambodia
+855 12 920 002
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1 hour countryside trek

On arrival they asked me to complete a form asking information on experience etc. However, they... read more

Reviewed yesterday
E_Scot1
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Truly Memorable Sunset Experience

I am SO happy we were able to do this, it's truly one of the most memorable experiences I've done... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Bree A
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The Happy Ranch Horse Farm is an international standard horse riding stables that offers countryside trail rides, 1-3 hours through villages, rice fields and to Buddhist temples on gorgeous Cambodian horses and ponies. An eco-friendly way to get an inside look at true Cambodian life, peacefully exploring remote areas on our healthy well trained horses. We have suitable horses for all ages and all experience levels, from first time riders to advanced. A quiet way to explore areas only accessible by horseback. Open from sunrise to sunset. We also offer horse cart rides through the local villages in Siem Reap, Angkor. Please book directly with us to avoid disappointment.
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Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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Group #4 | Svay Dang Koum, Siem Reap 855, Cambodia
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+855 12 920 002
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

On arrival they asked me to complete a form asking information on experience etc. However, they didn't even look at the completed form. I have ridden before, a number of years ago, so had an idea of what I was doing but they provided little...More

Thank E_Scot1
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I am SO happy we were able to do this, it's truly one of the most memorable experiences I've done. My partner and I did extensive research on past reviews to make sure this ranch used best practice and the horses were well cared for...More

Thank Bree A
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is an amazing facility. The horses are housed and trained well and so well taken care of. They offer a good variety of trail rides. We did a four hour trail ride which went through the country side, the rice fields, past a small...More

1  Thank sarahleyman11
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Actually, I did not expect so much. My thirteen-year-old daughter loves animals and she was tired of visiting heritage so we applied through hotel, it was nice decision! We were totally beginners but enjoyed so much owning to experienced horses and professional guide, Mr. Kim...More

Thank teteatete2015
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We decided on a 1 hour tour through a local village. We were all had a variety of horse riding experience and the guides assisted us by providing us with suitable horses. We would have loved some more cantering. The horse were all hosed down...More

Thank Michelle M
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Our guide Kong was lovely and took care of the three of us two who could ride and me -I'm more at home on a donkey. However, he made us all feel very safe. They do provide 'bum bags' so you can carry your camera...More

Thank TillyDa
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

I'm an experienced rider (over 25 years of riding) who has ridden in many countries. I had a really great day riding in Cambodia, and highly recommend the Happy Ranch Horse Farm! When considering a riding trip abroad I always think of the horse's care...More

Thank Cynthia J
Reviewed 12 August 2017 via mobile

First we were told By the locals only kids from 6 yrs old are allowed but after arriving at the site my youngest daughter also got to ride a horse with a stuff and myself accompaning her. The kids had lot's of fun.

Thank Simbano
Reviewed 11 August 2017 via mobile

My husband, who is an experienced rider, loved it because he got to gallop and go-ahead on his own. As a beginner myself with only 10 hours experience, I was disappointed that 2 of the 3 horses were spooked - and become uncontrollable- at the...More

Thank Elise T
Sary P, General Manager at The Happy Ranch Horse Farm, responded to this reviewResponded 14 August 2017

Dear Elise, I apologize for your discomfort – that is something that never should have happened. We have procedures in place to match each rider with an appropriate horse, as well as reviewing safety instructions for each rider, etc. Our records show that these were...More

Reviewed 2 August 2017

Based on the advice of the folks at the Happy Ranch Horse Farm, I booked a tour in the morning (8:00 AM). I think this was the right choice, as it wasn't rainy or too hot (in the afternoon it can get very hot or...More

Thank phillipahancock
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Yvette P
22 August 2017|
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Response from KellyLQL | Reviewed this property |
Hi Yvette You can email the ranch direct at their website. They respond promptly to queries. Just pray for good weather as there's no shelter along the way. Have fun!
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RamanShweta
21 June 2017|
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Response from Katie S | Reviewed this property |
Yes I think a one hour ride would be good for a beginner. I'm sure the instructional period doesn't take long. You just need to learn to steer, and stop. 15 minutes?
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