Donna Yates, Move 2 North Horseback Riding in beautiful Cashes Valley, Blue Ridge - North Georgia Mountains

Horseback Riding in beautiful Cashes Valley, Blue Ridge - North Georgia Mountains "Hold your horses"!  Don't miss Callihan's Adventure Trail Rides of Cashes Valley:    adventure trail rides 

Offering 1 hour, 1 1/2 hour and 2 hour rides to accommodate riders from level 1 to the more advanced rider.

1 Hour --- This trail ride is great for adults and children and is classified as level 1.  But it will provide a few obstacles that will excite riders of all ages.  Trails offer beautiful scenic views and is an leisurely ride.

1 1/2 Hour --- This trail ride is great for mixed groups.  It will not bore the advanced rider but is still safe for the adventurous beginner.  Trails offer a combination of beautiful scenic views, wildlife and a more advanced terrain.

2 Hours --- This trail ride involves the more advanced rider to navigate steep terrain and put your horse through several paces.  Riders will navigate through mountains, fields, and creeks.  Trails offer beautiful scenic views of Cashes Valley wilderness.

Prices range from $25.00 to $45.00   Call 706-258-BARN to schedule your ride

Tips for your adventurous trail ride:

  • Arrive 30 minutes early
  • Dress appropriately for the weather conditions
  • Wear shoes that are not too wide for stirrups, 4" or less
  • Wear inexpensive sunglasses (if at all)
  • Don't drink to much before the ride
  • When approaching a low lying tree branch, lean forward - A horse will not run its own head into a tree so protect yours!

The horses would like for you to know:

  • If you want to pet us, pet firmly.  
  • Don't kick or pull back on the reigns at the same time
  • Don't shake the reigns to make us go because we will get mad
  • Bring the reigns forward, loosen up on our mouth, give us a little kick and make a kissing sound to make us move (a little kick, please)
  • Keep your weight in the stirrups
  • Keep space between other my other four legged buddies 


About the Author
Donna Yates utilizes her corporate experience of 30 years combined with her Real Estate experience in order to help customers/clients with investment opportunities, second homes, vacation homes, meeting any real estate need. Donna contributes to several Web Blogs which focuses on the Blue Ridge Mountains, North Georgia Real Estate Market, as well as other topics important to North Georgia. View great mountain properties for sale.


Donna Yates
Associate Broker, GRI
706-633-0644 Mobile
Serving North Georgia Mountains and Metro
Metro Brokers - Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate
706-515-7500 Office







Comment balloon 3 commentsDonna Yates • July 23 2007 05:53PM



You're doing great. If I ever decide to post in localism I want to grow up to be just like you :)


Posted by "The Lovely Wife" (Broker Bryantnulls Wife) The One And Only TLW. (President-Tutas Towne Realty, Inc.) almost 12 years ago

Hi Donna,

I was reading what the horses would like us to know and really wish someone had told me that years ago on my one attempt to ride. I was very young and had no idea but asked for a gentle horse. They gave me "prince" who was old and laid back:) As we sauntered along the horsepath (is that correct?), prince decided to start up on a gallup taking me under low branches and heading torwards a cliff!  I figured out fast how to pull the reigns up and stopped right at the edge of the cliff while everyone in the group started clapping at my wild ride and expertise. I was totally freaked out and never rode a horse again. Guess I don't have the same repoir with horses that I do with other animals:(

Posted by Karen Hurst, Rhode Island Waterfront! (RICOASTALLIVING.COM) over 11 years ago

TLW -  you really are too kind.  Thankyou.

Karen - I guess there was some fire left in that old horse after all.  Maybe he just felt frisky because he had a light rider for a change!  I had a horse do that to me and by the time he stopped, I was literally hanging off the side of the horse!  A cowboy type came by without breaking his stride and pushed me right back up into the saddle.  A horse is a horse of course, of course!  Thanks for the story, my heart was beating faster and faster.

Posted by Donna Yates, Blue Ridge Mountains (BHGRE - Metro Brokers) over 11 years ago

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