These humble stalls are the stables. We have six horses (sixhorsepower – in case you missed it) and they are primarily our pets which we allow riders to take out for a fee.
The system we use is based on the ‘You call it in, We prepare for the ride‘. The main event itself unvaryingly occurs on mornings, at 7 AM. Meaning you need to be at the Stables at 7 AM. It’s easy – we usually come to get you, and if you’re good, we take you back.
We have been doing this for nine years now, maybe a few more if I think twice, and we know we have it covered. We can take care of you if you never ride, ride all the time, or even if you have lied to your girlfriend that you ride all the time.
To make that booking you need to call 868 682 2408 or 639 4008. We take email bookings too, so you can send a message to me (bertrand[at]bhikarry.net) for details and comfirmation.
We have a flat fee – $55US per rider per event. Presently we convert the numbers at $1.00US = $6.00TT. We will pick you up at no extra charge if you are staying anywhere between Mt St. George in the East, to Crown Point in the South. There is no extra charge for longer rides, (tips?) So if you came with only $330TT we are happy as anything.
The horses are happy with treats – ($US is fine, they’d like that) but so are bits from your breakfast table like papaya slices, apples etc. We have concerns about WEIGHT. If you are under 80 Kgs, or 185lbs, no worries. KIDS: Love kids if they’ve been near a horse before. If they have not, bring them to the stable and familiarize them, but do call us. (639 4008) Let’s check to see if that number matches the real one.
If you want to see much more pictures go to our our online album here.
We are located at Orange Hill Road. That’s very close to most points in Tobago South. If you know where the biggest and shiniest NP petrol station is – with a Subway sandwich bar, then you can find us 3 kilometers looking up that road over the highway – here is a google map on our location.
Looking Out Stables is primarily a haven for animals who needed one. The peafowl we have walking around, the turkeys and the chickens all were unwanted. AND even if it’s a farm we do not eat them. We are vegetarians here.
The farm is run by Kay and me (Bertrand). You’d love us, charming types as farmers tend to be. We keep a private plot at the back for those who find MY jokes objectionable so do work on your grins. Here’s a look at a rider out on the trail.
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