In the Breeze Ranch
Horseback Riding Service
Today 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
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7514 Gardner Rd Tampa, FL 33625
7514 Gardner RoadUSFloridaTampa33625
Horseback Riding Service, Horse Riding School
Horseback Riding Service
Horse Riding School
Horse Boarding Stable
Horse Trainer
Horse Rental Service
Today 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
Monday 8:00 am – 6:00 pmTuesday 8:00 am – 6:00 pmWednesday 8:00 am – 6:00 pmThursday 8:00 am – 6:00 pmFriday 8:00 am – 6:00 pmSaturday 8:00 am – 6:00 pmSunday 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
We're a 330 Acre Horse Ranch that rents our lovely horses to the public. We do summer camps, lessons & boarding. We ride around a lake and through a spring fed creek. Hope to see you on the trails!
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"In The Breeze Horse Ranch is absolutely amazing."
"But I go on Groupon and I see they are offering a discount to ride horses."
"Share with your riders some interesting facts, history, stories."
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Lynda Fowler
6 months ago
I love the place, not fancy, rather rustic and take you back to a more basic time. WARNING: THIEVES SELLING GIFT CERTIFICATES ON LINE. Don't get caught up in supporting CRIMINALS. Come out and hand feed the horses. It is so much more fun. As of today they, ITB will no longer even hand write you a gift certificate in their office. They will look you in the eyes and tell you," we do not offer Gift Certificates". GIFT CERTIFICATES a thing of the past due to people who do not know how to make a HONEST BUCK.
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Sarah T
6 months ago
Horrible. This place is so run down it is not even funny. Yes I agree it is a barn but everything is going to be perfect, BUT THE ROOF IS FALLING OFF! and it has been for years. I am a horse person, so I know what horses health should and should not look like. The horses get the cheapest feed available, if any. Often times they run out of hay. a few years ago they had a horse suffering in a lot of pain and the owner, Lynda, refused to call a vet. I called myself and the vet TOLD ME HIMSELF that he and all the other vets refuse to go on to In the breeze property. What is that telling you?
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a year ago
Overall great experience. I recommend. Convenient. Great location. Beautiful horses. Fun trails. Friendly staff. I would recommend to the guides, especially on the slow walking beginner trail, it would have been nice to hear learn more during the walk. Share with your riders some interesting facts, history, stories... Just a suggestion! :)
Serena Kingsley
a year ago
I don't know what people here are talking about, this place is great! People need to realize that it IS a horse farm and will smell like such; if you want squeaky clean, the carousel at the mall is perfect for you! Went on the trail with three other people as well as a friend of mine with a lovely guide, Samantha. I rode Breezy and in the beginning she was a little difficult to get going, instead going for a plant every few steps. We got to a little river and she did a dead stop. My guide calmly instructed me on how to get her across and I got her to go through the water. After that, she was fine! I paid for the Giddy-Up And Go ride- and giddy up we did! Samantha instructed us on how to sit every time we went faster to make sure we were comfortable. One of the horses in the back was walking slower and she stopped to make sure he was caught up. This is a ranch, people! Expect dirt and a little poo! Would definitely come again, recommended for ALL ages!
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Sydney Millinor
3 months ago
The horse camp is very fun and awesome! If your child likes horses then they will love this camp
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Corrie Benedict
7 months ago
We had purchased a Groupon for "In the Breeze Ranch" and went on a weekend. If this is your first time riding a trail ride at in the breeze might not be your best option. My husband has never been before and they didn't provide any real instruction, they hopped you on a horse, filed you into a line and off they went. I had a blast trotting through their property, through rivers, up small hills, and whipping around corners. One of the saddles broke on a lady in our group and she fell off in a soft sand patch while all of our horses were galloping which was pretty scary. Their equipment seemed pretty sketchy but all in all it was a thrilling day and no one died!!
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Nurse Gomer
a year ago
2nd visit and still amazing! I love this place. The horses we rode were beautiful, well cared for, easily responsive and very calm. Our guide, Connor, was great and paid close attention to the beginner riders in our group. I only wish we lived closer so my boyfriend's daughter could take part in their kids' camp. Can't wait to go back!
Adrian Kerrigan
a year ago
My sisters and I were heading to Tampa for almost a week, which meant I would be leaving my horse behind. I decided I was NOT going to deprive myself of riding during this time, so I easily convinced my sisters to add horseback riding to the trip agenda. I ride 4 to 5 times a week and my sisters have also ridden before, but are beginners. I was a little nervous about this place after reading some of the reviews. I was more nervous when we first pulled in the driveway and saw the place. I am from Ohio and used to big open, green pastures everywhere. This place is more wooded and no green pastures, which makes me feel like it isn't as clean. But, I was wrong. The office was good enough, nothing super special, but nice. The lady that greeted us didn't really say a whole lot...just told us to sign the waivers and pay up. The Giddy Up and Go Ride (walk, trot, canter) was cheaper than we had expected. Not sure how that happened. Then, she sent us out to the "big red barn, can't miss it". It was not big by any means, but we did find it. And, were greeted by our trail guide (name??? Justice is her horse). She asked us our level of riding experience as she completed tacking up the horses. She brought out Ellie-Mae, Buffy, and Cracker. They all looked clean, happy, and healthy. They adjusted stirrups to make sure we were comfortable. The mounting block/platform was super stable and tall enough for anybody to easily step into the saddle. She gave us instructions on how to get the horses to go and turn and all the good stuff. And, off we went. The trails were very well kept and pretty! We got to cross the creek/river a couple of times. We definitely did our share of trotting and cantering. Poor Ellie-Mae (EM) didn't want to go and Cracker wanted to race. Ellie-Mae frustrated my sister a tad, because she just wasn't cantering, but our trail guide kept instructing her with patience and kept trying until EM finally picked up the canter! Yay! We ended up riding for 1.5 hours and had a blast. It was just us three plus our trail guide. Our guide was SUPER friendly and funny! I felt like I was back at my barn in Ohio riding with my friends. It was so laid back and so much fun! I hope you all get this trail guide, I only wish I could remember her name. She is just great and so were our horses. I definitely recommend this place. If you can, request one of the horses we had. They were all great and not moody. They all seemed to get along just fine. If you want a horse with a little more go, ask for Cracker. ; ) I will definitely go back when I visit my sister in Tampa. SIDE NOTE: If you are a beginner rider (or any level), don't be ashamed to wear a helmet (ask for one in the office). Just do it.
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