Ride a horse with Bitcoinby Nina Lyon @ 2014-05-16 02:53 PM
Peeper Ranch is the largest equestrian facility in Kansas City area that accepts Bitcoin payments.
Located in Lenexa, USA, this is a great place to spend time with your family, celebrate weddings and other special occasions, or just spend some time with horses.
Peeper Ranch became the first horse stable to announce that they are accepting Bitcoin. And all digital currency transactions are accepted directly into their corporate wallet.
The ranch consists of more than 600 acres for outdoor riding and more than 50,000 square feet of indoor riding arenas (one 240' x 100' and a round pen) that provide plenty of space to ride your horse if the weather is not that good. It is also a rental facility and a place where you can take riding lessons and training.
Moreover, Peeper Ranch is an open vendor facility which means you can bring in your own tables, chairs, catering, bar service, and lighting. It is very convenient for weddings and most couples find this to be much more cost effective and it can add a more personal touch to your event.
Peeper Ranch state’s its mission as “to create an environment for horses and humans that is fun, friendly, safe, and clean…”
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