Wright Park where neophyte riders can trot around an oval track guided by trainers
who lead horses with a hand-held leash.
*neophyte [|ni:əfaɪt] : 初心者, 新参者
*trot [trɑ:t]: 速歩(はやあし)
It is sometimes mistakenly called "Ride Park" by some
who identify this pine tree park reserve for its kiddy horse rides which is located at the eastern part of the city and fronting the main gate of the Mansion,
is one of the many scenic parks in Baguio City.
*scenic [|si:nɪk] : 眺めの美しい
Its main features are a shallow elongated rectangular body of water known as the "Pool of Pines", a 100 meter long pool of water lined on both sides by the famous Baguio towering pine and the park circle which is on one end of the park.
*rectangular [rektǽŋɡjulər] : 直角の
Wright Park Tall pine trees and decorative street lights line both sides of the access road beside the pool.
There are times that you will find at the park some Igorots dressed in their native attire and regalia who are willing to pose for a photograph provided they are going to be paid for it.
Native handicrafts are also sold at the Mansion end of the park by a few Igorot peddlers.
*Igorot [ìɡəróut,ì:ɡ-] :イゴロト族（の一人）：フィリピンLuzon島北部に住む.2 [U]イゴロト語.
From the park circle is a walkway which leads to a wide stairway made of stones that descend to an area where ponies are rented out. Riding a pony is a favorite among children as well as adults. But Always be careful.
*stairway [|sterweɪ] : 階段
The place is usually crowded with people during sunny weekends and on holidays. With an accompanying guide, there are some ponies that may be rented and taken farther out along South Drive, the Mines View Park area or to Outlook Drive.
For those who intend to take out a pony, it is advisable to first agree on the hourly cost to be charged.