Canton Equestrian Center

★★★★☆
  • 151 Randolph St

    Canton, MA 02021

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  • 781-821-5527

About Canton Equestrian Center

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Daily 7am-10pm

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Ignore what Kati s said. I have been riding a CEC for over five years. I knew luna. Luna WAS ridden. I RODE HER she did not require shoes as the vet recommended we do not put them on her. Kait obviously does NOT know what she is talking

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Ignore what Kati s said. I have been riding a CEC for over five years. I knew luna. Luna WAS ridden. I RODE HER she did not require shoes as the vet recommended we do not put them on her. Kait obviously does NOT know what she is talking

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so they hada pony named luna and they stuck her in a stall , never rode her , and when the farier came they just told them to leave her. so when stoney bridge farm adopted her she actualy had nails and was un ridable! a young rider took

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so they hada pony named luna and they stuck her in a stall , never rode her , and when the farier came they just told them to leave her. so when stoney bridge farm adopted her she actualy had nails and was un ridable! a young rider took

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CEC is the best place to ride in the whole entire world! i have been riding there for 6 years now and i have loved every second of it! everyone there is very nice and the environment is great! I was going to a great horse stale and they unfortunately had to close down leaving me with no barn as good as my old stable. When my mother told me that she found a place i was very wary about going. but when i went it was the greatest place i had EVER gone too. it was better than the other one. I am so glad that i had made up my mind to go there! everyone IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A GREAT PLACE TO RIDE COME HERE!

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CEC is the best place to ride in the whole entire world! i have been riding there for 6 years now and i have loved every second of it! everyone there is very nice and the environment is great! I was going to a great horse stale and they unfortunately had to close down leaving me with no barn as good as my old stable. When my mother told me that she found a place i was very wary about going. but when i went it was the greatest place i had EVER gone too. it was better than the other one. I am so glad that i had made up my mind to go there! everyone IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR A GREAT PLACE TO RIDE COME HERE!

Pros: ALLLLLLLLLLLLLLL

Cons: NONNNNEEEEE

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Hi. I know nothing about this place. Could someone tell me about it? And do they have a website? Does anyone know if they have boarding and how much it costs? Thank you so much!!!

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Hi. I know nothing about this place. Could someone tell me about it? And do they have a website? Does anyone know if they have boarding and how much it costs? Thank you so much!!!

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CEC is a great boarding and lesson facility. There are two outdoors, an indoor, two barns and a heated tack room, viewing room and bathroom facilities. The owners are awesome and Owen is a farrier, so no need to travel for shoes! Great lesson program and friendly atmosphere. There is a quarter mile track around the property and excellent trails in the Blue Hills *directly* across the street. Very busy place, so best stop by if you want to talk to someone!

Most of the naysayers in the reviews here are not knowledgeable about horses and think they are large fuzzy bunnies. A thousand pounds of horse coming at you on his back legs may deserve a roundhouse or two, and Winona did not die of leg injuries (who came up with that ridiculousness?). Experienced horse people and common sense beginners will love it at Canton Equestrian.

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CEC is a great boarding and lesson facility. There are two outdoors, an indoor, two barns and a heated tack room, viewing room and bathroom facilities. The owners are awesome and Owen is a farrier, so no need to travel for shoes! Great lesson program and friendly atmosphere. There is a quarter mile track around the property and excellent trails in the Blue Hills *directly* across the street. Very busy place, so best stop by if you want to talk to someone!

Most of the naysayers in the reviews here are not knowledgeable about horses and think they are large fuzzy bunnies. A thousand pounds of horse coming at you on his back legs may deserve a roundhouse or two, and Winona did not die of leg injuries (who came up with that ridiculousness?). Experienced horse people and common sense beginners will love it at Canton Equestrian.

Pros: excellent location, reasonable fees, trails directly across the street, knowledgable on premise owners, good instructors and care

Cons: hard to reach by phone

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The Owners are nice But there riders and trainers think they know it all and in reality they dont have a clue what there talking about. 2 That place is so far run down it is not worth that kind of money. further more I think there riders are very inconsiderate to other riders out in the trails. The paddocks need to be all done over and they need to fix that place up cause it is filthy and run down .........

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The Owners are nice But there riders and trainers think they know it all and in reality they dont have a clue what there talking about. 2 That place is so far run down it is not worth that kind of money. further more I think there riders are very inconsiderate to other riders out in the trails. The paddocks need to be all done over and they need to fix that place up cause it is filthy and run down .........

Pros: Nice Owners

Cons: Run down Dirty and Over charged

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I've been riding at Canton Equestrian Center for almost 6 years. There is nothing wrong with the owners, there is nothing wrong with the barn. SOME people just do not know what they are talking about. The horse mentioned below, Winona, was moved because her owner built a banr in her backyard to keep her horse closer to her. There is nothing wrong with her. She's fine, alive and kickin thank you very much. They do have issues returning phone calls, for that I'm sorry. You're more likely to get a hold of someone if you come down and actually talk to someone.

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I've been riding at Canton Equestrian Center for almost 6 years. There is nothing wrong with the owners, there is nothing wrong with the barn. SOME people just do not know what they are talking about. The horse mentioned below, Winona, was moved because her owner built a banr in her backyard to keep her horse closer to her. There is nothing wrong with her. She's fine, alive and kickin thank you very much. They do have issues returning phone calls, for that I'm sorry. You're more likely to get a hold of someone if you come down and actually talk to someone.

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I started taking lessons here and the trainer was great-Jennifer Kola. The problem is the barn. The owners are awful and I've personally witnessed the owner Mary decked a horse "Dial" who is no longer there in the face. My husband and I were horrified. There are far too many horses to be equally turned out and as a result, many of them stay in their stalls all day, all night for days. It's awful. They have a huge grass pasture and NEVER use it, it's ridiculous. Totally half a** operation and not worth the money. If you care about your equine partner, which you should if you own one, you should board somewhere else. It's just beyond disturbing to me what they deem "acceptable" for horses. They may be animals but they deserve to see the sun and people. Leave a horse in a stall for days on end and you'll end up with a horse who develops lots of vices. They had one horse there "Winona" a beautiful Mare who NEVER got ridden, and was basically turned out 30 minutes every other day. She died from leg problems, GEE, YOU'RE KIDDING??? That's my point, the owners treat the horses like a burden and a business whereas most people own horses for a passion and a love.

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I started taking lessons here and the trainer was great-Jennifer Kola. The problem is the barn. The owners are awful and I've personally witnessed the owner Mary decked a horse "Dial" who is no longer there in the face. My husband and I were horrified. There are far too many horses to be equally turned out and as a result, many of them stay in their stalls all day, all night for days. It's awful. They have a huge grass pasture and NEVER use it, it's ridiculous. Totally half a** operation and not worth the money. If you care about your equine partner, which you should if you own one, you should board somewhere else. It's just beyond disturbing to me what they deem "acceptable" for horses. They may be animals but they deserve to see the sun and people. Leave a horse in a stall for days on end and you'll end up with a horse who develops lots of vices. They had one horse there "Winona" a beautiful Mare who NEVER got ridden, and was basically turned out 30 minutes every other day. She died from leg problems, GEE, YOU'RE KIDDING??? That's my point, the owners treat the horses like a burden and a business whereas most people own horses for a passion and a love.

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Ok, I ride at Canton Equestrian Center and have been for 5 years now. They are great and are getting new trainers for lessons now I ride with Jennifer Kola. They also have about 7 or 8 lesson horses now. They are building new rings in the very back. There is going to be a x-country, stadium, and a track. The reason they might not be answering is probably because the phone is in teh office and no one is ever in there and if so they don't have a reason to pick up if they aren't the owners or stable hands. The prices went up as of January 1st, the money was needed for the new rings.

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★★★★★

Ok, I ride at Canton Equestrian Center and have been for 5 years now. They are great and are getting new trainers for lessons now I ride with Jennifer Kola. They also have about 7 or 8 lesson horses now. They are building new rings in the very back. There is going to be a x-country, stadium, and a track. The reason they might not be answering is probably because the phone is in teh office and no one is ever in there and if so they don't have a reason to pick up if they aren't the owners or stable hands. The prices went up as of January 1st, the money was needed for the new rings.

Pros: Friendly People, Great lessons, wonderful grounds and stables

Cons: Parking

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After reading the good reviews of the Canton Equestrian Center and trying to reach them for months leaving multiple messages on a nebulous and generic recording, I am truly now wondering 1) if the Canton Equestrian Center is still in operation, 2) is the telephone number in this listing correct and 3) if
numbers 1 and 2 are true,are they really as good as the review suggests, as returning calls for business is an obvious no-brainer.

If anyone has any adjusted information on this business, I would gladly welcome recieving it. Thank you.

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After reading the good reviews of the Canton Equestrian Center and trying to reach them for months leaving multiple messages on a nebulous and generic recording, I am truly now wondering 1) if the Canton Equestrian Center is still in operation, 2) is the telephone number in this listing correct and 3) if
numbers 1 and 2 are true,are they really as good as the review suggests, as returning calls for business is an obvious no-brainer.

If anyone has any adjusted information on this business, I would gladly welcome recieving it. Thank you.

Pros: I would like to find out

Cons: Lack of responsiveness

 

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