Armour School Of Riding

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  • 12310 Campo Rd

    Spring Valley, CA 91978

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  • 619-670-1861

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Bright Valley Farms is a horrible stable. Its very dirty, even for a "Working Ranch" and its also old and falling apart. My daughter took lessons there, and it was a huge mistake.The "instructor" said she was certified, and when we looked at the certificate she was certified BY THE OWNER OF THE RANCH, who must know nothing about horses, because this lady doesn't know the slightest thing about riding. Inexperienced horse people beware, Experienced horse people, go to get a good laugh. It's utterly hilarious how bad the ranch is. I have never been on a trail ride, but I've seen the area and it's not that special as they say it is.The arena doesn't even have real footing, just bark and dirt and woodchips that are dangerous to both horse and rider. If a horse was to fall or rider was to fall, which would probably happen often because of the footing, someone could get seriously injured.
Again please read my website for a full review and more information on choosing a good stable.

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Please read my full length review at
freewebs {dotcom} /hereismystoryaboutbvf
Thanks!

Bright Valley Farms is a horrible stable. Its very dirty, even for a "Working Ranch" and its also old and falling apart. My daughter took lessons there, and it was a huge mistake.The "instructor" said she was certified, and when we looked at the certificate she was certified BY THE OWNER OF THE RANCH, who must know nothing about horses, because this lady doesn't know the slightest thing about riding. Inexperienced horse people beware, Experienced horse people, go to get a good laugh. It's utterly hilarious how bad the ranch is. I have never been on a trail ride, but I've seen the area and it's not that special as they say it is.The arena doesn't even have real footing, just bark and dirt and woodchips that are dangerous to both horse and rider. If a horse was to fall or rider was to fall, which would probably happen often because of the footing, someone could get seriously injured.
Again please read my website for a full review and more information on choosing a good stable.

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