Horse Country Farm

★★★★☆
  • 8507 State Hwy 92

    Granite Falls, WA 98252

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Wow, some of the feedback below is a bit harsh. My daughter, who is 8 now, has done three camps at HCF, she loves it. If the ladies are a little crumpy, she doesn't seem to mind. As for the bridge, it is part of the adventure and charm!

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Wow, some of the feedback below is a bit harsh. My daughter, who is 8 now, has done three camps at HCF, she loves it. If the ladies are a little crumpy, she doesn't seem to mind. As for the bridge, it is part of the adventure and charm!

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Last year, August 2010, my 6 year old went to 'cowboy camp' for 10 days. At the end of his time there he , all 60 pounds of him, was able to confidently and skillfully manuvere a 500 pound horse! We were very impressed! (OK - I'm not

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Last year, August 2010, my 6 year old went to 'cowboy camp' for 10 days. At the end of his time there he , all 60 pounds of him, was able to confidently and skillfully manuvere a 500 pound horse! We were very impressed! (OK - I'm not

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I checked out the reviews for this place and decided that even though they weren't so great I'd go anyways. When my husband and I got there they were really nice and were cotinually nice to the paying customers BUT they were very

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I checked out the reviews for this place and decided that even though they weren't so great I'd go anyways. When my husband and I got there they were really nice and were cotinually nice to the paying customers BUT they were very

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First of all like another review said, the bridge is not safe at all!!!! When you do arive its muddy. I understand its a horse stable and I'm not a girly girl but this was rediculous there was no piece of solid ground anywhere! Then the

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First of all like another review said, the bridge is not safe at all!!!! When you do arive its muddy. I understand its a horse stable and I'm not a girly girl but this was rediculous there was no piece of solid ground anywhere! Then the

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I have been leasing here for over 4 years. Why? I love this place. I love my teachers, I love my friends, and most of all, I love the horses! The teachers here are excellent and they will teach you, not just how to ride, but how to take

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★★★★★

I have been leasing here for over 4 years. Why? I love this place. I love my teachers, I love my friends, and most of all, I love the horses! The teachers here are excellent and they will teach you, not just how to ride, but how to take

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I have worked for Horse Country for a little over 6 months now. I have to admit I was intimidated for a second by the bridge but it really is nothing to be worried about that bridge is safe. The people that look at it and say it isnt are the same people that would have complained at the other bridge which when the water came to flooding stage the water would come rushing at the base of the bridge and had no room for debree floating down river to pass. I started off working just sundays. I was taught the proper and safe way to do things with the horses before being able to do things on my own.(groom, tack, walk, ride, clean stalls, feed, everything.)The interactions and the things you get to do at Horse Country everytime your there is everything you would need to do if you owned the horse. I loved Horse country so much that I started working some Saturdays as well I now work all Sundays and 2 Saturdays a month. The owners of this farm are great they will teach you many things and if you ask questions you can expect to get the honest true answer. I have learned soooo much working at Horse Country it seems that every time I'm there something else pops in my mind to ask Shannon and Colleen and they are more then willing to share the answers and go indept with the answer not just the answer of because which I have gotten at other places. Shannon and Colleen care about their animals and their customers They do everything for your saftey and the horses saftey. We have many different horses and they all get fed according to their needs different horses go to fields for the night time and others go up on the mountain for the night however when it's really rainy, snowy, icy, etc., they're in the barns. Of course, during the summer it's a different story. When the horses are out at night they get to play with the other horses as a herd which they need because they are social animals and have a herd mentality. At Horse Country the Leasers, Volunteers, Students, and Owners are all like one big Horse Country "Family" If you really want to learn the way to ride and have the passion for horses the way that the horse country "Family" does then come and visit horse coutnry is the place for you. However if you want everything handed to you and expect the horse to do the work for you then Horse Country is NOT for you for the simple fact that at horse country The Horse MUST enjoy the ride as much as the rider.

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I have worked for Horse Country for a little over 6 months now. I have to admit I was intimidated for a second by the bridge but it really is nothing to be worried about that bridge is safe. The people that look at it and say it isnt are the same people that would have complained at the other bridge which when the water came to flooding stage the water would come rushing at the base of the bridge and had no room for debree floating down river to pass. I started off working just sundays. I was taught the proper and safe way to do things with the horses before being able to do things on my own.(groom, tack, walk, ride, clean stalls, feed, everything.)The interactions and the things you get to do at Horse Country everytime your there is everything you would need to do if you owned the horse. I loved Horse country so much that I started working some Saturdays as well I now work all Sundays and 2 Saturdays a month. The owners of this farm are great they will teach you many things and if you ask questions you can expect to get the honest true answer. I have learned soooo much working at Horse Country it seems that every time I'm there something else pops in my mind to ask Shannon and Colleen and they are more then willing to share the answers and go indept with the answer not just the answer of because which I have gotten at other places. Shannon and Colleen care about their animals and their customers They do everything for your saftey and the horses saftey. We have many different horses and they all get fed according to their needs different horses go to fields for the night time and others go up on the mountain for the night however when it's really rainy, snowy, icy, etc., they're in the barns. Of course, during the summer it's a different story. When the horses are out at night they get to play with the other horses as a herd which they need because they are social animals and have a herd mentality. At Horse Country the Leasers, Volunteers, Students, and Owners are all like one big Horse Country "Family" If you really want to learn the way to ride and have the passion for horses the way that the horse country "Family" does then come and visit horse coutnry is the place for you. However if you want everything handed to you and expect the horse to do the work for you then Horse Country is NOT for you for the simple fact that at horse country The Horse MUST enjoy the ride as much as the rider.

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I have worked for Horse Country for a little over 6 months now. I have to admit I was intimidated for a second by the bridge but it really is nothing to be worried about that bridge is safe. The people that look at it and say it isnt are

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I have worked for Horse Country for a little over 6 months now. I have to admit I was intimidated for a second by the bridge but it really is nothing to be worried about that bridge is safe. The people that look at it and say it isnt are

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After reading all these reviews that sound like sour grapes & having been a volunteer, leaser, student/learning trainer for SIX years, I must write my own review of HCF. Why do I keep coming back, keep reading!
If you??re looking for a sterile ??fancy pants?? place to ride-where you step on a horse, ride & leave without actually learning-keep walking-this is not your place. If you're looking to LEARN what a real working farm is about, what horse husbandry is, how horses learn, how to actually RIDE-instead of just sit on-a horse, how to feed, groom & tack horses & a little dirt & minor work doesn??t scare you-this IS your place!
Naturally, if you??re just looking for a trail ride, or riding lesson to ??get interested? in horses, they definitely offer that (with a groomed,tacked horse, ready to go), but there is just SO MUCH MORE available that you don??t get at other locations, IF you want to take advantage of it. If that??s not your thing, you can still have a great time on a trail ride or lesson, BUT you won??t be able to go above your proficiency level. Understand that is for your safety & the horses, you??ll still have FUN!
Are the horses ??too tired?? to respond? Not in the least. If you really know how to ride, they respond quite nicely, but if you??re challenged, they will baby sit you instead, and not move too quickly, the horses DO know the difference.

Everything at the farm is predicated on safety first. The bridge from the parking lot to the farm is a SAFE adventure. If you??re scared of that first step, you probably shouldn??t be riding, either. Horses don??t come with padding & safety net attached.

The horses are definitely well cared for, but get real, we live in the PacNW here-it rains! Horses who are able to go to pasture overnight or their outdoor turnouts (instead of confined to a stall all day, every day) roll in the mud! They play! They get dirty, but they??re having fun! All the horses ridden/worked are groomed prior to tacking. Many of the other horses are groomed as part of a working lease. Do they ALL get groomed every day? honestly no, but eventually they do.

The owners, a Mother & Daughter team, are two of the most genuine, caring people I know, if you take the time to find out. You can learn a whole lot from them, if you want to. Colleen (the Mom) is a Mom/Horsewoman who has vast knowledge of horses & a farm because she lives it, every day. Her teaching style is very caring (the Mom part) & she explains the 'why' that goes along with her instruction. Shannon (the daughter) is a published Writer/School Teacher who??s style is ??fork your own broncs?? (that??s an old west term for ??take care of your own stuff?!). She teaches you to do it for yourself, rather than coddling you, to become independent. Her knowledge of horses, horse husbandry & training is extensive, she grew up with them. She??s studied the philosophy of Parelli/Roberts and that knowledge comes across when you ride with her.
The horses being mistreated, beaten or things thrown at actual PEOPLE by the owners??! Nonsense, completely fabricated lies. Do the horses get disciplined? Absolutely, if needed. Dominance is a part of horse training-read up! If you ??baby?? a horse, or worse, ignore indiscretions (can you imagine doing that with your kids?), you??ll get no where fast & have a horrible horse on your hands quite quickly. This might be loud, it might startle you, but IS it appropriate? Absolutely. It is only done when necessary, NEVER as a beating. Love, Language & Leadership-all in equal doses.

Within time, you may outgrow HCF in skill and ability. They expect this. They will give you, or your children, an excellent foundation. Everything you need to know about riding & what??s really involved in horse ownership. If you choose to explore specific riding disciplines, or to advance to formal shows, this is a great first step in your education. For many of us, it??s our ??home? & we??re happy where we are, quite happy!

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★★★★☆

After reading all these reviews that sound like sour grapes & having been a volunteer, leaser, student/learning trainer for SIX years, I must write my own review of HCF. Why do I keep coming back, keep reading!
If you??re looking for a sterile ??fancy pants?? place to ride-where you step on a horse, ride & leave without actually learning-keep walking-this is not your place. If you're looking to LEARN what a real working farm is about, what horse husbandry is, how horses learn, how to actually RIDE-instead of just sit on-a horse, how to feed, groom & tack horses & a little dirt & minor work doesn??t scare you-this IS your place!
Naturally, if you??re just looking for a trail ride, or riding lesson to ??get interested? in horses, they definitely offer that (with a groomed,tacked horse, ready to go), but there is just SO MUCH MORE available that you don??t get at other locations, IF you want to take advantage of it. If that??s not your thing, you can still have a great time on a trail ride or lesson, BUT you won??t be able to go above your proficiency level. Understand that is for your safety & the horses, you??ll still have FUN!
Are the horses ??too tired?? to respond? Not in the least. If you really know how to ride, they respond quite nicely, but if you??re challenged, they will baby sit you instead, and not move too quickly, the horses DO know the difference.

Everything at the farm is predicated on safety first. The bridge from the parking lot to the farm is a SAFE adventure. If you??re scared of that first step, you probably shouldn??t be riding, either. Horses don??t come with padding & safety net attached.

The horses are definitely well cared for, but get real, we live in the PacNW here-it rains! Horses who are able to go to pasture overnight or their outdoor turnouts (instead of confined to a stall all day, every day) roll in the mud! They play! They get dirty, but they??re having fun! All the horses ridden/worked are groomed prior to tacking. Many of the other horses are groomed as part of a working lease. Do they ALL get groomed every day? honestly no, but eventually they do.

The owners, a Mother & Daughter team, are two of the most genuine, caring people I know, if you take the time to find out. You can learn a whole lot from them, if you want to. Colleen (the Mom) is a Mom/Horsewoman who has vast knowledge of horses & a farm because she lives it, every day. Her teaching style is very caring (the Mom part) & she explains the 'why' that goes along with her instruction. Shannon (the daughter) is a published Writer/School Teacher who??s style is ??fork your own broncs?? (that??s an old west term for ??take care of your own stuff?!). She teaches you to do it for yourself, rather than coddling you, to become independent. Her knowledge of horses, horse husbandry & training is extensive, she grew up with them. She??s studied the philosophy of Parelli/Roberts and that knowledge comes across when you ride with her.
The horses being mistreated, beaten or things thrown at actual PEOPLE by the owners??! Nonsense, completely fabricated lies. Do the horses get disciplined? Absolutely, if needed. Dominance is a part of horse training-read up! If you ??baby?? a horse, or worse, ignore indiscretions (can you imagine doing that with your kids?), you??ll get no where fast & have a horrible horse on your hands quite quickly. This might be loud, it might startle you, but IS it appropriate? Absolutely. It is only done when necessary, NEVER as a beating. Love, Language & Leadership-all in equal doses.

Within time, you may outgrow HCF in skill and ability. They expect this. They will give you, or your children, an excellent foundation. Everything you need to know about riding & what??s really involved in horse ownership. If you choose to explore specific riding disciplines, or to advance to formal shows, this is a great first step in your education. For many of us, it??s our ??home? & we??re happy where we are, quite happy!

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I've been a volunteer/leaser/student for SIX years. Why do I keep coming back? keep reading! If you're looking for a sterile fancy pants place to ride without learning, keep walking, this is not your place. If you're looking to LEARN what

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I've been a volunteer/leaser/student for SIX years. Why do I keep coming back? keep reading! If you're looking for a sterile fancy pants place to ride without learning, keep walking, this is not your place. If you're looking to LEARN what

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Well its obvious these people haven't moved up in the world. Because I worked for them for a short while. It was a flat out garbage pit then. This was30yrs ago. I would of thought they would have the money by now to build a barn and house and etc. They were abusive bosses then. The horses where in terrible condition then. They illegaly tried to build a bridge to drive across several yrs ago. They replaced the old swinging bridge from when i was a teenager i'm 48 now. We use to ride the trails over their yrs before she was there and then she ran us out. She'd scream and yell about being near the river its "her river" yeah right. They piece together the farm when i was their it was the mother and her daughters i'm sure the daughters are running most of it. They obviously take after their mother. The horses were under fed, ribs showing mangly hair and rotten equip. The place was in terrible condition when they bought it, i guess things never changed.

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Well its obvious these people haven't moved up in the world. Because I worked for them for a short while. It was a flat out garbage pit then. This was30yrs ago. I would of thought they would have the money by now to build a barn and house and etc. They were abusive bosses then. The horses where in terrible condition then. They illegaly tried to build a bridge to drive across several yrs ago. They replaced the old swinging bridge from when i was a teenager i'm 48 now. We use to ride the trails over their yrs before she was there and then she ran us out. She'd scream and yell about being near the river its "her river" yeah right. They piece together the farm when i was their it was the mother and her daughters i'm sure the daughters are running most of it. They obviously take after their mother. The horses were under fed, ribs showing mangly hair and rotten equip. The place was in terrible condition when they bought it, i guess things never changed.

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This place is a travesty. It's absolutely unsafe, and the animals are neglected and mistreated. Its a wonder to me that they are still allowed to do business. Apparently animal control is aware of this place, but I was told "they aren't actually breaking the law", which is shocking to me to be honest. They are manipulative people who will say whatever they think you want to hear to get you to sign an agreement with them, and go back on it and treat you badly as soon as they have your money. Do not support this place, there are many other places you can go to ride where they respect their horses and treat them humanely.

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This place is a travesty. It's absolutely unsafe, and the animals are neglected and mistreated. Its a wonder to me that they are still allowed to do business. Apparently animal control is aware of this place, but I was told "they aren't actually breaking the law", which is shocking to me to be honest. They are manipulative people who will say whatever they think you want to hear to get you to sign an agreement with them, and go back on it and treat you badly as soon as they have your money. Do not support this place, there are many other places you can go to ride where they respect their horses and treat them humanely.

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I have been leasing here for over 4 years. Why? I love this place. I love my teachers, I love my friends, and most of all, I love the horses! The teachers here are excellent and they will teach you, not just how to ride, but how to take care of a horse, groom/saddle your horse, clean stalls, and many other things like what things are poisonous to horses and what can make your relationship better with them. They teach you how to be strong and fend for yourself, and in the long run it does make you a stronger person. I love the teachers here. The horses are all so sweet. All they are looking for is love in return! Which is what they get, every day. I know the owners love their horses, as well as me and the other leasors. Horse Country Farm is amazing(:

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I have been leasing here for over 4 years. Why? I love this place. I love my teachers, I love my friends, and most of all, I love the horses! The teachers here are excellent and they will teach you, not just how to ride, but how to take care of a horse, groom/saddle your horse, clean stalls, and many other things like what things are poisonous to horses and what can make your relationship better with them. They teach you how to be strong and fend for yourself, and in the long run it does make you a stronger person. I love the teachers here. The horses are all so sweet. All they are looking for is love in return! Which is what they get, every day. I know the owners love their horses, as well as me and the other leasors. Horse Country Farm is amazing(:

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I took lessons at Horse Country Farm and worked for the owner along with some other kids. It was a horrible experience.
Firstly, it is unsafe. The "bridge" you have to cross to get to the farm is extremely dangerous, and one slip can cause you to fall headfirst into the river below. Also, it is impossible to walk past the horses' stalls. All of them stick out their heads and bite whoever walks by.
Second, the place is, literally, falling apart. Some of the horses' stalls are so muddy and broken up, and the ceilings are so low, that the poor creatures can neither stand straight nor have any room to lay down.
The owner may seem nice at first, but once you sign a contract to come there and work and take lessons, she's an entirely different person. The owner is very mean to the kids and horses. She yells, swears, and sometimes throws things (i.e. rakes, pitchforks, buckets) at the children. The horses are also abused. If they don't listen, she screams at them, kicks them, or whips their bodies, and faces. (I was a witness to this). During the winter, the horses' water buckets are frozen solid. Nobody changes the water. They wait until somewhere to mid-day for it to melt. I'm no expert, but I think even I know that horses shouldn't drink ice cold water.
The tack and equipment are not cared for. They are filthy and some lay around on the floor.

I cannot say that I didn't learn anything there, but I believe I could have learned MUCH more during that period of time in a different place.
I do not recommend this place to anyone who cares about horses our their children's well-being. Personally, it is extremely stressful seeing such wonderful creatures in such drastic conditions. These horses deserve a better place to live, with a nice caring home and an owner that loves them.

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I took lessons at Horse Country Farm and worked for the owner along with some other kids. It was a horrible experience.
Firstly, it is unsafe. The "bridge" you have to cross to get to the farm is extremely dangerous, and one slip can cause you to fall headfirst into the river below. Also, it is impossible to walk past the horses' stalls. All of them stick out their heads and bite whoever walks by.
Second, the place is, literally, falling apart. Some of the horses' stalls are so muddy and broken up, and the ceilings are so low, that the poor creatures can neither stand straight nor have any room to lay down.
The owner may seem nice at first, but once you sign a contract to come there and work and take lessons, she's an entirely different person. The owner is very mean to the kids and horses. She yells, swears, and sometimes throws things (i.e. rakes, pitchforks, buckets) at the children. The horses are also abused. If they don't listen, she screams at them, kicks them, or whips their bodies, and faces. (I was a witness to this). During the winter, the horses' water buckets are frozen solid. Nobody changes the water. They wait until somewhere to mid-day for it to melt. I'm no expert, but I think even I know that horses shouldn't drink ice cold water.
The tack and equipment are not cared for. They are filthy and some lay around on the floor.

I cannot say that I didn't learn anything there, but I believe I could have learned MUCH more during that period of time in a different place.
I do not recommend this place to anyone who cares about horses our their children's well-being. Personally, it is extremely stressful seeing such wonderful creatures in such drastic conditions. These horses deserve a better place to live, with a nice caring home and an owner that loves them.

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I took lessons at Horse Country Farm and worked for the owner along with some other kids. It was a horrible experience.
Firstly, it is unsafe. The "bridge" you have to cross to get to the farm is extremely dangerous, and one slip can cause you to fall headfirst into the river below. Also, it is impossible to walk past the horses' stalls. All of them stick out their heads and bite whoever walks by.
Second, the place is, literally, falling apart. Some of the horses' stalls are so muddy and broken up, and the ceilings are so low, that the poor creatures can neither stand straight nor have any room to lay down.
The owner may seem nice at first, but once you sign a contract to come there and work and take lessons, she's an entirely different person. The owner is very mean to the kids and horses. She yells, swears, and sometimes throws things (i.e. rakes, pitchforks, buckets) at the children. The horses are also abused. If they don't listen, she screams at them, kicks them, or whips their bodies, and faces. (I was a witness to this). During the winter, the horses' water buckets are frozen solid. Nobody changes the water. They wait until somewhere to mid-day for it to melt. I'm no expert, but I think even I know that horses shouldn't drink ice cold water.
The tack and equipment are not cared for. They are filthy and some lay around on the floor.

I cannot say that I didn't learn anything there, but I believe I could have learned MUCH more during that period of time in a different place.
I do not recommend this place to anyone who cares about horses our their children's well-being. Personally, it is extremely stressful seeing such wonderful creatures in such drastic conditions. These horses deserve a better place to live, with a nice caring home and an owner that loves them.

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★☆☆☆☆

I took lessons at Horse Country Farm and worked for the owner along with some other kids. It was a horrible experience.
Firstly, it is unsafe. The "bridge" you have to cross to get to the farm is extremely dangerous, and one slip can cause you to fall headfirst into the river below. Also, it is impossible to walk past the horses' stalls. All of them stick out their heads and bite whoever walks by.
Second, the place is, literally, falling apart. Some of the horses' stalls are so muddy and broken up, and the ceilings are so low, that the poor creatures can neither stand straight nor have any room to lay down.
The owner may seem nice at first, but once you sign a contract to come there and work and take lessons, she's an entirely different person. The owner is very mean to the kids and horses. She yells, swears, and sometimes throws things (i.e. rakes, pitchforks, buckets) at the children. The horses are also abused. If they don't listen, she screams at them, kicks them, or whips their bodies, and faces. (I was a witness to this). During the winter, the horses' water buckets are frozen solid. Nobody changes the water. They wait until somewhere to mid-day for it to melt. I'm no expert, but I think even I know that horses shouldn't drink ice cold water.
The tack and equipment are not cared for. They are filthy and some lay around on the floor.

I cannot say that I didn't learn anything there, but I believe I could have learned MUCH more during that period of time in a different place.
I do not recommend this place to anyone who cares about horses our their children's well-being. Personally, it is extremely stressful seeing such wonderful creatures in such drastic conditions. These horses deserve a better place to live, with a nice caring home and an owner that loves them.

Pros: There are horses

Cons: they are mistreated, its an unsafe place, rude owner

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I went against my gut feeling about this place too, I thought this would be a good experience for my child like a toughing it kind of experience because my childs work ethic is a bit lagging. I brought a family member with me that knows a lot about horses and was I shocked. These horses are malnutritioned, and neglected. They have water blisters on their backs, you can see their ribs and their manes are matted and filthy. The stalls are falling apart as is most of the fencing. There is garbage/scraps all over. And the suspension bridge??? How could that be insured? I do not think it can. It is not safe! The facilities are not adequate for horses, let alone horses used for a business. I am curious if these people are even updated on their licensing and insurance, if they are, a community out pour is necessary to alert a review of this place. This place is dangerous and should not be supported by anyone. Turn these people in!

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I went against my gut feeling about this place too, I thought this would be a good experience for my child like a toughing it kind of experience because my childs work ethic is a bit lagging. I brought a family member with me that knows a lot about horses and was I shocked. These horses are malnutritioned, and neglected. They have water blisters on their backs, you can see their ribs and their manes are matted and filthy. The stalls are falling apart as is most of the fencing. There is garbage/scraps all over. And the suspension bridge??? How could that be insured? I do not think it can. It is not safe! The facilities are not adequate for horses, let alone horses used for a business. I am curious if these people are even updated on their licensing and insurance, if they are, a community out pour is necessary to alert a review of this place. This place is dangerous and should not be supported by anyone. Turn these people in!

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My daughter was enrolled in a summer horse camp here a few summers ago. It was a good experience, but the owner/staff did seem a little more gruff even towards the kids that I would have liked. While they kids came out of their end of camp show feeling good, I still wondered if I had done the right thing by bringing her.

I could very well not have all information, but this is the vibe I did get. Didn't expect nurturing but also didn't want the staff to be unapproachable.

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My daughter was enrolled in a summer horse camp here a few summers ago. It was a good experience, but the owner/staff did seem a little more gruff even towards the kids that I would have liked. While they kids came out of their end of camp show feeling good, I still wondered if I had done the right thing by bringing her.

I could very well not have all information, but this is the vibe I did get. Didn't expect nurturing but also didn't want the staff to be unapproachable.

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