Jaynesway Farms

★★★★☆
  • 5N080 Il Route 59

    Bartlett, IL 60103

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  • 630-483-1827

About Jaynesway Farms

Hours
Mon-Fri 9am-9pm ; Sat 9am-6pm ; Sun 9am-6pm ; Open 7 Days

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After reading some of these reviews I decided I had to write & set the record straight about JWF. I was there for 10 years & can tell you first hand that it's a wonderful facility. The stalls are always cleaned and the horses get the best

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★★★★★

After reading some of these reviews I decided I had to write & set the record straight about JWF. I was there for 10 years & can tell you first hand that it's a wonderful facility. The stalls are always cleaned and the horses get the best

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I love this barn. I have my horse here and it's like an extended family.

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I love this barn. I have my horse here and it's like an extended family.

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Great family stable and horseback riding facility. Big arena's to ride in, multiple turnout areas, a private grazing and trail area, ponies for the little ones to ride.

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★★★★★

Great family stable and horseback riding facility. Big arena's to ride in, multiple turnout areas, a private grazing and trail area, ponies for the little ones to ride.

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Jaynesway Farms is an excellent facility. I have been there for over thirteen years, bought my horse from them, and continue to keep him there. There are automatic water cups, multiple turnout options, a large outdoor arena, a large heated indoor arena, and many other benefits to the property. There are trainers and horses avaliable for riders of all levels. The staff is friendly and extremely knowledgeble. I recommend Jaynesway Farms to individuals on a regular basis. The atmosphere is very family oriented and geared towards ensuring clients have a fun and educational experience. Wether you're looking to take your first riding lesson or to bring your competition horse to a new barn, you will find Jaynesway Farms a wonderful place to be.

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★★★★★

Jaynesway Farms is an excellent facility. I have been there for over thirteen years, bought my horse from them, and continue to keep him there. There are automatic water cups, multiple turnout options, a large outdoor arena, a large heated indoor arena, and many other benefits to the property. There are trainers and horses avaliable for riders of all levels. The staff is friendly and extremely knowledgeble. I recommend Jaynesway Farms to individuals on a regular basis. The atmosphere is very family oriented and geared towards ensuring clients have a fun and educational experience. Wether you're looking to take your first riding lesson or to bring your competition horse to a new barn, you will find Jaynesway Farms a wonderful place to be.

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i love jwf! its awesome and most of the people are nice the trainers are great, the stalls are clean. while there is a mouse problem, traps and poison are set up. overall i think jaynesway is awesome :)

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★★★★★

i love jwf! its awesome and most of the people are nice the trainers are great, the stalls are clean. while there is a mouse problem, traps and poison are set up. overall i think jaynesway is awesome :)

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The owner of the stables is a horrible woman. She is constantly yelling at the customers--be they the boarders or the girls riding the horses. We boarded here for a while and had to get out because the conditions are disgusting. If they were to be checked by any kind of agency, they would be shut down. The mice are overwhelming. I would find a dead mouse in my horse's water bowl on a weekly basis. Not to mention if you leave anything out for more than five minutes, expect the mice to chew through it or poop in it. The automatic waterers are NEVER cleaned. The stalls are never fully cleaned out. The workers would just take up the upper layer of shavings. The aisles have never cleaned, one of the workers just ""sweeps"" the big piles of dirt. The wash racks having manure in them always. \r\n\r\nThe tack rooms are overcrowded and there is just no room to store your stuff. If left out in the open, buckets, lead ropes, crops... are stolen within minutes. Most of the boarders are rude and VERY opiniated. Many of the moms opinions border on insulting. \r\n\r\nYou are charged for services not performed and turn out (a $50 monthly charge) is only for an hour a day, if you are lucky. \r\n\r\nThere are several nice trainers, but many of them will not have anything to do with you unless you bought your horse through them. \r\n\r\nThe only reason I even gave this place a ""one star"" is that it isn't possible to give a negative star rating. \r\n\r\nSTAY AWAY from here These are creepy people who have criminial connections. Look up the Jaynes family before you decide whether you want to leave your horse here.\r\n\r\nI wish I had known this before I went here. I am so glad to be out of here. I love our new place--the difference is night and day.

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★☆☆☆☆

The owner of the stables is a horrible woman. She is constantly yelling at the customers--be they the boarders or the girls riding the horses. We boarded here for a while and had to get out because the conditions are disgusting. If they were to be checked by any kind of agency, they would be shut down. The mice are overwhelming. I would find a dead mouse in my horse's water bowl on a weekly basis. Not to mention if you leave anything out for more than five minutes, expect the mice to chew through it or poop in it. The automatic waterers are NEVER cleaned. The stalls are never fully cleaned out. The workers would just take up the upper layer of shavings. The aisles have never cleaned, one of the workers just ""sweeps"" the big piles of dirt. The wash racks having manure in them always. \r\n\r\nThe tack rooms are overcrowded and there is just no room to store your stuff. If left out in the open, buckets, lead ropes, crops... are stolen within minutes. Most of the boarders are rude and VERY opiniated. Many of the moms opinions border on insulting. \r\n\r\nYou are charged for services not performed and turn out (a $50 monthly charge) is only for an hour a day, if you are lucky. \r\n\r\nThere are several nice trainers, but many of them will not have anything to do with you unless you bought your horse through them. \r\n\r\nThe only reason I even gave this place a ""one star"" is that it isn't possible to give a negative star rating. \r\n\r\nSTAY AWAY from here These are creepy people who have criminial connections. Look up the Jaynes family before you decide whether you want to leave your horse here.\r\n\r\nI wish I had known this before I went here. I am so glad to be out of here. I love our new place--the difference is night and day.

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I was there for a few months before my 1st choice stable had an opening. If you want turn out, you have to pay for it. And then your horse gets turned out in the arena for 20min. That is not worth it. The only turnout areas are one small field, and then a couple tiny little paddocks, no permanent fields. \r\nThe stalls are a good size, but they aren't terribly clean. The automatic waterers were terible. My horse wouldn't drink from them! They're so small that the horse only gets a mouthful, and then they're sucking up the slime on the bottom of the waterer. I had to hang up a bucket and hide it from the BM because I was told I wasn't allowed to have a water bucket. \r\nThe tack rooms are way too crowded and you have most of your stuff hanging out in the open on your stall. Crops and leadropes are the most common things stolen.\r\nIt's a hunter-only barn. The arenas are full of jumps and circling is discouraged. You always have to watch out for the tiny children riding around.\r\nIt's a public barn so anyone can come in right off the street just to 'see the pretty horsies!'.\r\nIt's overcrowded in the winter and you can't count on the barn hours being the same every day. The owners can and have decided to close early on some days, because they feel like turning in, and you aren't able to come and see your horse. \r\nWhile a lot of the boarders are nice and know what they're doing, most aren't. A majority of the boarders are teens/kids.\r\nYou aren't allowed to jump unless you're in a lesson with a trainer, and you can't use outside trainers, even if you're not doing hunter. (ex: dressage instructor, ect).\r\nTo sum it all up, I was nervous to be left alone in the place, worried about my horse, and irritated that my stuff was being stolen. My horse and I are much happier at the barn down the road.

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★★☆☆☆

I was there for a few months before my 1st choice stable had an opening. If you want turn out, you have to pay for it. And then your horse gets turned out in the arena for 20min. That is not worth it. The only turnout areas are one small field, and then a couple tiny little paddocks, no permanent fields. \r\nThe stalls are a good size, but they aren't terribly clean. The automatic waterers were terible. My horse wouldn't drink from them! They're so small that the horse only gets a mouthful, and then they're sucking up the slime on the bottom of the waterer. I had to hang up a bucket and hide it from the BM because I was told I wasn't allowed to have a water bucket. \r\nThe tack rooms are way too crowded and you have most of your stuff hanging out in the open on your stall. Crops and leadropes are the most common things stolen.\r\nIt's a hunter-only barn. The arenas are full of jumps and circling is discouraged. You always have to watch out for the tiny children riding around.\r\nIt's a public barn so anyone can come in right off the street just to 'see the pretty horsies!'.\r\nIt's overcrowded in the winter and you can't count on the barn hours being the same every day. The owners can and have decided to close early on some days, because they feel like turning in, and you aren't able to come and see your horse. \r\nWhile a lot of the boarders are nice and know what they're doing, most aren't. A majority of the boarders are teens/kids.\r\nYou aren't allowed to jump unless you're in a lesson with a trainer, and you can't use outside trainers, even if you're not doing hunter. (ex: dressage instructor, ect).\r\nTo sum it all up, I was nervous to be left alone in the place, worried about my horse, and irritated that my stuff was being stolen. My horse and I are much happier at the barn down the road.

Pros: Heated Arena

Cons: Just about everything else...

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The stalls are barely cleaned, the urine spots are awful, the horses always have thrush, and the barely put down any fresh shavings, which gives the horses bad hock sores.\r\nEven if you pay for turnout (which is another charge on top of board), your horse will only get about 10 minutes, or none at all. They will take your horse off turnout without telling you if your horse acts up in turnout., but you'll still be paying for it!\r\nTrailering is RIDICULOUSLY expensive, and you're not allowed to look elsewhere for trailering services.\r\nI know show horses are expensive, but they'll try to sell you a broken horse for the same price. Careful. \r\nIf you are trying to sell your horse, they won't help you sell it, they'll just bad mouth your horse so you don't get any offers.\r\nThe head trainer, the son of the owner, is the worst of them all, be VERY CAREFUL.\r\nDon't waste your money here.

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★☆☆☆☆

The stalls are barely cleaned, the urine spots are awful, the horses always have thrush, and the barely put down any fresh shavings, which gives the horses bad hock sores.\r\nEven if you pay for turnout (which is another charge on top of board), your horse will only get about 10 minutes, or none at all. They will take your horse off turnout without telling you if your horse acts up in turnout., but you'll still be paying for it!\r\nTrailering is RIDICULOUSLY expensive, and you're not allowed to look elsewhere for trailering services.\r\nI know show horses are expensive, but they'll try to sell you a broken horse for the same price. Careful. \r\nIf you are trying to sell your horse, they won't help you sell it, they'll just bad mouth your horse so you don't get any offers.\r\nThe head trainer, the son of the owner, is the worst of them all, be VERY CAREFUL.\r\nDon't waste your money here.

Cons: Bad Management, NOT Honest, Dirty Stalls

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My daughter and I have been boarding, training, and showing our horses with Jaynesway Farms for over seven years. It is a VERY family-oriented facility with a knowledgeable, friendly, and helpful staff. I know every trainer in the place and ALL of them have years of riding and teaching experience. For those of you who judge people by their appearances, shame on you! You are obviously uninformed and very close-minded. There is no place I'd rather be than with my horse at Jaynesway Farms!

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★★★★★

My daughter and I have been boarding, training, and showing our horses with Jaynesway Farms for over seven years. It is a VERY family-oriented facility with a knowledgeable, friendly, and helpful staff. I know every trainer in the place and ALL of them have years of riding and teaching experience. For those of you who judge people by their appearances, shame on you! You are obviously uninformed and very close-minded. There is no place I'd rather be than with my horse at Jaynesway Farms!

Pros: Best facility around with heated arena and automatic watering cups.

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I would not let my daughter be left alone there. Very creepy people. Trainers (with few exception) are not qualified to train, they can't even ride themselves. They lean against a wall and scream at your children across the arena. They bad mouth customers, they gossip and cause major problems between other trainers. Trainers do not get alone and try to steal the others customers. They sell on the most part poor quality horses and at high price. But when you want to try to sell your horse, they won't help you. You pay for turnout, but most of the time your horse doesn't get out or if they do it is not for a long time. It is over crowded in the winter. Also the employees behind the desk are rude and sit and gossip with trainers or other boarders and cause trouble. All around not a nice place.

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★☆☆☆☆

I would not let my daughter be left alone there. Very creepy people. Trainers (with few exception) are not qualified to train, they can't even ride themselves. They lean against a wall and scream at your children across the arena. They bad mouth customers, they gossip and cause major problems between other trainers. Trainers do not get alone and try to steal the others customers. They sell on the most part poor quality horses and at high price. But when you want to try to sell your horse, they won't help you. You pay for turnout, but most of the time your horse doesn't get out or if they do it is not for a long time. It is over crowded in the winter. Also the employees behind the desk are rude and sit and gossip with trainers or other boarders and cause trouble. All around not a nice place.

Pros: location

Cons: crowded, under qualified staffing

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Not only are these people related to the Criminals that disposed of Mrs. Brach, they are not nice people. Unless you are willing to buy a $15,000 horse from them, pay them a commission, and then pay them for the priveledge to board and ride there, they treat you very poorly. I don't ever recommend dropping your daughter off at this place with creepy people walking around, with tattoos everywhere on his body, and always smoking a cigar. . . . . . . this place has no class, and is a ""hang out"" for Rodeo Queen wanna be losers. Do your research and find a better facility.

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★☆☆☆☆

Not only are these people related to the Criminals that disposed of Mrs. Brach, they are not nice people. Unless you are willing to buy a $15,000 horse from them, pay them a commission, and then pay them for the priveledge to board and ride there, they treat you very poorly. I don't ever recommend dropping your daughter off at this place with creepy people walking around, with tattoos everywhere on his body, and always smoking a cigar. . . . . . . this place has no class, and is a ""hang out"" for Rodeo Queen wanna be losers. Do your research and find a better facility.

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My daughter and I stopped by for a surprise visit, on a \r\nMonday two weeks ago., the stalls where very well cleaned, the horses very well cared for, well staffed, staff working hard, horses in all arena, riders every where. Busy very busy. I was impressed. Daniel took time out of his busy schedule to give us a tour.\r\n\r\nI have known the son of the Owner for 33 years. He is above board, cares deeply for the horses and works hard at suitablility between horse and rider. He works very hard at what he does to accomidate riders, owners and horses.\r\n\r\nI highly recommend him and the farm. \r\n\r\n

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★★★★★

My daughter and I stopped by for a surprise visit, on a \r\nMonday two weeks ago., the stalls where very well cleaned, the horses very well cared for, well staffed, staff working hard, horses in all arena, riders every where. Busy very busy. I was impressed. Daniel took time out of his busy schedule to give us a tour.\r\n\r\nI have known the son of the Owner for 33 years. He is above board, cares deeply for the horses and works hard at suitablility between horse and rider. He works very hard at what he does to accomidate riders, owners and horses.\r\n\r\nI highly recommend him and the farm. \r\n\r\n

Pros: Really care about quality and care of horse & rider

Cons: Work over time to accommodate clients (thats a good thing)

 

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