Dead Broke Farm

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  • 6921 Wildlife Trail

    Raleigh, NC 27613

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  • 919-596-8975

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I took my son (7) to go horseback riding today and we both really enjoyed ourselves.This was our first experience at Dead Broke Farm. My son loves being around horses and we were looking for something informal; a chance to get on a horse

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I took my son (7) to go horseback riding today and we both really enjoyed ourselves.This was our first experience at Dead Broke Farm. My son loves being around horses and we were looking for something informal; a chance to get on a horse

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This is my 4th year sending my 3 kids (9, 9, and 10 yrs old) to Dead Broke Farm summer camp and I am always amazed at their excitement! It's the only camp program that all 3 faithfully beg me to attend. I love the exposure to nature and

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This is my 4th year sending my 3 kids (9, 9, and 10 yrs old) to Dead Broke Farm summer camp and I am always amazed at their excitement! It's the only camp program that all 3 faithfully beg me to attend. I love the exposure to nature and

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Recently my daughter wanted to explore the world of 'horseback riding' so we decided to take a look at Dead Broke Farm. After about a 30 minute tour we headed for our car and my daughter said she would like to attend the following week.

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Recently my daughter wanted to explore the world of 'horseback riding' so we decided to take a look at Dead Broke Farm. After about a 30 minute tour we headed for our car and my daughter said she would like to attend the following week.

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This place is terrible. I have worked with animals for years and I have never seen a place as bad as this. The horses are confined to extremely small pastures in filthy conditions. A good majority of them lack shelter or even tree's to

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This place is terrible. I have worked with animals for years and I have never seen a place as bad as this. The horses are confined to extremely small pastures in filthy conditions. A good majority of them lack shelter or even tree's to

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My 13 year old attended a week of summer camp in June 2013. She had a great week and loved all the horses and farm animals. She is even considering volunteering here for the summer!

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My 13 year old attended a week of summer camp in June 2013. She had a great week and loved all the horses and farm animals. She is even considering volunteering here for the summer!

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Simply Rude! The owner has a giant chip on her shoulder and should never work with the public. Don't waste your money.

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Simply Rude! The owner has a giant chip on her shoulder and should never work with the public. Don't waste your money.

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I do NOT recommend this place. I cannot tell you how much i wish this business would close down. Here's why:\r
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1) The horses are kept in poor conditions. The owner of the ranch is a single mother who seems to take on more horses than

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I do NOT recommend this place. I cannot tell you how much i wish this business would close down. Here's why:\r
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1) The horses are kept in poor conditions. The owner of the ranch is a single mother who seems to take on more horses than

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I have ridden many a horse, few as poorly trained as the one at Dead Broke Farm. I have never been treated as rudely, so consistently, in a pervasively negative atmosphere as at Dead Broke Farm. The horses were so poorly trained, we were

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I have ridden many a horse, few as poorly trained as the one at Dead Broke Farm. I have never been treated as rudely, so consistently, in a pervasively negative atmosphere as at Dead Broke Farm. The horses were so poorly trained, we were

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My family and I which included my 7yr old son, 9 year old daughter and my son 19yrs old. When we arrived at the farm every one was busy which is too be expected. It was a Saturday Set. 8th at 2:00. before you confirm your ride you are

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My family and I which included my 7yr old son, 9 year old daughter and my son 19yrs old. When we arrived at the farm every one was busy which is too be expected. It was a Saturday Set. 8th at 2:00. before you confirm your ride you are

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I've worked at Dead Broke for almost a year and a half, and have 11 years of horse experience including extensive showing and ownership of my own horses over the years. Lisa H. below is very misguiding as I know for a fact that the one

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I've worked at Dead Broke for almost a year and a half, and have 11 years of horse experience including extensive showing and ownership of my own horses over the years. Lisa H. below is very misguiding as I know for a fact that the one

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SOMEONE WILL GET HURT AT DEADBROKE FARM IF THIS ENVIROMENT CONTINUES..WARNING!!!!\r
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MANY CONCERNS ABOUT THIS BUSINESS: \r
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HORSES look miserable- not taken care of and mistreated by staff, particularly Owner Carla. Carla was

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SOMEONE WILL GET HURT AT DEADBROKE FARM IF THIS ENVIROMENT CONTINUES..WARNING!!!!\r
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MANY CONCERNS ABOUT THIS BUSINESS: \r
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HORSES look miserable- not taken care of and mistreated by staff, particularly Owner Carla. Carla was

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My daughters are attending camp this week and are having a great time with all the animals at the farm! They get in lots of riding time if they choose or can go on a wagon ride in the afternoon.

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My daughters are attending camp this week and are having a great time with all the animals at the farm! They get in lots of riding time if they choose or can go on a wagon ride in the afternoon.

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My daughter age 7, attended a week long summer camp at Dead Broke Farm. This was her first time riding a horse and she came home super excited about her experiences, grining ear to ear. She also would talk about the many other animals

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My daughter age 7, attended a week long summer camp at Dead Broke Farm. This was her first time riding a horse and she came home super excited about her experiences, grining ear to ear. She also would talk about the many other animals

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My 7-year old daughter is just finishing a week of camp at Dead Broke. She has had an amazing experience. I seriously have not seen her this excited about a day camp - ever! She comes home dirty and happy - in my opinion, a true sign of an

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My 7-year old daughter is just finishing a week of camp at Dead Broke. She has had an amazing experience. I seriously have not seen her this excited about a day camp - ever! She comes home dirty and happy - in my opinion, a true sign of an

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My eleven year old daughter and seven year old son loved this camp. They loved the trail rides and seeing deer and wildlife in the woods. My daughter loved the chicken house and helping feed the various animals on the farm, my son loved the numerous dogs. This was a great experience for them.

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My eleven year old daughter and seven year old son loved this camp. They loved the trail rides and seeing deer and wildlife in the woods. My daughter loved the chicken house and helping feed the various animals on the farm, my son loved the numerous dogs. This was a great experience for them.

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My 2 daughters have been attending the horse camp at Dead Broke Farm for the past week and LOVE it!!! Both of my daughters have been riding horses since they were 4 years old and are familiar with horses. They love that they get to ride 2x

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My 2 daughters have been attending the horse camp at Dead Broke Farm for the past week and LOVE it!!! Both of my daughters have been riding horses since they were 4 years old and are familiar with horses. They love that they get to ride 2x

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I had my two elementary aged children attend a horse camp for the first time and couldn't have been more pleased with the experience at Dead Broke Farm. Camp lasts for 5 days and runs 9-5 (with an hour of time available on each end). There is so much to do; kids learn about horse (and other animal) care, ride for at least two 1-hour sessions, play with many animals on the property; it's hot, sweaty, dirty and absolutely fantastic for even the most inexperienced kids...they sleep very well each night and are raring to get back in the morning. It did not take much begging to get me to promise a return for next year!

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I had my two elementary aged children attend a horse camp for the first time and couldn't have been more pleased with the experience at Dead Broke Farm. Camp lasts for 5 days and runs 9-5 (with an hour of time available on each end). There is so much to do; kids learn about horse (and other animal) care, ride for at least two 1-hour sessions, play with many animals on the property; it's hot, sweaty, dirty and absolutely fantastic for even the most inexperienced kids...they sleep very well each night and are raring to get back in the morning. It did not take much begging to get me to promise a return for next year!

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My daughters and neice attended thier first horse camp this week and overall was a great experience. Two of them loved the independence of riding with little instruction. They found it exciting to figure out how to control thier horses on the trail rides. My youngest daughter found this terrifying. She was not ready or mentally prepared to ride without instruction or a guide in case she needed help. Although there are three guides for every trail ride, she felt very uneasy getting on a horse with no experience. For her personality some coaching and gradually getting them used to the idea of independently riding would have been more comforting for her. It took me two days to get her back on a horse and for her not to be afraid. Otherwise, the other two girls starting trotting and wanting more peppy horses by week end. Two out of three loved the experience.

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My daughters and neice attended thier first horse camp this week and overall was a great experience. Two of them loved the independence of riding with little instruction. They found it exciting to figure out how to control thier horses on the trail rides. My youngest daughter found this terrifying. She was not ready or mentally prepared to ride without instruction or a guide in case she needed help. Although there are three guides for every trail ride, she felt very uneasy getting on a horse with no experience. For her personality some coaching and gradually getting them used to the idea of independently riding would have been more comforting for her. It took me two days to get her back on a horse and for her not to be afraid. Otherwise, the other two girls starting trotting and wanting more peppy horses by week end. Two out of three loved the experience.

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Overall a fun day at camp...My daughter has the opportunity to ride for an hour twice a day that is more than any other Horse camp we have been to. This camp is low key with loose structure to the day allowing kids the freedom to choose what they wants to do and when. My daughter enjoys being able to pace the day doing what she enjoys most and the flexibility at this camp allows this. They have the option to groom the horses, play with the dogs and other farm animals. I think she enjoys making new friends.Down side is port a potty's and lack of soap at the hand washing station.

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Overall a fun day at camp...My daughter has the opportunity to ride for an hour twice a day that is more than any other Horse camp we have been to. This camp is low key with loose structure to the day allowing kids the freedom to choose what they wants to do and when. My daughter enjoys being able to pace the day doing what she enjoys most and the flexibility at this camp allows this. They have the option to groom the horses, play with the dogs and other farm animals. I think she enjoys making new friends.Down side is port a potty's and lack of soap at the hand washing station.

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Dead Broke Farm is great! My family has gone on trail rides and my daughter has attended week-long summer camps. They rescue abused doors and run a very professional operation. You won't be disappointed.

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Dead Broke Farm is great! My family has gone on trail rides and my daughter has attended week-long summer camps. They rescue abused doors and run a very professional operation. You won't be disappointed.

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My nieces have been attending camp this week and are having the time of their lives! They love the counselors and they love the animals. There are tons of dogs to pet, a pony, chickens, and plenty of horses to ride. They have several

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My nieces have been attending camp this week and are having the time of their lives! They love the counselors and they love the animals. There are tons of dogs to pet, a pony, chickens, and plenty of horses to ride. They have several

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Of all the camps we have tried over the last four years, Dead Broke is the most popular with my kids, which means a lot when it's time to drop them off and get to work. Beyond that, we really like the family who runs the farm. Over the years, they have begun to feel like family to us. Miss Rosie treats my kids like her grandchildren. Dana treats them like her little brothers. The farm is well run; the horses are friendly and tame. I highly recommend the experience to anyone.

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Of all the camps we have tried over the last four years, Dead Broke is the most popular with my kids, which means a lot when it's time to drop them off and get to work. Beyond that, we really like the family who runs the farm. Over the years, they have begun to feel like family to us. Miss Rosie treats my kids like her grandchildren. Dana treats them like her little brothers. The farm is well run; the horses are friendly and tame. I highly recommend the experience to anyone.

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With a household of four kids finding something that can intrigue three simultaneously is heaven and RARE. The staff are great, fabulous communication, wonderful and safe instruction for the actual riding. I'd definitely recommend Dead

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With a household of four kids finding something that can intrigue three simultaneously is heaven and RARE. The staff are great, fabulous communication, wonderful and safe instruction for the actual riding. I'd definitely recommend Dead

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My daughters are attending full day summer camp this week (6/25/12) and they are loving it. From the first day they were excited to play with the friendly animals and ride the horses. I purchased the week of camp through a LivingSocial deal, but am considering sending them at the 'regular rate' because they have enjoyed themselves so much! It is great to have them outside and active as they are learning to take care of animals. The kids even get to ride the horses twice a day. My youngest daughter turns 6 in July so she is eager to go back after her birthday so she can ride independently.

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My daughters are attending full day summer camp this week (6/25/12) and they are loving it. From the first day they were excited to play with the friendly animals and ride the horses. I purchased the week of camp through a LivingSocial deal, but am considering sending them at the 'regular rate' because they have enjoyed themselves so much! It is great to have them outside and active as they are learning to take care of animals. The kids even get to ride the horses twice a day. My youngest daughter turns 6 in July so she is eager to go back after her birthday so she can ride independently.

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My 2 grandchildren (ages 7 & 8) are attending the horse camp this week (June 18-22) for the first time, and they LOVE it. When I pick them up in the afternoons, they are so excited to tell me about their adventures of the day - riding and caring for the horses, petting all the farm animals, playing outside, & making new friends. Great experience for them. I would highly recommend this camp - it's just great.

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My 2 grandchildren (ages 7 & 8) are attending the horse camp this week (June 18-22) for the first time, and they LOVE it. When I pick them up in the afternoons, they are so excited to tell me about their adventures of the day - riding and caring for the horses, petting all the farm animals, playing outside, & making new friends. Great experience for them. I would highly recommend this camp - it's just great.

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My kids are in a week long summer day camp at Dead Broke Farms this week. Although, it does not seem as structured as other camps the kids have attended, they are really enjoying the ""Horse Farm"" life. They can't stop talking about the horses and their personalities. I would send my kids to this camp again.

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My kids are in a week long summer day camp at Dead Broke Farms this week. Although, it does not seem as structured as other camps the kids have attended, they are really enjoying the ""Horse Farm"" life. They can't stop talking about the horses and their personalities. I would send my kids to this camp again.

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My 11 year old daughter is attending Dead Broke Farm day camp. She is having a great time! The campers get to brush and tack their horse (a great learning experience) and get to ride twice - once in the morning and again in the afternoon. Plus there are lots of animals that they can pet and play with. I would recommend Dead Broke Farm camp to anyone who has children who love horses.\r

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My 11 year old daughter is attending Dead Broke Farm day camp. She is having a great time! The campers get to brush and tack their horse (a great learning experience) and get to ride twice - once in the morning and again in the afternoon. Plus there are lots of animals that they can pet and play with. I would recommend Dead Broke Farm camp to anyone who has children who love horses.\r

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I'm having a great time at the farm. The animals are sweet and fun to watch and play with. There a lot of animals to play with like horses, bunnies, a miniature pony and different kinds of birds. I've had a great time and can't wait to go back!

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I'm having a great time at the farm. The animals are sweet and fun to watch and play with. There a lot of animals to play with like horses, bunnies, a miniature pony and different kinds of birds. I've had a great time and can't wait to go back!

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I am going to camp this week and it has been wonderful! I have enjoyed riding the horses and it is nice to have the choice to ride again in the afternoon if you want. They also have a great jungle gym and a cool clubhouse with AIR CONDITIONING. Everyone is so nice and they let me help take care of the horses even though I haven't worked with horses before. I think anyone who loves animals (they have tons besides the horses) would love to go to this camp.

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I am going to camp this week and it has been wonderful! I have enjoyed riding the horses and it is nice to have the choice to ride again in the afternoon if you want. They also have a great jungle gym and a cool clubhouse with AIR CONDITIONING. Everyone is so nice and they let me help take care of the horses even though I haven't worked with horses before. I think anyone who loves animals (they have tons besides the horses) would love to go to this camp.

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I had a 3 hour lesson scheduled for last Saturday. Of course, I ended up reading the negative reviews the night before and was terrified! I thought that I would offer my opinion for those who may be a little scared after reading them too.
1. As far as someone saying that the horses looked miserable and not taken care of. All of the horses I saw (and I saw a lot) looked clean and happy not at all mistreated. Most are horses that were rescued from one horrible condition or another, and look well fed and happy.
2. Someone said that it looked like the pastures were dirty and ""sewage filled."" What I saw were nice pastures with plenty of room for the horses in them. You have to remember that it is outdoors and there will be mud.
3. The owner/staff are rude. My take was that they have a lot of horses that they are taking care of, they have a lot of people wanting to ride horses that they are responsible for. A horse is a huge animal, and with any animal, they can be unpredictable. I feel that they take their job seriously as they have to make sure that you don't get hurt. They may not be warm and fuzzy, but they have a big responsibility. Monica, our guide was wonderful and made sure our questions were answered. Nobody was yelled at while I was there although there were kids running around like lunatics and poking at the horses. Again, they are animals, and need to be treated with respect as they can be unpredictable, and usually don't like loud noises.
4. Bottom line, I would go again. I had a nice time and learned a lot. They are very busy so if you want someone to pay attention only to you, you should get a private lesson. Don't be put off by the bad reviews like I was, and give it a try.

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I had a 3 hour lesson scheduled for last Saturday. Of course, I ended up reading the negative reviews the night before and was terrified! I thought that I would offer my opinion for those who may be a little scared after reading them too.
1. As far as someone saying that the horses looked miserable and not taken care of. All of the horses I saw (and I saw a lot) looked clean and happy not at all mistreated. Most are horses that were rescued from one horrible condition or another, and look well fed and happy.
2. Someone said that it looked like the pastures were dirty and ""sewage filled."" What I saw were nice pastures with plenty of room for the horses in them. You have to remember that it is outdoors and there will be mud.
3. The owner/staff are rude. My take was that they have a lot of horses that they are taking care of, they have a lot of people wanting to ride horses that they are responsible for. A horse is a huge animal, and with any animal, they can be unpredictable. I feel that they take their job seriously as they have to make sure that you don't get hurt. They may not be warm and fuzzy, but they have a big responsibility. Monica, our guide was wonderful and made sure our questions were answered. Nobody was yelled at while I was there although there were kids running around like lunatics and poking at the horses. Again, they are animals, and need to be treated with respect as they can be unpredictable, and usually don't like loud noises.
4. Bottom line, I would go again. I had a nice time and learned a lot. They are very busy so if you want someone to pay attention only to you, you should get a private lesson. Don't be put off by the bad reviews like I was, and give it a try.

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We did a 1 hour group trail ride at Dead Broke Farm yesterday afternoon and had a great time. As someone who is an avid animal welfarist and who owned horses and rode almost daily for 25 years of my life, I'm always concerned about the state of rental horses and how well they're taken care of. In my opinion, the horses at DBF live reasonably good lives - they are obviously well fed, their hooves looked good, they were groomed well, and the tack was fine. The one drawback I could point to is that the various lots (""pastures"") the horses live on are just dirt and since it had rained a good bit two days before our visit, the lots were still quite muddy. Not the most ideal situation, but understandable and in the grand scheme of life, OK.\r
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The actual trail ride was nice - walking only which was fine with me, having not sat on a horse in a little over 5 years. But if you want to be able to trot or canter a little, you probably need to pay the extra and get a private trail ride. With so many complete beginners on group trail rides, it just isn't prudent to have 15 horses trotting down the trail.\r
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We had no problems with the staff - they were all nice enough and did their jobs as well as any other rental place I've ever been to (I got my start in riding by volunteering at a rental stable was I was 13 years old, so I don't think that having some teenagers helping is a bad thing). They make a big effort to match riders and horses well and I think they succeeded in the case of the people on the ride we were on.\r
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In a nutshell, I'd recommend DBF for the person who wants to take the occasional trail ride just to sit on a horse and who doesn't want to feel guilty because their mount is a bit scruffy or skinny - the horses at DBF are as well taken care of as any rental horses I've ever been around.\r
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Happy trails! (and bring carrots for the horses!)\r

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We did a 1 hour group trail ride at Dead Broke Farm yesterday afternoon and had a great time. As someone who is an avid animal welfarist and who owned horses and rode almost daily for 25 years of my life, I'm always concerned about the state of rental horses and how well they're taken care of. In my opinion, the horses at DBF live reasonably good lives - they are obviously well fed, their hooves looked good, they were groomed well, and the tack was fine. The one drawback I could point to is that the various lots (""pastures"") the horses live on are just dirt and since it had rained a good bit two days before our visit, the lots were still quite muddy. Not the most ideal situation, but understandable and in the grand scheme of life, OK.\r
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The actual trail ride was nice - walking only which was fine with me, having not sat on a horse in a little over 5 years. But if you want to be able to trot or canter a little, you probably need to pay the extra and get a private trail ride. With so many complete beginners on group trail rides, it just isn't prudent to have 15 horses trotting down the trail.\r
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We had no problems with the staff - they were all nice enough and did their jobs as well as any other rental place I've ever been to (I got my start in riding by volunteering at a rental stable was I was 13 years old, so I don't think that having some teenagers helping is a bad thing). They make a big effort to match riders and horses well and I think they succeeded in the case of the people on the ride we were on.\r
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In a nutshell, I'd recommend DBF for the person who wants to take the occasional trail ride just to sit on a horse and who doesn't want to feel guilty because their mount is a bit scruffy or skinny - the horses at DBF are as well taken care of as any rental horses I've ever been around.\r
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Happy trails! (and bring carrots for the horses!)\r

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I read both the good and bad reviews; the website was attractive and the young lady was friendly on the phone. I decided to sign my grandchildren up for their first pony ride. I paid in advance for a 30 minute ride; but only got a 15 minute ride. The young man who led one of our horses (but was mostly checking his cell phone) said he wasn't really sure how long the ride was supposed to be, and disappeared. While we were wondering if he was coming back, we saw him with another young man smoking by the trash dumpster. I'm sorry, but the facility is honestly a disgrace. The elder lady (Carla?) was stunningly rude to both the young volunteers and to us. All the staff seems very unhappy. They have far too many horses for the amount of space available. Do you see the lovely picture on their website of the horse grazing in the green pasture full of grass? It is a total fabrication. They fields look worst than a pig sty - literally. I promise, there is not ONE blade of grass in the fields for more than 60 horses (that we counted just in the riding area alone) who were standing in thick mud and have no shelter of any sort - no shelter, ever! The mud is so thick and nasty that the horses won't walk in it of their own accord - they just stand in this thick, black muck with their heads bowed. The elder lady scoffed at us, and said horses didn't like to be in stables, they wanted to be outside! (Was she really implying horses prefer to stand in filthy muck day in and day out? That is cruel to provide shelter from the weather?) Truly, the horses seem down-trodden, the dogs look filthy and matted, and some of the younger staff members look (and act) like they are on work release. There were a couple of girls that seemed to treat the horses kindly (the elder woman yelled at one to hurry up, ""These people are waiting!""). But honestly, most of the people there seem to really dislike the horses. I feel very badly for all the animals at that facility. Also, the playground is trashy and had a big mound of old horse manure right beside the picnic tables. All in all, I don't understand why the human society hasn't shut this facility down.

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I read both the good and bad reviews; the website was attractive and the young lady was friendly on the phone. I decided to sign my grandchildren up for their first pony ride. I paid in advance for a 30 minute ride; but only got a 15 minute ride. The young man who led one of our horses (but was mostly checking his cell phone) said he wasn't really sure how long the ride was supposed to be, and disappeared. While we were wondering if he was coming back, we saw him with another young man smoking by the trash dumpster. I'm sorry, but the facility is honestly a disgrace. The elder lady (Carla?) was stunningly rude to both the young volunteers and to us. All the staff seems very unhappy. They have far too many horses for the amount of space available. Do you see the lovely picture on their website of the horse grazing in the green pasture full of grass? It is a total fabrication. They fields look worst than a pig sty - literally. I promise, there is not ONE blade of grass in the fields for more than 60 horses (that we counted just in the riding area alone) who were standing in thick mud and have no shelter of any sort - no shelter, ever! The mud is so thick and nasty that the horses won't walk in it of their own accord - they just stand in this thick, black muck with their heads bowed. The elder lady scoffed at us, and said horses didn't like to be in stables, they wanted to be outside! (Was she really implying horses prefer to stand in filthy muck day in and day out? That is cruel to provide shelter from the weather?) Truly, the horses seem down-trodden, the dogs look filthy and matted, and some of the younger staff members look (and act) like they are on work release. There were a couple of girls that seemed to treat the horses kindly (the elder woman yelled at one to hurry up, ""These people are waiting!""). But honestly, most of the people there seem to really dislike the horses. I feel very badly for all the animals at that facility. Also, the playground is trashy and had a big mound of old horse manure right beside the picnic tables. All in all, I don't understand why the human society hasn't shut this facility down.

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This is my first online review of anything, but I could not let my experience pass without making a remark.

First beef is with the owner -- confrontational and abrasive. I rescheduled a 2-hr private ride with a staff member who failed to record this transaction. The day of the original ride, I received an irate phone call from Carla asking where I was. When I explained what happened (hard to do because she barely let me get a word in), she ranted about her incompetent staff.

On the day of the ride, I returned to pick up my child after 2.5 hours. No one knew who she was or where she was, and her guide did not have a walkie talkie or phone -- so no way to get in touch with her or for her to get in touch with the office. I wonder what they do in case of emergency? Luckily, after 30 minutes she turned up.

Finally, a few days after the ride the owner called me to tell me I had been undercharged by her staff (whose pay would be docked if I did not ""pay up."" She was literally yelling at me over the phone, this time about my complaint related to paragraph 2 above.

The ""guide,"" by the way, was 15 years old.

Unsafe, rude, and irresponsible are how I'd describe our experience. Never again.

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This is my first online review of anything, but I could not let my experience pass without making a remark.

First beef is with the owner -- confrontational and abrasive. I rescheduled a 2-hr private ride with a staff member who failed to record this transaction. The day of the original ride, I received an irate phone call from Carla asking where I was. When I explained what happened (hard to do because she barely let me get a word in), she ranted about her incompetent staff.

On the day of the ride, I returned to pick up my child after 2.5 hours. No one knew who she was or where she was, and her guide did not have a walkie talkie or phone -- so no way to get in touch with her or for her to get in touch with the office. I wonder what they do in case of emergency? Luckily, after 30 minutes she turned up.

Finally, a few days after the ride the owner called me to tell me I had been undercharged by her staff (whose pay would be docked if I did not ""pay up."" She was literally yelling at me over the phone, this time about my complaint related to paragraph 2 above.

The ""guide,"" by the way, was 15 years old.

Unsafe, rude, and irresponsible are how I'd describe our experience. Never again.

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I have to say I am very confused by the good ratings this place is receiving. However, I did read some reviews where people experienced similar problems that I had. For one, the owner is very rude, unfriendly and short tempered. I witnessed her screaming on the phone at someone. I also witnessed a staff member yelling and arguing with a customer; I'm a firm believer in good customer service, so that shocked me. You should never yell at a customer! Also the place is very gross and I feel bad for the animals. If you like a scenic view of sewage filled pastures, go there. I volunteered there and was yelled at, talked and cussed about, there was little instruction given, I had several safety concerns and THEY DIDN'T LET THE OTHER VOLUNTEERS AND I EAT LUNCH! We were there for at least 6 hours and were never given a break and when we tried to eat lunch we got yelled at. However, the staff was eating Wendy's and making macaroni and cheese! The place is basically run by teenage girls. So if you like a farm in terrible condition, unfriendly and rude staff, being talked about when they think you can't hear, not being fed, given no break, being bossed around by 14 year old girls and having no one concerned about your safety, then go here! It was by far the worst experience of my life and I can't stress how terrible it was. I've heard several stories of customers falling off a horse and breaking bones. I'm surprised this place hasn't been shut down. Please save your time and money and go somewhere else; any place is better than here.

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★☆☆☆☆

I have to say I am very confused by the good ratings this place is receiving. However, I did read some reviews where people experienced similar problems that I had. For one, the owner is very rude, unfriendly and short tempered. I witnessed her screaming on the phone at someone. I also witnessed a staff member yelling and arguing with a customer; I'm a firm believer in good customer service, so that shocked me. You should never yell at a customer! Also the place is very gross and I feel bad for the animals. If you like a scenic view of sewage filled pastures, go there. I volunteered there and was yelled at, talked and cussed about, there was little instruction given, I had several safety concerns and THEY DIDN'T LET THE OTHER VOLUNTEERS AND I EAT LUNCH! We were there for at least 6 hours and were never given a break and when we tried to eat lunch we got yelled at. However, the staff was eating Wendy's and making macaroni and cheese! The place is basically run by teenage girls. So if you like a farm in terrible condition, unfriendly and rude staff, being talked about when they think you can't hear, not being fed, given no break, being bossed around by 14 year old girls and having no one concerned about your safety, then go here! It was by far the worst experience of my life and I can't stress how terrible it was. I've heard several stories of customers falling off a horse and breaking bones. I'm surprised this place hasn't been shut down. Please save your time and money and go somewhere else; any place is better than here.

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I have to say I am very confused by the good ratings this place is receiving. However, I did read some where people experienced similar problems that I had. For one, the owner is very rude, unfriendly and short tempered. I witnessed her screaming on the phone at someone. I also witnessed a staff member yelling and arguing with a customer; I'm a firm believer in good customer service so that shocked me. You should never yell at a customer! Also the place is very gross and I feel bad for the animals. If you like a scenic view of sewage filled pastures, go there. I volunteered there and was yelled at, talked and cussed about, there was little instruction given, I had several safety concerns and THEY DIDN'T LET THE OTHER VOLUNTEERS AND I EAT LUNCH! We were there for at least 6 hours and were never given a break and when we tried to eat lunch we got yelled at. However, the staff was eating Wendy's and making macaroni and cheese! The place is basically run by teenage girls. So if you like a farm in terrible condition, unfriendly and rude staff, being talked about when they think you can't hear, not being fed, given no break, being bossed around by 14 year old girls and having no one concerned about your safety, then go here! It was by far the worst experience of my life and I can't stress how terrible it was. I've heard several stories of customers falling off a horse and breaking bones. I'm surprised this place hasn't been shut down. Please save your time and money and go somewhere else; any place is better than here.

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★☆☆☆☆

I have to say I am very confused by the good ratings this place is receiving. However, I did read some where people experienced similar problems that I had. For one, the owner is very rude, unfriendly and short tempered. I witnessed her screaming on the phone at someone. I also witnessed a staff member yelling and arguing with a customer; I'm a firm believer in good customer service so that shocked me. You should never yell at a customer! Also the place is very gross and I feel bad for the animals. If you like a scenic view of sewage filled pastures, go there. I volunteered there and was yelled at, talked and cussed about, there was little instruction given, I had several safety concerns and THEY DIDN'T LET THE OTHER VOLUNTEERS AND I EAT LUNCH! We were there for at least 6 hours and were never given a break and when we tried to eat lunch we got yelled at. However, the staff was eating Wendy's and making macaroni and cheese! The place is basically run by teenage girls. So if you like a farm in terrible condition, unfriendly and rude staff, being talked about when they think you can't hear, not being fed, given no break, being bossed around by 14 year old girls and having no one concerned about your safety, then go here! It was by far the worst experience of my life and I can't stress how terrible it was. I've heard several stories of customers falling off a horse and breaking bones. I'm surprised this place hasn't been shut down. Please save your time and money and go somewhere else; any place is better than here.

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My wife and I went to Dead Broke Farm for the first time yesterday(10/18/2011) and had a fantastic experience. From the moment we arrived we were treated with a warm smile and prompt service. The guide we had was Art who was very attentive to me in particular because it was my first time ever on a horse. The trails had great views of wildlife. we saw 17 deer on our ride as well as other wild animals. The horse i rode on was Molly. I would suggest her to any first time riders. When we were finished we got to meet the owner Carla. She took a personal interest in our experience as it was our first time and told us of other services that they provide. My wife and I will be back in the near future.

Trevor and Karry Allen

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★★★★★

My wife and I went to Dead Broke Farm for the first time yesterday(10/18/2011) and had a fantastic experience. From the moment we arrived we were treated with a warm smile and prompt service. The guide we had was Art who was very attentive to me in particular because it was my first time ever on a horse. The trails had great views of wildlife. we saw 17 deer on our ride as well as other wild animals. The horse i rode on was Molly. I would suggest her to any first time riders. When we were finished we got to meet the owner Carla. She took a personal interest in our experience as it was our first time and told us of other services that they provide. My wife and I will be back in the near future.

Trevor and Karry Allen

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My wife and I went to Dead Broke Farm for the first time yesterday(10/18/2011) and had a fantastic experience. From the moment we arrived we were treated with a warm smile and prompt service. The guide we had was Art who was very attentive to me in particular because it was my first time ever on a horse. The trails had great views of wildlife. we saw 17 deer on our ride as well as other wild animals. The horse i rode on was Molly. I would suggest her to any first time riders. When we were finished we got to meet the owner Carla. She took a personal interest in our experience as it was our first time and told us of other services that they provide. My wife and I will be back in the near future.

Trevor and Karry Allen

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★★★★★

My wife and I went to Dead Broke Farm for the first time yesterday(10/18/2011) and had a fantastic experience. From the moment we arrived we were treated with a warm smile and prompt service. The guide we had was Art who was very attentive to me in particular because it was my first time ever on a horse. The trails had great views of wildlife. we saw 17 deer on our ride as well as other wild animals. The horse i rode on was Molly. I would suggest her to any first time riders. When we were finished we got to meet the owner Carla. She took a personal interest in our experience as it was our first time and told us of other services that they provide. My wife and I will be back in the near future.

Trevor and Karry Allen

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Today my daughter and I attended a birthday party at Dead Broke Farm. I must admit that I was a little apprehensive about my 7 year old riding a horse by herself as while as myself riding a horse alone. I wasn't planning on riding, but due to my daughter being afraid I decided to ride to show her that mommy wasn't afraid. The ride was fun and scary at the same time. This was our 1st time riding a horse without any assistance. (Hand held) Art lead the trail and Jamie walk along due to another child being scared. Art and Jamie were very skilled at their craft. They stopped to make sure the group stayed together and Jamie was very patient with the children and me when our horse did it

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★★★★☆

Today my daughter and I attended a birthday party at Dead Broke Farm. I must admit that I was a little apprehensive about my 7 year old riding a horse by herself as while as myself riding a horse alone. I wasn't planning on riding, but due to my daughter being afraid I decided to ride to show her that mommy wasn't afraid. The ride was fun and scary at the same time. This was our 1st time riding a horse without any assistance. (Hand held) Art lead the trail and Jamie walk along due to another child being scared. Art and Jamie were very skilled at their craft. They stopped to make sure the group stayed together and Jamie was very patient with the children and me when our horse did it

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Dead Broke Farm is the BEST place i have ever rode horses in my life. Carla and her daughter Dana are very hard workers and i respect them. They try there best to make sure the horse and customers are ready for the ride. I just wanted to say i had a very good ride and i will be coming back ASAP!

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★★★★★

Dead Broke Farm is the BEST place i have ever rode horses in my life. Carla and her daughter Dana are very hard workers and i respect them. They try there best to make sure the horse and customers are ready for the ride. I just wanted to say i had a very good ride and i will be coming back ASAP!

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I'm Carla, the owner of Dead Broke Farm, and your review below entitled ""Beware"" is dishonest. It's absolutely impossible for you to have ridden at our farm using a Groupon voucher, because the deal went live on the day of your review (Sept 4th) and ran for 3 days. No one was permitted to schedule a ride prior to the closing date on Sept 7th. I suspect that you are one of my competitors and not a real customer at all.

At our farm, we never put more than 15 people on a ride to avoid degrading the quality of the ride with too many inexperienced riders. We offer private rides for a $50 flat fee for a party of two or more people whether you're riding for just one hour or all day. If you want a private riding experience, we're happy cater to your wishes, but you have to help absorb the added cost of paying an additional guide for the day.

My daughter is 12 years old, and she began riding in the saddle with me when she was just 15 months old and was riding on her own by the time she was 4 1/2. So she has 8 years of real riding experience doing all-day rides, so I feel very confident that she's knowledgeable enough to help novice riders.

As for my mother, she's a very spry 71 year-old lady that the camp children adore. She taught herself to ride on a mule that she would ride back to the barn from the tobacco fields when she was a kid. She has at least 60 years of riding experience, and she raised me on a horse farm in Raleigh where we had over 70 head of horses. So I, myself, have more than 40 years of riding experience.

I have the best tack I've ever seen at ANY trail riding facility - bar none. I have saddles to fit riders from 4 years old up to 450 lb adults. I don't use ""buddy stirrups"" to make an adult saddle fit a child. Rather, I fit the saddle to the child.

My whole family works 7 days a week doing what we love: caring for our horses, rescuing those in need, and allowing the public to come out to enjoy them. If you didn't enjoy your ride, you're free to pursue riding at other establishments, but there's no excuse for slandering a business online for spite.

Being in the customer service industry I find myself in, I've learned one thing if I've learned nothing else: You can't please everyone all the time, and you do a disservice to your organization by even trying. So I choose to remain true to my mission. For those of you who appreciate what we do, we appreciate your business. For those of you who don't, go elsewhere. I'm proud of what we do, our horses, and my staff.

I might be able to comprehend you taking the time to write this review if you had fallen off, been mistreated, or suffered some other indiscretion at the hands of my staff, but there's no real meat to your complaint.

The review entitled ""Terrible Experience"" is also dishonest. I won't take the time to respond to each of her complaints as they too numerous, but suffice it to say that I did apologize to her in response to her email complaint, but I'd like to make it clear that I was only telling her that I was sorry that it wasn't what she had envisioned a group trail ride to be. My verbatim email response to her has been copied and pasted below for all to read.

Hi, Lisa. I'm sorry your experience wasn't what you thought it should be, but my staff had a different version of what happened. It seems that you may have had an unrealistic expectation of what a group trail ride should be. If you had wanted a private riding experience, you could've upgraded your Groupon vouchers to a private ride for an additional flat fee of $50 for your family. Then the guides could've catered to you and your children, and you could've ridden close to your daughters with no one between you.

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★★★★★

I'm Carla, the owner of Dead Broke Farm, and your review below entitled ""Beware"" is dishonest. It's absolutely impossible for you to have ridden at our farm using a Groupon voucher, because the deal went live on the day of your review (Sept 4th) and ran for 3 days. No one was permitted to schedule a ride prior to the closing date on Sept 7th. I suspect that you are one of my competitors and not a real customer at all.

At our farm, we never put more than 15 people on a ride to avoid degrading the quality of the ride with too many inexperienced riders. We offer private rides for a $50 flat fee for a party of two or more people whether you're riding for just one hour or all day. If you want a private riding experience, we're happy cater to your wishes, but you have to help absorb the added cost of paying an additional guide for the day.

My daughter is 12 years old, and she began riding in the saddle with me when she was just 15 months old and was riding on her own by the time she was 4 1/2. So she has 8 years of real riding experience doing all-day rides, so I feel very confident that she's knowledgeable enough to help novice riders.

As for my mother, she's a very spry 71 year-old lady that the camp children adore. She taught herself to ride on a mule that she would ride back to the barn from the tobacco fields when she was a kid. She has at least 60 years of riding experience, and she raised me on a horse farm in Raleigh where we had over 70 head of horses. So I, myself, have more than 40 years of riding experience.

I have the best tack I've ever seen at ANY trail riding facility - bar none. I have saddles to fit riders from 4 years old up to 450 lb adults. I don't use ""buddy stirrups"" to make an adult saddle fit a child. Rather, I fit the saddle to the child.

My whole family works 7 days a week doing what we love: caring for our horses, rescuing those in need, and allowing the public to come out to enjoy them. If you didn't enjoy your ride, you're free to pursue riding at other establishments, but there's no excuse for slandering a business online for spite.

Being in the customer service industry I find myself in, I've learned one thing if I've learned nothing else: You can't please everyone all the time, and you do a disservice to your organization by even trying. So I choose to remain true to my mission. For those of you who appreciate what we do, we appreciate your business. For those of you who don't, go elsewhere. I'm proud of what we do, our horses, and my staff.

I might be able to comprehend you taking the time to write this review if you had fallen off, been mistreated, or suffered some other indiscretion at the hands of my staff, but there's no real meat to your complaint.

The review entitled ""Terrible Experience"" is also dishonest. I won't take the time to respond to each of her complaints as they too numerous, but suffice it to say that I did apologize to her in response to her email complaint, but I'd like to make it clear that I was only telling her that I was sorry that it wasn't what she had envisioned a group trail ride to be. My verbatim email response to her has been copied and pasted below for all to read.

Hi, Lisa. I'm sorry your experience wasn't what you thought it should be, but my staff had a different version of what happened. It seems that you may have had an unrealistic expectation of what a group trail ride should be. If you had wanted a private riding experience, you could've upgraded your Groupon vouchers to a private ride for an additional flat fee of $50 for your family. Then the guides could've catered to you and your children, and you could've ridden close to your daughters with no one between you.

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I took a trailride here with my kids and it was the most terrible experience I have ever had. They staff was unprofessional and arguing with eachother on the ride, horses not behaving, kids on horses they shouldn't have been on. Coulnd't take pictures, felt rushed. Sure isn't a family experience. No apology from the staff or owner. Keep your money and go somewhere else!

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★☆☆☆☆

I took a trailride here with my kids and it was the most terrible experience I have ever had. They staff was unprofessional and arguing with eachother on the ride, horses not behaving, kids on horses they shouldn't have been on. Coulnd't take pictures, felt rushed. Sure isn't a family experience. No apology from the staff or owner. Keep your money and go somewhere else!

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I took a trailride there using the groupon deal...Trail ride had too many riders ( approx. 20 riders including young children) to be safe. The owners adolescent daughter led the ride, the grandmother pulled up the rear and consistently berated a young rider for her lack of horsemanship skills. The other ""staff"" consisted of youth volunteers. Equipment was old and many fell apart and broke during the ride creating safety hazards. I could keep going.. Beware!

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★☆☆☆☆

I took a trailride there using the groupon deal...Trail ride had too many riders ( approx. 20 riders including young children) to be safe. The owners adolescent daughter led the ride, the grandmother pulled up the rear and consistently berated a young rider for her lack of horsemanship skills. The other ""staff"" consisted of youth volunteers. Equipment was old and many fell apart and broke during the ride creating safety hazards. I could keep going.. Beware!

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Our older daughter (8) has enjoyed Dead Broke Farm in summers past but this year her sister (5) joined her. This was the PERFECT place to spend some time before the craziness of kindergarten hits. Both were all smiles when we picked them up and it was great to know that they spent the days around horses, bunnies, pups, chickens, etc------they made lots of friends, too! Thank you! Hope to see you soon---won't wait until the summer this time.

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★★★★★

Our older daughter (8) has enjoyed Dead Broke Farm in summers past but this year her sister (5) joined her. This was the PERFECT place to spend some time before the craziness of kindergarten hits. Both were all smiles when we picked them up and it was great to know that they spent the days around horses, bunnies, pups, chickens, etc------they made lots of friends, too! Thank you! Hope to see you soon---won't wait until the summer this time.

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My daughter is 7 and absolutely loves horses. This was her first time at Dead Broke Farms and she has had a great time. There are a lot of activities to keep the kids busy. There is also lots of shade on those hot summer days. She definitely wants to go back for another week.

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★★★★★

My daughter is 7 and absolutely loves horses. This was her first time at Dead Broke Farms and she has had a great time. There are a lot of activities to keep the kids busy. There is also lots of shade on those hot summer days. She definitely wants to go back for another week.

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I took my boyfriend on his first trail ride here this past June. The trails were great and very shady on a hot day. The horses were great and looked very well cared for. The guides did a demonstration before everyone mounted on how to mount, dismount and control the horse so everyone knew what they were doing when the ride began.

I will definitely book another trail ride here in the future!

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★★★★☆

I took my boyfriend on his first trail ride here this past June. The trails were great and very shady on a hot day. The horses were great and looked very well cared for. The guides did a demonstration before everyone mounted on how to mount, dismount and control the horse so everyone knew what they were doing when the ride began.

I will definitely book another trail ride here in the future!

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My daughter is 10 years old and this was her first summer camp experience. She asked me to please sign her up for another week!\r
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The kids all seem to have a good time and my daughter has made many new friends. They get to ride horses twice a day for a week! If they do not want to ride a horse then they can take a ""hay ride"".\r
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Hot as all get out this week but the area they are in is well shaded and they ride on trails in the woods.\r
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Overall a great experience and one that we will likely do again next summer.

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★★★★☆

My daughter is 10 years old and this was her first summer camp experience. She asked me to please sign her up for another week!\r
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The kids all seem to have a good time and my daughter has made many new friends. They get to ride horses twice a day for a week! If they do not want to ride a horse then they can take a ""hay ride"".\r
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Hot as all get out this week but the area they are in is well shaded and they ride on trails in the woods.\r
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Overall a great experience and one that we will likely do again next summer.

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This was our first experience with Dead Broke Farm, and it compares well with other camps we have done: there are plenty of activities, the staff are helpful, and the horses are numerous and well cared-for. We plan to do it again.

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★★★★☆

This was our first experience with Dead Broke Farm, and it compares well with other camps we have done: there are plenty of activities, the staff are helpful, and the horses are numerous and well cared-for. We plan to do it again.

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This is the 2nd summer my children, Daniel & Lauren have spent at Dead Broke Farm and they absolutley love. I can see it in their eyes and hear it in their voices how much fun they are having everyday when they come home talking about what they did that day on the farm. Last summer my son earned his Horsemanship Merit Badge for Boy Scouts & became a volunteer at the camp. My daughter knows most of the horses by name & wants to be a volunteer when she is old enough. They have learned so much about caring & responsibility. I'll keep sending them as long as they want to go!

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★★★★★

This is the 2nd summer my children, Daniel & Lauren have spent at Dead Broke Farm and they absolutley love. I can see it in their eyes and hear it in their voices how much fun they are having everyday when they come home talking about what they did that day on the farm. Last summer my son earned his Horsemanship Merit Badge for Boy Scouts & became a volunteer at the camp. My daughter knows most of the horses by name & wants to be a volunteer when she is old enough. They have learned so much about caring & responsibility. I'll keep sending them as long as they want to go!

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Hi I am 7 almost 8 and I live in Delaware. I come to my Nana and Papa's house every summer. I have a handicap arm and cannot do all the things that all my friends do like gymnastics and sports. I have always loved horses. Especially My Little Pony. My Nana took me on a horse trail ride last year as a surpriseat Dead Broke Horse Farm to see if I would like it. I LOVED IT and the people were all so nice and very helpful. They cared about me and wanted me to have this chance to learn about horses. I really loved my horse Daisey. She was chosen for me because it was my very first ride. She was SO beautiful and I know she really loved me. My Nana said if I did really good in school I could go to horse camp next summer. I made all S+'s so I could go. So I am in my first week at camp and I have met so many people who are very smart about horses and they have taught me so much. I learned how they care for the horses and they even let me FEED the horses. I was nervous at first but love the closeness and Ms Kim my leader stayed close to help me and make sure I fed them the right way. It tickles when they take the apples. I love horse camp and love meeting all my new friends. I get to go swimming, make crafts, play with all the animals and best of all love on the horses. Many of my new friends have come to this camp for a LONG time. I want to keep doing good in school so I can come back again next year and many more after that.

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★★★★★

Hi I am 7 almost 8 and I live in Delaware. I come to my Nana and Papa's house every summer. I have a handicap arm and cannot do all the things that all my friends do like gymnastics and sports. I have always loved horses. Especially My Little Pony. My Nana took me on a horse trail ride last year as a surpriseat Dead Broke Horse Farm to see if I would like it. I LOVED IT and the people were all so nice and very helpful. They cared about me and wanted me to have this chance to learn about horses. I really loved my horse Daisey. She was chosen for me because it was my very first ride. She was SO beautiful and I know she really loved me. My Nana said if I did really good in school I could go to horse camp next summer. I made all S+'s so I could go. So I am in my first week at camp and I have met so many people who are very smart about horses and they have taught me so much. I learned how they care for the horses and they even let me FEED the horses. I was nervous at first but love the closeness and Ms Kim my leader stayed close to help me and make sure I fed them the right way. It tickles when they take the apples. I love horse camp and love meeting all my new friends. I get to go swimming, make crafts, play with all the animals and best of all love on the horses. Many of my new friends have come to this camp for a LONG time. I want to keep doing good in school so I can come back again next year and many more after that.

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My daughter (8 yr) and son (13 yr) just attended a week of daycamp at Dead Broke Farm and had a fantastic time. Shady trail rides every day, loads of small farm animals to love and pet, plus a pool to cool off in--lots of fun activities in a relaxed horse-farm setting. The horses were gentle and well cared for. The staff were professional and courteous. My daughter had a minor medical issue one day, and I was really impressed with how one of the counselors kept in touch with me (nice job, Dana!).

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★★★★★

My daughter (8 yr) and son (13 yr) just attended a week of daycamp at Dead Broke Farm and had a fantastic time. Shady trail rides every day, loads of small farm animals to love and pet, plus a pool to cool off in--lots of fun activities in a relaxed horse-farm setting. The horses were gentle and well cared for. The staff were professional and courteous. My daughter had a minor medical issue one day, and I was really impressed with how one of the counselors kept in touch with me (nice job, Dana!).

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