Their pamphlet is very misleading. The prices were high, but according to the pamphlet we had some really good dinner choices. We were expecting prime rib, but we showed up and found out you had to pay $20 more for the prime rib, after we already paid $60 per person in our 7 person party. We decided to stick to the menu options they presented us, which included; pot roast, chicken Alfredo and pulled pork. None were very good, we felt like we were eating in a hospital cafeteria! Putting the food behind us, we then focused on the show. The horse were beautiful and amazing, no doubt about that. The music, however, played every time the horses performed and it was very loud. It was almost painfully loud, my grandfather had put earplugs in, luckily I had some in my purse. Overall, the horses were good! Everything else, not so much. Especially, for the price of tickets.