I took my girls horseback riding. It was the first time I'd gone in a long time and it was the longest I've ever been on a horse. My only expectation was that the ride be pleasant and the only thing that made it pleasant are the two guides that accompanied me and my girls(2girls). I was given a horse by the name of Maggie. Maggie was a biting horse and she was stubborn. They knew I had not ridden but I was still given "Sassy" Maggie. The first half of the ride she did fine but half way through she took off running 5 yes, 5 times. I have never been on a running horse and so yes I went into a panic the first two times. the last three time I had can control of myself because I didn't want my girls to panic. My saddle had to be tighten twice by the lead guide because it wasn't placed on Maggie properly and I literally leaning to the left and her first couple of episodes. It also appeared that Maggie's owner was wearing the closes things he cold find to a Confederate Flagged Hat as he could without actually wearing one. I dropped my keys down a 6ft deep water drain, they were gracious in using a tractor to remove the top, climb down in the drain and retrieve my keys, but the horse ride shook me to the core. I was asked how did my ride go by one of the working women and I told her about Maggie and my loose saddle. I was not even offered any recompense. I'll never ever go back to this place again, My girls on the other had had a great time. They were given cooperative horses and they feed some of the horses that were located in the stables some carrots before we left.
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