I decided to take my niece horseback riding for her birthday! We have been to different horse farms before so understand the experience. This was a terrible experience. First the animals were not taken care of properly. When we were getting ready to mount our horses, there was an older lady standing by the chicken house holding a dead chicken waving it in the air yelling at a younger girl that this is what happens when you don't give them water and then threw the dead chicken in the field. Which already made my niece uneasy and a little scared. Then we start the horse trail ride. The guides were younger girls that couldn't of been no more than 12 or 13 years old. The front guide was texting and talking on her cellphone throughout the entire trail and not being attentive to the riders or their needs. My niece got started at the front of line and I got stuck at the end. When you pay for a trail ride you would like to at least ride together. When I asked the guide at the end if I could ride closer to her she told me no that we already started the ride. The guides did not assist at all with trying to keep everyone on course and the horses would go off of the trail. When you have younger children riding horses that have minimum experience you should have the guides be more attentive and helping them. Thankfully no one was hurt during our trail ride but the potential was there. I was never so thankful when the ride came to an end out of fear that something would happen to my niece or myself. When we got back to the barn there was no one around to assist us off of our horses. I had to help my niece get down and when I asked a lady to help us she said well just hop off of the horse. This was a terrible experience. The area was very dirty and unkept. I understand that it is a farm but the upkeep could be a lot better. I do not recommend this horse farm to anyone especially with younger children.
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