Beautiful landscape and scenery.
A lot of land to ride on.
The trail guide didn't really talk to our group or share stories; it was mostly silent.
My horse wasn't very cooperative and appeared upset. He kept biting at my feet, kept going off the trail and walked through trees despite my being stern in trying to guide him correctly, and there wasn't much introduction or friendliness before or after the ride.
There wasn't any trotting or anything along our ride, which I've experienced at other horse riding places.
We just expected more considering it was $45/person
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