I've been riding here for two years now, and I love it. The faculty is knowledgable, the kids are great. The horses are calm and are trained well (or being trained well). It's a very close-knit barn family. We do boarding, as well as just lessons. We have trails going back through the woods, four fields for turnout, a dressage arena, an outdoor and an indoor. You can do lessons in Western, English, dressage, jumping; practically any discipline. No one is ever too busy to give you help, and they pride themselves on having students who know what they're doing. We also do home schooling shows, and the more advanced riders go to away shows during the season.
Pros: Prices are average
Cons: Tedious learning; must master basics first