I was disappointed in this business not only as a tourist but as a horse owner. I usually don't write reviews, but I don't think what this business does is right, and potential riders should know. \r
This place is basically a backyard operation---which I have no problem with, because I can imagine the prices of real estate in this area. But the owner is obviously out for profit by taking in way more boarders and trail horses than the small and pretty decrepit-looking facilities can obviously handle. \r
The paddocks are hardly bigger than stalls with almost no grass in sight. The horses we rode were poorly groomed and had been standing saddled in their stalls for god knows how long before we got there. I could hear my mare had a loose shoe, but the tour guide said she'd be fine, even for the hour of mostly asphalt-walking. \r
The horses are clearly treated like little more than off-roading vehicles, and I would've canceled when we got there if it wasn't so expensive. If you have any respect for animals, stay away.