I have nothing but good things to say about this place. I was there April 1, 2011 and was amazed by how nice everyone was. As soon as we walked in we were greeted by a very nice guide. He set us up with some waivers an told us to read over them carefully. He was called away to the stables for a moment and told us to check out the museum. There were a lot of interesting artifacts in there. When we were done, he told us to go by the cafe and view the 4 minute safety video (which is required to ride). After the while we decided to wait a few min and check out the petting zoo. They had Emus, goats, peacocks, and even a miniature horse! We went to the stable and was very impressed. All of the horses looked very healthy and were well taken care of. The stable workers were wonderful to talk to and were able to answer any question we threw at them. I haven't been on a horse in ten year and they set me at ease. I was set up with Apachie, a wonderful tan horse. Our tour guide told us a few basics and tips and we were off. Upon taking off, they take your picture and are available for purchase after the ride. The ride was about three miles and took about an hour. The views we saw were absolutely amazing. The guide told us interesting facts as we went along and stopped often to make sure we were okay. All in all, it was a wonderful experience and I cannot wait to go back!