I've been taking lessons at Rah Sadj for almost 8 years, and boarded my beloved horse there for 5. My daughter took lessons there from the time she was about 8 until she got ready to leave for college. I can't say enough good things about the facility and the owner/trainer. The barn is clean, the horses lovingly cared for and, most of all, it is a super-safe place for both riders and horses. I was stunned to see the negative review...it's like the writer was talking about a different facility. It is certainly NOT the case that Rah Sadj can't handle large horses (there are several there well over 16 hands); it is the case that dangerous, out-of-control or agressive horses are not welcome there. That is a good thing! We were asked to find a different home for our first horse because he was agressive, could not safely be put out in the pasture with other horses (he kicked, bit and bullied) and was agressive with other horses in the arena. In other words, he was a safety and liability risk, and we whole-heartedly agreed with the owner/trainer that he needed another home. Our second horse, a very frightened rescue horse, was welcomed to the barn, cared for with great patience and understanding, and eventually became a wonderful horse that my daughter and I shared until she left for college and we found him a new home. The owner/trainer and her employees (both the stable man and the trainers she had working with the horse) worked very hard with us and our horse to make his time at Rah Sadj happy and successful, which was definitely not an easy task in the beginning. These are wonderful people who truly love horses and care about making riding both safe and enjoyable. Whether you're 5 or 55 (or more!), this is a wonderful place to ride, board and train!