My comments are directed at horseman42 and hrselvr,.OK, enough of the ""Management-Bashing""! Do you people know what's involved with running a boarding stable? Lots of blood, sweat, tears & money. If you had / have a problem with the owners, be an adult and approach them respectfully and try to work it out. If you have / had any ideas on improving the establishment, bring it to their attention! The statement of loading a horse into a trailer with a front end loader tractor has got to be the most ridiculous thing in the world! Do you have any PROOF of this? Are you willing to share this proof? And by the way, what's your real name?
My name is Cheryl Snyder, and my horse, goat & I have been very happy here over the years. My horse & I have been at Rocking B Stables for at least 6 years. My goat is only 2 1/2 years old & was born on their ranch.
I always come to the owners if I have a concern and they have ALWAYS worked with me!
The ranch is very affordable & if you check around, you'll see it's true. The boarders are very friendly & we help each other.
All the horses are attended to properly. If you were not happy at Rocking B Stables, why did you board your horse(s) here in the first place?
There's bound to be accidents & horses not liking their pen mates or ""neigh""bors at ANY facility. If I see something that doesn't look right I tell the ranch owners immediately and they investigate right away.
I like the management at Rocking B Stables, and am very disgusted with the trash talk about them!
Like I said previously, it takes a lot to run a horse boarding facility. If YOU owned a boarding facility, I'm certain you would appreciate helpful comments / suggestions instead of people trashing you!
Now, if you'd like to leave your real name and comment on what I have written, feel free. Or just come on down to the ranch & ask for me, I'm the only Cheryl who boards there. Thank you.
By the way, the Veterinarian sets his fees, NOT Rocking B Stables! If you cannot be there to hold your horse for the vet or farrier calls, you should pay a holding fee. I have done so, and appreciated the help!