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Nathanael N.
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Report | 4 months ago
Kids & I had a great time, worth the drive, highly recommend..! Tip: bring a couple carrots to give the horses, it's fun to get to feed them from your hand...
Rachel P.
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Report | 2 years ago
She knows what she is doing, is no nonsense and it was a fun, safe way to try out horse back riding.
Kim J.
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Report | 2 years ago
Very pleasant experience for the kids

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Six-year-old Tammy McDonald fearlessly hops into the saddle for her first horseback lesson, excited to finally follow in her family’s equestrian footsteps with this foray into riding. Fast-forward to 1988, as Tammy––by now an experienced competitive rider and horse trainer–– takes over Willow Lake Ranch from her family and converts it into a horse-training facility of her own. Intent on fully transforming the facility, Tammy has since dappled the rolling ranch’s lush pastures and clusters of evergreens with horse-centric amenities including a covered riding arena, tack rooms, and a wash rack replete with pony-sized shower caps. Over the course of any given week, Tammy and her crew of instructors can be found imparting their sizeable know-how to pupils of all ages and abilities during riding lessons or helping experienced riders hone their skills via intensive clinics held periodically throughout the year. As summer unfurls, full-day riding camps introduce young steed riders to horses via activities such as basic tacking skills and games of MASH with the stallion of their choice.

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