Three Crowns Farm

Horse Riding
1140 West State Route 46, Geneva, FL 32732 1140 West State Route 46, Geneva Directions
+14075740527
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When you are on the hunt for something fun to do this weekend, head to Geneva's Three Crowns Farm, FL. This weekend, don't do the same old thing. Head to this place!

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Report | a month ago
Extremely rude. I called to inquire about horse training lessons and asked what prices were offered if you want to ride just one day. He said, "I don't let people just sit on my horses one day. Go to Disney for that." Woow. Lol This place is a joke.
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Report | 4 years ago
Please take this company off of your Groupon deal site. They are rude and horrible and have many poor reviews. Thank you.
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Report | 4 years ago
They are not recommended for beginner riders and lack patients.
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Report | 4 years ago
It would make it easier on the clients if the paperwork were better organized, and if the horses were ready at a reasonable time. Having to wait over an hour for the horses to be saddled but us on a time crunch (others in our party had to work or attend to previous obligations). Be more forthcoming about the differences between English and American riding styles to let the clients know what to expect. And finally, start the ride with the slower trails and end in the field where they like to run, this would give everyone a chance to feel more comfortable on their horse before trotting.
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Report | 4 years ago
The place was run down and dirty -- did not look anything like what they advertised on their website. We were kept waiting for almost an hour after we arrived for our appointment, so we stood around and watched them feed and groom the horses. The people were not friendly or hospitable, and the younger girl was almost hostile any time we asked a question. She and the man that were our "guides" gave us conflicting instructions, if you could call it that. They would speak to each other in their language but pretty much ignored us except to be catty. They were the rudest people I've met in a long time. Worst horseback riding experience of my life.
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Report | 4 years ago
The horses were not in good condition. Several were very thin and had ribs showing. Cooking oil was present which is used provide fast fattening. Which isn't healthy for the animal. There were questionable practices on the REUSE of previous liability release forms. There were some pages that had been used several times before. Not very forth coming on answers on valid questions. The people running the place are not exactly very friendly.
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Report | 4 years ago
Horrible service. We were barely greeted or spoken too. Made it very uncomfortable and unwelcoming.
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Report | 5 years ago
I think the tour leader Philip was great n made the tour fun n the acres of land that he runs is beautiful
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Report | 5 years ago
They were un-welcoming and did nothing to put us at ease. it is just some guy with horses and a trailer in a field. They were mean to the horses. They put myself and my kids on horses in a thunder/lightening storm which made both the horse and us nervous. It was an unsafe situation. Do not reccommend at all for anyone!
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Deep in eastern Seminole County, Three Crowns Farm's prime location next to next to Lake Proctor Wilderness Area affords mounted visitors direct access to miles of scenic trails. Riders can bone up on skills during a lesson in dressage, jumping, or reining, and then head out on the network of well-worn routes for a variety of trail rides. The morning ride sets out at 7 a.m., providing a pleasurable start to the day or cap to a night spent trying to empathize with horses by sleeping standing up. For night owls, the moonlight ride embarks at 7 p.m. and catches the sunset before returning at 8:30 p.m.. The farm recommends that riders wear protective clothing and shoes that cover the feet.

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