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Jessica B.
Report | 4 days ago
Awesome tranquil adventure!! My shoes got a tad muddy so don't wear anything too cute. But the staff was awesome and I would definitely recommend trying. Great for first timers like myself.
Carol A.
Report | 9 days ago
I really love it. It was a great Valentine's Day!
Erica F.
Report | 11 days ago
The best horse riding company ever!!!! Lionel and Sage where so amazing with everything!! We will visit again soon when we come back from Michigan :)
Arianne K.
Report | 13 days ago
Everything was really nice. The family was very friendly, and so were the horses. You guys are doing an awesome thing by rescuing these beautiful horses. thanks for an awesome experience. We will definitely be back!!!!
Tiffany C.
Report | 14 days ago
Super nice family with beautiful well trained horses. Might come back for lessons
Carmella M.
Report | 17 days ago
Friendly staff.
Zach W.
Report | a month ago
Awesome trip. Will be back!
Michael A.
Report | a month ago
Awesome experience!! Lovely staff and the horses are very gentle and patient. Overall a wonderful experience
Heather L.
Report | 2 months ago
Amazing time, great people, definitely going back again.
Michele S.
Report | 2 months ago
Lionel was a fabulous guide for my 6 year-old son who was a first time rider. Easy trail at a slow pace.
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The round sun teeters on the barn's gable roof, threatening to roll right down. In a quick burst of wind, leaves begin clapping, as if in response to the equestrians trotting regally past. A smaller group of 10 riders wait patiently as guides corral a posse of good-natured horses, who toss their manes and lift their hooves with the joy of motion on a woodland trail ride past Wolfshohl Horse Training's gardens. Downwind, an individual lesson has a skilled trainer versing a 5-year-old about tack, grooming, and the techniques involved in English and Western riding styles. After patrons dismount at trail's end, they can question guides about holding a special event, boarding a pony, or the uncertain ramifications of using a lucky horseshoe to break a mirror.

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