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What I like: I was at the stable with my uncle in 1967 I think. Trainer there at the time was Blue Max.
My Uncle Eugene Joy had 2 stallions there. One was Fortune a Liver Chestnut Morgan Stallion and American Golden Palomino Saddlebred King. My uncle trailered my POA mare there and we went riding we had a great time. It was beautiful. I got to ride my uncles morgan after and I had him doing flying lead changes in the covered arena in front of the trainer and was informed that this horse would blow up on male riders who tried to cue his right lead. They were all wonderful to me and my Uncle . I will never forget that place. What a Marvelous Memory.
What needs improvement: Don\'t know what could be improved as it has been along time since I was there last. They use to have fox hunts. Do they still have them?
They use to have hot and cold running bath water as well. Guess they don\'t now though
What I like: I really liked the covered arenas but it is very picky about who can go into them and when. Trainers have their own private turn outs.
What needs improvement: The price you pay is not at all what you get. I was really surprised that a 600 hundred dollar stall had plywood that was falling apart and old and run down stalls. Most of e people there are English and weren't that welcoming to a western rider.
What needs improvement: The Dirt Roads. Main roads should at least be paved. Pretty overpriced. Paying about $700 for a 12X24 pipe stall. You are pretty much paying for the Coto De Caza title. People are snobby and insecure. People try to show off. I feel more like I'm at a fashion show when I'm there. Gaits are a pain in the butt.