Not sure that the other reviews had the right farm when they posted negative comments. All of the horses are fat and happy and the instruction is excellent. They had Horse of the Year again this... year! And the IEA program was great, friendly and fun and the teams did very well. A great farm overall!VIEW MORE »VIEW LESS »
Daughter has riden for 7 years. We moved to this barn 8 months ago and we love it. All levels of riding available for AA to local. Trainers work together. Parents are wonderful and helpful. ... Horses are well taken care of with some of the best grooms I have seen in Atlanta. We have found our forever barn!VIEW MORE »VIEW LESS »
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Not sure that the other reviews had the right farm when they posted negative comments. All of the horses are fat and happy and the instruction is excellent. They had Horse of the Year again this year! And the IEA program was great, friendly and fun and the teams did very well. A great farm overall!
Daughter has riden for 7 years. We moved to this barn 8 months ago and we love it. All levels of riding available for AA to local. Trainers work together. Parents are wonderful and helpful. Horses are well taken care of with some of the best grooms I have seen in Atlanta. We have found our forever barn!
The Best of the Best, I love the program here, from beginners to advanced riders everyone is included. They have the nicest lesson horses around, I love coming out to ride them. Personally I have not seen better horse care and horse flesh at any of the other barns in the Atlanta area. Here every rider is able to reach their personal goals, no matter how lofty. And OMG I LOVE IT!!!
Steer clear of everything associated with the family owners as well as the trainers. Bad instruction, rude and cliquish group that cares nothing for horses or teaching people to ride. Honestly a despicable group that leaves a bad taste in your mouth. Go anywhere else. It will to be better than Foxcroft Farms.
i had one lesson there, i had been riding for a bout 3.5 years but 2 people in my neighborhood rode there. they both love it. (clearly they havent ridden anywhere else) great place for looks but idk, they dont seem very friendly. more, do this. k, now this. one person has been riding there 3 years and 'somewhere' (she might read this) we got to see each other ride. she was really bad. jumping with one hand on hip was to her 'totaly an awesome excersise' um... no. its expensive and you dont get what you payed for.
I bought a horse from here. Rescued is a better term. He was starved to the point where he didn't have energy to do anything. I think this was their purpose. They buy horses that are not for beginners and starve them so they are too weak to do anything. I have seen kids come from here terrified because the horse took off with them every time they saw food. There are many kids here, probably because their parents don't know any better. The riding instruction is not very good.
Lots has changed at Foxcroft, new instructors, lesson horses etc. There are a lot of serious riders at the barn but the staff is wonderful and has done a great job with my daughter. The horses are safe and the facilities are beautiful, pricey worth the cost.
Waited 30 mins for initial appt; several people came and went and no one said a word to me - I had to go out into the barn and start asking for the person I was supposed to meet. Seemed stuck up and cliquish. When I did have my first (and only) lesson, teacher was rude, a terrible instructor and pretty much mocked me for not knowing anything about riding. I'd steer way clear of this place unless you are a very experienced rider and are willing to get past some very unfriendly people. Oh, and the lesson horses are clearly not viewed as being as valuable as the expensive boarded horses.
when o bought my pony i was appauled to discover the history of him. foxcroft through him away like nothing to a broker because he bucked a rider off. foxcroft didn't take the time to discover he had stomach ulsers, and that is a common side effect without treatment. when they saw him being tried out at a show, they called the broker and told him to jack up the price even though he was skin and bones...just because i looked good on him. they don't deserve even one star.
Stuck up and snooty. Horrible staff and horses.