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The trainers offer a wealth of knowledge and experience, the boarders are welcoming, and the atmosphere is amazing. Endless wide open space and wonderful arenas. Regardless If you are looking to show or just learn the fundamentals, all levels are welcome.
Posted: 1/09/2017 • Link to this review
Beautiful place with a great staff! A well taken care of facility who has the horses needs as their priority.
Area San Diego, CA
Cost $250 - $499
Date January 2016
Posted: 1/07/2017 • Link to this review
This place is very different from any other facility I have ever been to. It's huge and peaceful, surrounded by mountains and lots of trails and amenities. The management, trainers and staff are amazing.
Area Poway, CA
Cost $250 - $499
Posted: 1/06/2017 • Link to this review
What more could you ask for in a boarding and training facility? Professional staff, kind and knowledgeable trainers. Beautiful facility with tons of amenities! Great trails and views! The footing is fantastic and top quality! Great for night riding as well. Indoor washracks are awesome! Highly recommend! The review below talks about the group lesson... The lesson is 1x/week for 1 hour and the people riding in the group are all boarders... it's not a bunch of random people. The group is typically held in the small ring and MAYBE 1-2x/ year it will be held in large ring. There are 7 arenas at this facility it's not a big deal.
Posted: 2/26/2015 • Last edited: 3/03/2015 • Link to this review
I boarded with the facility for a year or so. Manager is very nice but allows this Very unfriendly aggressive trainer on site. Western trainer there screams at boarders and customers. Uses the large arena for large lessons that prohibits others from riding in. Makes it very uncomfortable to be there. A lot of the boarders make a point of going there after the trainer is gone for the day. T
Posted: 1/28/2015 • Last edited: 2/26/2015 • Link to this review
I boarded with Royal Ridge for 5 months and was disappointed. The hay is poor quality, banketing temps poorly managed, large lessons frequently over-take arena, promised lighting over stall/never happened, wreckless adolescents jump and over-work horses unsupervised, visited horse daily and stall was always dirty, paid for supplementing and days were frequently missed. Overall, you are paying for the views and trails.
Posted: 2/15/2012 • Last edited: 2/26/2015 • Link to this review
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