I will say though, the guides are definitely on their high horses, as are most of their boarders. The guides would always try to tell me how to do something on the horse, make it do something, etc and I'd always tell them off. Unless they've gotten new guides in the past year, none of them offer me advice anymore. I go there to gain more experience in handling naughty horses, not listen to someone who can sit on a kidsafe horse and navigate trails. I do not brag, but I (and many others that I know) are much better riders than them, and I'm surprised they haven't hired in better riders for their guides.
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