I'm so thrilled. We went and checked it out. They've fixed up a lot of things, and they're even making and putting up some jumps. He said that since I already know how to ride, I'd be riding one of the more difficult horses, probably Avalanche, a gray Thoroughbred stallion that I've always admired (he might have been gelded since I was last there, but I hope not... :P). I'm going out tomorrow morning around nine, and figuring things out, like which horse(s) I'll work with, and so on. I hope I can do some real things with them. :)
I think one of the big reasons he was so eager is because there are only three, four, and MAYBE five people trying to exercize, care for, train, and overall be around around forty to fifty horses. Half of them are under the age of 5, and of the rest, half of those are under the age of 10.
So I hope I'll be able to help out some by working some of the horses that aren't in the beginner's lesson class, some of the horses that need a more experienced rider.