My experience at Fair Hill Stables was almost the exact opposite of the last review. I do agree that it can be a hard barn to find but I called for directions from the Fair Hill barn and the employee talked me through the park. I find the guides very friendly and love their horses. I was there for an intermediate trail and it was a great ride. The guides that took us out were happy to answer our questions and my horse was wonderful. We will definitely be back and thought it very reasonable at $35.
I found Fairhill Stables online, I went on March 20, 2010 for the 1130 am trail ride, I had a female guide which I cant remember her name. The trails were horrible, I dont know why they call it a trail ride all she did was talk the entire time, and take us threw the feilds and show us the jumps. The trail guides were rude and acted as if I didnt know anything. I am a intermediate rider but they spoke to me like I was there for riding lessons. instead of being able to enjoy my ride, all the trial guide did was critize my riding, and talk and text on her cell phone. She didnt even give me five minutes to speak without cutting me back off again. I would never recommend this place to anyone, they speak to you as if you are a child, and they are not very personable, thet let you stand there for 15 minutes before asking you your information for he trail ride, the place is very hard to find, and was definally NOT worth the hour drive up there. The stables are dirty and their horses definally are not well trained. The guides are full of themselfs and break every single rule they tell you in the beginning. Not to mention they make you wear a dirty helmet that doesnt even fit and falls down your face while riding. This place was not worth the 35 dollar for a hour trail ride, I couldnt wait untill I was able to see the barn again to be able to escape the absoutely horrible ride. This expierence was not fun by any means, The trail guids talk about you as if you dont know anything, and then expect you to feel comfortable on your ride with them. While ridinf you had to be literally nose to butt with the other horse, you couldnt even stray away a foot without the guide crackin back down on what your doing wrong of course. If i wanted a riding lesson I would have taken one. Please dont waste your time or money on this place it is definally not worth it.
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