Not bad, but not good
This is an average stable. There is about 90 acres of land, divided up between self care and full care boarders. The barns are older style, but have attached runs which are hard to find on a lot of newer stables. The arena could be maintained better and should have more lighting, but is a decent size. The round pen is less desirable, having some kind of orange netting around it to keep horses from "getting to close" to the fencing, which is half-height pipe fence. I liked the patrons, as they are friendly and helpful for the most part. It was a bit hard to get help fixing some broken items in the tack room and stall however, and getting items picked up out in the pastures is impossible. Overall, mediocre at best. Quality of care depends on what kind of boarding you are paying for. I boarded 1 horse and he was constantly coming up lame or injured if I let him get turned out on the schedule. I was not contacted about these injuries by the facility as one would expect to be when paying for care. I guess I just expect better service than most, but then again I care about my horse.