The horses had patches of sores with no hair and green tinge, they looked underfed and were not given water between the trek before us and when we got on.
There were only a limited number of "beginner" horses.
The guide - would use the term loosely - was on a skittish horse with a beginner on a lead which caused her horse to jump and try to pull away which scared her which the guide thought was funny.
The horses are under fed, tired, poorly groomed with open sores. The guide kept galloping ahead away from the group with no regard to anyone's safety or ability to know where we were going.
A big part of the trek is on a busy road which isn't picturesque or comforting to inexperienced riders.
The guide speaks almost no English (or likes to let you think he does), has no problems laughing at riders who are not as confident.
When we got back from the 2 hour trek the guides horse's mouth was bleeding from the guide being so forceful with the bit.
Feel so sorry for the horses as with the prices the company charges they can afford to treat them in a humane way.
Disgusted that human beings from any country can treat animals like this and get away with it.
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