We rode in a group of 15 guests with 4 guides. The ranch has a total of 25 horses, most of whom are rescue horses. Many are poorly trained and badly behaved. There were 4 horses on our ride who decided to drop to the ground more than once with riders on and then roll in the sand. While most of us were able to get out of our stirrups and avoid injury, but my brother was not so lucky. He suffered bruised ribs and had to take pain killers for 10 days. Linda knows which horses do this, yet she continues to subject her guests to dangerous rides on these misbehaved horses.
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