This is the nicest horse retirement facility I have ever been to. The fencing, shelters, and general upkeep is well done. It is a beautiful, serene location with well-kept horses who will now have a safe and healthy retirement. It is lovely for children and there are not a lot of gory stories at their eye-level to upset them. Please -ask a volunteer to show your children the correct way to feed carrots, as I saw numerous children doing it unsafely. There are picnic tables all over so bring your lunch and enjoy one of the most tranquil settings you will ever see. You might also be a little humbled at what two retired people have accomplished here.
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