Pam was very professional, personable and courteous - the horses were obviously well cared for and tack was clean and well fitting. The majority of the horses were draft crosses - and their demeanor of "gentle giants" prevailed. Our group was large - about 18 or so and went quite smooth - the horses were obedient and willing. Although a nose to tail trail ride - it was absolutely wonderful because our goal was to see the area as soldiers of the time did -- our guide, who was a licensed battlefield guide, provided awesome historical information. The wranglers stayed at the head and heels of our group and were always looking out for the riders and the horses. We have our own horse farm and are all riders (my husband, and two teenage sons) --- and this was exactly what we were wanting - a relaxing, enjoyable way to learn and witness some of the Gettysburg battlefield areas . Whether you are a rider or not - Pam and her horses will provide a safe, informative and memorable time. (We went on a Monday morning in June - it was unusually hot and the horse flies were a buzz due to the humidity ---- Pam made certain we all had water, the horses had fresh fly repellent, and she had informed us that the afternoon rides were cancelled due to intense heat ---- I translate that as - she CARES for her horses - they are not just vehicles to cart others around!) Excellent choice for a "to do" ------- and thanks to Trip Advisor reviews, we knew exactly what to expect!
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