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Horses aren't cared for, no member of staff is qualified, shoddy stables.
One star for this establishment is being far too generous, Meadowhead Farm looks like a nice cosy riding centre because of the friendly staff but when you've been there long enough and been roped in to "join them for a day", you see the true extent of the place, only one person in Meadowhead is qualified to work with horses and that's only to be a groom, nothing to do with teaching. They beat the horses when they deem the horses "misbehave", the schools horses are left out in all kind of conditions in dirty, unkept fields which two horses had to be put down because of BARBED WIRE and dangerous objects in the field, the horses are then thrown on their illegal BURN PILE. Only when it's in minus temperature it's deemed ok to bring them in for the night, with an inch of bedding and a handful of food each. The stables itself is falling down, doors coming off, faulty electrical work and drafts. The staff which may seem lovely at first soon become manipulating, lieing, backstabbing and uncooperative people. I will never visit this place again and hope for you, the reader that you heed my warning. Just remember, looks lovely on first impressions but slowly you'll see the faults.
Report this review By Claire Hitchcock 29/12/2012
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