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Good place to start your adventure with horses. Anna is very patient with kids and teaches horse riding through games and fun exercises. She is very familiar with autism and specialize in equine therapy crafted for autistic kids like my son with Asperger. He enjoy coming there and ride the big horse. But I feel that the size of place and activity there is mostly for kids and teens, they don't do sports so if they want to progress to expert level and compete needs to go smowhere else.
My kiddie love it. Lady who coach knows how to get to kids makes lesson fun and safe. Tiny place but kids friendly. Lots of toys and games while riding
Great place to learn more about horsea as a companions not just tools to be ridden. Great teacher, with many ideas to entartain and make lessons attractive