My Mom's horse was boarded here for a year, while she was out -of-state. It's a beautiful facility, and she trusted that her horse would be safe and well fed.
Her horse was terribly neglected, to the point that some of the people who were at the barn a lot (riding their own horses) were threatening to call animal control. The horse had lost at least 100 pounds, and he was covered with bite marks. We didn't recognize him when we first visited!
My Mom is too upset to even write this review.
We will NEVER again board any horse or pony at the Ken Caryl Equestrian Center. Evidently, the manager cares nothing about horses.