You might want to listen up. There is a new owner at Pine Hollow. It is a horrible place now and it's going south fast. The new ownership is overbearing. They are all about looks and money. They constantly lie to confuse you. They are making life threatening mistakes with other people's horses. They don't belong owning horses let alone taking care of other people's horses. There is no winning. They do not even follow their own rules. The under age kids that feed will skip your horses if they don't like you. A steady stream of people are leaving. RUN DON'T WALK! Save your horses before they find a way to take them from you.
PO Box 41523.Des Moines, IA 50311
Professional, knowledgeable, and great with people. Willing to go the extra mile. Gives extra time to children and parents for practice.
We were talked into going to a political event at Pine Hollow aka Coat of Many Colors. We were appalled. Be forewarned this is NOT a family friendly facility. There are safety hazards everywhere. And my kid got bugs on them from the kittens. The drunk woman was the final straw.Sent from my iPhone
PHS is down-to-earth, friendly, and fun. The stalls are large, kept clean, and have plenty of room. There is always an arena available somewhere and my horse is turned out daily. I was comfortable there right from the start. It's a happy place to go to and a happy place for horses. Dan and Leesa are great to work with.
Our family has boarded at Pine Hollow for over 5 years. Leesa and Dan live on site and are always willing to answer questions and help with your horse care. Full care and partial care are available. Several trainers are available so you have a great variety of Western, English and Over Fences.