Alvin, TX Horse Stables

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BWA Horse Facility

1. BWA Horse Facility

1426 Algoa Friendswood RdAlvin, TX 77511

(409) 927-1584

From Business: Horse boarding

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2. Brigadoon Farm

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2905 Clifford StAlvin, TX 77511

(281) 331-9221

I worked as an intern in the summer of 2013, in between my junior and senior year in college. As a backstory about me, I’ve ridden and trained horses all my life, under several trainers and barns. I’m also a polo player—so I’ve seen many different training styles and methods. When I got to Briga…

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3. Triple T Woodshavings

3375 Fm 1462 RdAlvin, TX 77511

(281) 331-3090
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4. Rivendale Farm

14351 County Road 185Alvin, TX 77511

(281) 331-9930
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5. Bay Area Equestrian Center

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1908 Broadway StPearland, TX 77581

(281) 996-1515

Bay Area Equestrian Center (BAEC) is an all inclusive facility. They provide full boarding, lessons, training, trail rides and horse shows. One can see youth and their families transformed by addressing the needs of the entire individual: body, soul and spirit. BAEC presents exhilarating challen…

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HACKBERRY ARABIANS, LLC

6. HACKBERRY ARABIANS, LLC

8130 Jordan RdManvel, TX 77578

(713) 715-9300
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7. All Heart Horse Farm

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BBB Rating: A+

21331 Crossfield RdManvel, TX 77578

(713) 515-1261

I am a very experienced horse woman relocating from Northern California, and own a 29 year old horse who has been with us since he was 3, I know this horse and his needs. He's lived in many states and all kinds of climates over the years. When I called to request temporary board for him in a pa…

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Centerline Training, inc

8. Centerline Training, inc

14801 Old Chocolate Bayou RdHouston, TX 77048

(281) 798-6718
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9. Christian Camp Horsemanship International

2925 Gulf Fwy S Ste BLeague City, TX 77573

(888) 450-9757
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10. Cingles Equestrian Center

4931 Avenue PSanta Fe, TX 77510

(832) 444-2480
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Epona's Voice

11. Epona's Voice

2714 Oak Park StDickinson, TX 77539

(281) 235-6739

From Business: Epona's Voice rescues, rehabilitates, re-trains and re-homes "at risk" horses that have been neglected, abandoned and abused.

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12. Horse and Hound Stables

1845 County Road 894Rosharon, TX 77583

(281) 489-2294
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14. Sam Houston Equestrian Center

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13551 Lew Briggs RdHouston, TX 77047

(713) 433-7669

To whomever wrote the last comment/other readers,Although I have not been to Sam Houston Equestrian Center, I do recommend the following:1) Safety first - make sure whatever facility you choose to ride at teaches you the basics of being around a horse. Such as never walk behind them, never tight…

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15. Noma Stables

2223 Mckeever RdRosharon, TX 77583

(832) 588-2378
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16. Bayview Equestrian Center

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315 Jasper StBacliff, TX 77518

(281) 339-0027

Best barn we've been at!! They take the best care of our horses & there's no drama!! The barn manager is the best & she really cares about your horse.

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Brigadoon Farm
Sam H. rated

I worked as an intern in the summer of 2013, in between my junior and senior year in college. As a backstory about me, I’ve ridden and trained horses all my life, under several trainers and barns. I’m also a polo player—so I’ve seen many different training styles and methods. When I got to Brigadoon Farm, I was pleasantly surprised to be learning about clicker training and negative reinforcement (taking AWAY pressure when the horse does what you want, very different to positive reinforcement in which you add pressure). Most barns I have trained at have used traditional methods, and can sometimes be a little harsh on the horses, especially young ones. During my few months there, as I was only working the summer, I trained and worked with young horses who were originally trained in a more traditional manner. The horses responded very positively to clicker training and rewarding rather than being forced into things. We had one mare who was very uncomfortable in the beginning; she would buck, refuse to go forward, and just had a generally negative attitude. With the help of Martha and her expertise in clicker training, we were able to completely turn her attitude around into a willing, happy demeanor. This is just one example of the transformation I saw in the horses. While I was there, Ken and Martha would cook dinner for us all and take us out for Sunday brunch. They very much became an extended part of my family and I still consider them to be good friends of mine. I learned so much that summer, and I still use a variety of the training methods I learned there. Overall, my experience was very positive!

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Thain L. rated

I worked there for three months. Which was longer than the other three girls that were duped into being "interns". I could go on and on, but there's no need to be cruel, just factual.The owner could be verbally aggressive and demeaning towards her "employees". The students that paid to have lessons, were never taught above a certain level, even when they were ready to advance. That being said, the "interns" were not taught to advance either, but to keep doing the same things over, and over, and over again.The horses were well bred, from good stock, but were not being trained to their possible potential. They were being held back by the owner's training methods, and she would vehemently challenge anyone who offered any different ideas. They were never exercised beyond a certain level, and therefore could never achieve the level that she wanted. She would challenge professional trainers in their methods and opinions, as well as veterinarians. The housing was less than what I was led to believe or expect, and when concerns were raised about a leak, it was only partially addressed, so that the camper still continued to leak when it rained.Having worked on ranches far larger, I thought coming to a small, "specialized" facility would be a nice change. This was not the case here. I was told that I was too nice, and had toughen up if I wanted to get anywhere in life. There is more, but I've said enough.

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Samcowgirl658 .. rated

This place is terrible. The owner refers to her paying customers as "idiots." She cares about nothing but money, as seen by the care of a few of her "acquired" horses. She charges a large amount for riding lessons and they're terrible! The students don't learn how to properly control the horse! It's awful. Finally, she treats her interns like slaves and they never get to actually learn anything. Plus, they have terrible living conditions in nothing more than a bug-infested bunkhouse or camper trailer...

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