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apltz63

09/17/2008

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Please - this is a private fac...

Please - this is a private facility. We do not offer trail rides/ birthday parties to the public.



The first writer is very wrong. Niagara Equestrian - not really Transit Valley anymore-, though is not a top barn, is very comfortable. The horses are well taken care of, and there are two paddocks, one large indoor arena and a pasture for seasonal grazing. There are approx. 45 horses stabled there. There are also a few trails. One nice thing about boarding your horse there is that there is usually always someone at the barn(except at night, but the owner lives very close) -whether boarder or worker, if something is wrong - there are many good hearted people that will help, and call you or the appropriate people if nesessary. Improvements are being made constantly. There are primarily recreational and quarter horse show people there - with a few strays of course. Sally, the trainer, is exceptional in terms of knowledge, training, and how she takes care of her clients' horses. If you cross her, like the first writer apparently did, then you have no right to be near horses. Plain and simple. She actually is very nice, an is an asset to the barn.

aqhagurlie101

08/15/2008

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alright

okay who ever wrote the other review is WRONG!

1.) there are no longer any fights at the barn because SALLY is the main trainer at the barn. Sally is a very sucessful horse trainer who has riders competing in the local hunter circuits, the AQHA circuits and she takes her other riders to the Niagara County open shows.

2.) The barn may not be new but there are changes happening to help give it a make over.

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