They always take great care of the horses!!! The lady cheyanna is just mad that the owner made her paid her bill before she could take her horses!! Say they were mistreated but is on facebook saying the vet said her horse look great 4 days after they were removed from brigadoon. If the horse were in such bad shape then a vet wouldn't say that just 4 days later.
You are putting your horses life at risk being here. The first time I boarded here they were great! This time they were awful! Weren’t feeding my horses, left my horses feet not done and damaged my other horses feet with a crappy farrier! Mom and son run the place. Brandon knows nothing of horses. Had a vet out and they asked me to use another one. I found out the vet was appalled by the conditions. They even asked my transporter for help and if the horses looked ok! They lost a halter and 200$ worth of medicine.
Brigadoon Stables is a wonderful, quiet facility. My horse is very high strung, (he was a rescue and afraid of human contact) and since he has been at this barn, he has mellowed down and become more sweet...and he has been to many other barns in the past. All of the workers are nice to me and i trust them to handle my horse when I am not there. My horse and I will be sad to leave in mid December to go back home. We will definitely miss the peaceful environment.
Horrendous! The manager steals from clients and is openly racist, anti gay and anti-women. He neglects and abuses his own animals. He leaves horses tied in the sun all day and/or night without food and water after being beaten and ridden hard. He allowed his dog to attack and kill cows which are still dead on the property. He sexually harasses clients and lacks professionalism. He doesn't order new horse feed when needed. I contacted the owner with my concerns and she defended him and condoned his actions.
The stalls are big 15x15 the horses are turned out on round bales not jus standing in dirt. Only 3 per paddock.It has a nice sitting area with air condition.the phone number is wrong. my horses health and safety was first priority. Tiffany does a great job.