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    I took a group of employees out as a team building experience. They all had a great time! Carla took our group out, and was very informative about the farm, the rescue efforts, and horses and riding in general. Helmets were provided for those who opted to wear one, and a thorough demonstration of riding basics was provided prior to anyone getting on a horse. The horses were all well mannered and well kept, and the trail we were on was gorgeous! All of my employees said that they would go back, and would definitely bring their friends and family. I would definitely recommend Dead Broke for individuals, and for groups, and will take additional groups in the future.

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    The owner is all about money. She lies and will sell any horse no matter what including her dads horse. I wouldn’t take a dying horse here. 0 respect for this place and feel sorry for all the horses. She has been fined and reported an numerous occasions for having too many horses. Don’t be fooled by the show! She is a joke. She is in possession of stolen horses but you wont hear that out of her month. She needs to be shut down!Thumbs down!

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    I visited Dead Broke Farm recently for a one hour trail ride with my twin sister. We wanted to do something memorable for our birthdays and had never ridden horses before. The staff at Dead Broke Farm were patient with us and incredibly warm people. It was a nice fall day and the farm was beautiful. We got a short lesson about mounting the horses, using the reins, etc., and a little while later we were on our way towards the trails guided by Carla Carlough. The horses were a pleasure to ride- I can only imagine how much training it takes to get horses ready to be calm and patient with complete strangers and beginner riders! It is clear that Carla knows everything there is to know about working with horses, and I felt completely safe out on a horse in the woods with her. She was kind and a joy to spend an hour talking and riding with. The trails themselves are well-maintained and a little slice of peace.All in all, I would (and already have!) recommended someone take a trip to Dead Broke Farms! The experiences was hassle-free, the staff are genuine and helpful, the grounds are expansive and gorgeous, and the horses are well-trained (or ‘dead broke’).Thank you for a memorable birthday. I love to try new things and spend time outside, and a trail ride at Dead Broke was the perfect way to do this!

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    I took my future girlfriend I hope to dead broke farms today I have to say all the negative reviews are wrong because the owner may be frank and express her mind but she’s doing so because she cares about the safety of her visitors and her horses. we took the two hour private trail ride and I have to say it was amazing and worth every penny the guide was helpful and knowledgeable we stoped off at the pond during the ride it was so peaceful no traffic just nature at its best. I will definitely be coming back this is going to be my new favorite place to come. we saw alot of deer was cool seeing them in there natural habitat and not on the highway.

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    Had an awesome time yesterday at Dead Broke Farm!! It was the best Horse riding experience I have ever had!!!!!! Art, the instructor I had was a lot of fun and was flexible and accommodating, and I would highly recommend Dead Broke Farm for anyone looking to get on a horse!!!!