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Foxcroft Farms
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15389 Carpenter Ave Chino, CA 91710
15389 Carpenter AvenueUSCaliforniaChino91710
Horse TrainerToday Closed
Sunday ClosedMonday 9:00 AM – 4:00 PMTuesday 9:00 AM – 4:00 PMWednesday 9:00 AM – 4:00 PMThursday 9:00 AM – 4:00 PMFriday 9:00 AM – 4:00 PMSaturday Closed
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"This is an awesome place to ride horses."
" learning what it is like to care for a horse as if its your own."
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Holly Day
11 months ago
I went for my birthday for a camp day and Bobby was firm but not unreasonable. He is realistic. The horse that took off for food is simply a horse and when you're around horses you'll find that they are alot like children and it is the riders job to manage and communicate with the horse. Responsibility and leadership is what Bobby teaches. My advice to those who are looking to ride horses simply because they want to ride go find a trail riding place but if you're looking for some life lessons this is your place. What I like most is that I walked away having learned something more than just riding.
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Adrienne LeFevre
5 years ago
I have witnessed some unsafe practices here. The horses are not always suitable for the children. Some children leave the barn terrified to ride. I do not like the lessons that I have seen Bobby give, and would not want my children to go back. He is very good at advertising and manages to get large groups of children, usually with parents who wouldn't know any better. I had a young child get taken off with because the horse she was on saw food. The horses were underweight and more focused on feed time than on the safety of their very-young riders.
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A Google User
5 years ago
To all the parents out there worried about their children doing things such as washing blankets, cleaning stalls, etc.. part of the camp is learning what it is like to care for a horse as if its your own. These "chores" are a small taste of all the work that goes into being a part of the horse world. If your child wishes to ride and have their own horse at some point, it is nothing but beneficial for him or her to learn these skills not only so they can care for the horse, but in order to be SAFE and know what they are doing. I grew up on a ranch in Colorado and the so called "chores" that your children were complaining about are microscopic compared to the actual work and commitment it requires to be a part of this. If you ask any of the children that actually own horses at Bobby's ranch, they will tell you that all the work they do in order to care for their horses and their surroundings is a small price to pay in exchange for all the love, knowledge, and fun they experience with their horses and other riders. If you or your child does not want to put in this effort, then maybe the horse world is not for you. And the 18 and 19 year old girls that were instructors in charge know more than enough about horses and safety around them to ensure your children to be safe and have fun.
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Genoveva Arias
10 months ago
From Alondra sanchez My dad is like a owner. Well he is but not of the horses. Bobby is a good teacher with out him I code not go to the shows with the good horses and Bobby. I'm so excited to go back to foxcroft farm to see Bobby, my friend sera and my dad chuy and my sister Desteny. Adrienne is true what a user Google tell you we do lot of hard work do give food to the horses. Bobby can do nothing horses are horses there not people there horses. If you we're a horse you will know the hard work we do.
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A Google User
3 years ago
Adrienne... i think i can help with what u felt there... what they do is try and fit horses with people who can ride based off of experience and size... Bobby is an amazing teacher but he tends to get impatient with riders who are there because they think horses are "cute"... what you don't know about horses makes you say rash things.. every horse that sees food goes after it, no matter where you are... bobby is very careful about how he feeds them... horses have no responsibility to take care of their riders.... its like telling a cat to clean up its own poop (best thing i could come up with).. if a child leaves the barn terrified to ride then that child thought that horseback riding was going to be a walk in the park and fell off or got stepped on... i have fallen off and u know what happened? i got back on and learned how to ride from an amazing instructor...
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A Google User
3 years ago
This is an awesome place to ride horses