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Review for Celtic Charms Therapeutic Horsemanship, Howell, NJ, USA

Rating: 5 stars  

What a pleasure it is to visit Celtic Charms each week! We've been going there now for a little less than a year, and our daughter loves it - but the truth is - we all do!

First, Celtic Charms is like stepping into a whole different world. You forget you're in central Jersey. It's a full working farm. The stable is kept as immaculate as a hospital. The facilities are great. There's a comfortable observation room where you can watch students ride and "play games" - though each 'game" the student plays works on an important skill to become a great rider. After spending part of the session in the indoor barn (something like 125' x 250'), the students hit the trails. The sessions could be longer, but my daughter can't wait to come back each week. It's the best hour of the week for her.

The staff of Celtic Charms is what really sets itself apart. Everyone there is so nice! Each person you meet truly loves what they do - and it shows in their dedication to the students. Most of the staff there are volunteers so they definitely care; but the owners - Christine and Bill - are absolutely wonderful. Everyone takes excellent care of the students, the facilities, and of course the animals. They all are so patient and considerate with each student, giving them the encouragement they need.

If you’re looking for a place to take your child for therapeutic horsemanship, Celtic Charms is an excellent facility - and the people there make you feel so welcome.

If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...

...not change a thing! If it ain't broke, don't fix it - and Celtic Charms spins like a top!

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