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Inspire33719008639
1 contribution
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2018 • Friends
This place was horrible! The owners was so rude and kept screaming at me if I did something wrong. I have been riding my whole life and I know what time doing and she kept bossing me around telling me to kick as hard as I can with my heel even though you should lightly squeeze. The horses seemed so tired and mistreated and I really felt bad for them and I will be reporting it! I hope that trash hole closes down and the horses go to a better place!
Written November 18, 2018
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dennydarling
Maple Ridge, Canada18 contributions
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Apr 2016 • Family
I've been trying to book since December. They have cancelled four times and now they are telling no availabolity until June. Not apologetic or even nice about it. Just too bad for me sort of attitude. I bought a Groupon for my grandaughter for Christmas and have been trying to use it ever since. Horrible service and they always cancel a couple days before your scheduled date when you have been waiting for weeks. 👎
Written April 1, 2016
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Dear Customer, I think you might be misinformed. Equutrails has not been doing rides since late last fall. We sublet our horses out to a startup company. We cannot take responsibility for their shortcomings. We are sorry your experience was less than acceptable. There are significant management changes underway for Equutrails and will likely be under new management in the late spring. Regretfully Management
Written April 14, 2016
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Mike M
Whistler, British Columbia, Canada10 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2015 • Couples
I purchased the two hour guided horseback ride from Equutrails several months ago from SocialShopper. I booked it in early September as a birthday present to my girlfriend. It was very difficult to contact the seller and find a time they had available that worked with us and fortunately they honoured the date of the voucher past the expiry. After several phone calls, we had the horse ride booked for Oct 23 at 1PM (yesterday). It was also confirmed on that day over email when I was asked to provide my voucher id number and the owner, Zsa Zsa confirmed it.

I woke up the day of the ride and saw it was a beautiful day in Maple Ridge through google's weather and figured there was no need to call them. It's a professional business after all and I assumed our appointment would be kept. I drove from Whistler where I live to my girlfriend's house in Richmond, BC (outside Vancouver), which is about a 2.5 hour drive. We then drove from Richmond to Maple Ridge (about 1.5 hour drive) and showed up at a parking lot with some horse trailers. The trailers didn't show equutrails name on it, but after asking a handler, he told us he was equutrails, asked for what time we had booked, which was 1pm and had us sign into his guestbook.

We waited around 45 minutes without any sort of instruction or indication when the ride would start as the handler was preparing water and feed. Then a family of 4 show up on horseback with an older woman guide, they finish and say thanks. The woman then asks if I am "Rudy Grants" or some name that isn't me. I said no, she looks in her book and says she doesn't have her booking. I show her the confirmation email and she says she "hates when people book over email." Obviously I had called in too. She told me I was supposed to confirm at 8am the day of the horse ride which wasn't listed on the voucher and never told to me over the phone. She said it should have been on the voucher. At no point had she apologized for her mistake and then asked if we wanted to reschedule. Seeing as though she had messed up and was so rude and the drive to Maple Ridge is overall about 4 hours for me, I asked if we could get a refund. She said it wasn't possible because the deal isn't offered anymore (despite her obviously getting paid when I purchased in the first place). She rattled off a bunch of dates going into November and December and seeing as though I wanted to do the ride in September, not in much colder weather, we didn't book a date. We got into more arguing after that, she somewhat apologized then we decided it was best to leave.

I am unsure if I was talking to the owner Zsa Zsa, but afterwards, I read a bunch of reviews on Trip Advisor and saw that many people had problems with the owner who was very abrupt, extremely rude and had horrible social skills, which makes me believe I was talking with the owner (though she didn't say anything when I said Zsa Zsa confirmed over the phone and through email). Then I read a few reviews where people fell off their horse, went to the hospital and in general had a miserable time under Zsa Zsa's guided tours.

Luckily, there was a Wild Play obstacle/ropes course nearby that we went to later so the day wasn't a total loss. That was an excellent experience as I have done many other ropes courses.

After over a month and countless emails with SocialShopper, I received a refund. I am glad they were able to process a refund.

Overall, it was an awful experience. I would not recommend the riding or dealing with the owner at all. With the prevalence of social media and activity reviewing sites such as this one, it is not acceptable to operate a business with such terrible customer service. I am sure that there are other horseback riding companies that offer a similar experience and are actually friendly and professional, so please try another company.
Written December 10, 2015
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We apologize for the poor experience you had with the service. We realize we were not adequately staffed with the right type of personnel for the overwhelming responses we recieved from the coupons. We did our best to schedule and fulfill the offer including extending persons well past the expiry date. Unfortunately there were some bookings that had not been correctly entered into the ride schedule and for this we are extend are deepest apologizes to anyone that was missed, especially you given how far you traveled. We will strive to provide staff with better social personnel skills in the future.
Written March 21, 2016
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UnsatisCustomer
Vancouver, Canada1 contribution
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2015 • Friends
We bought the 1 Hour trail riding for 4 from Groupon. As first time riders, it was important to us to find a horseback riding company with high reviews that would allow for a safe, enjoyable, and memorable adventure. Equutrails had 72/112 positive reviews, which seemed high in comparison to other offerings. However, it would have been wise to read the Trip Advisor reviews before purchasing. To make a long story short, it did not go well and we seriously feared for our safety on multiple occasions during our ride. If you wish to continue reading, I have prepared a comprehensive breakdown of our experience, staying as objective as possible.

Timing Our reservations were for 4:00pm. When we made our confirmation at 8am on the day of the ride, we were told to be there at 3:30pm for orientations. We have had multiple exchanges with ZsaZsa (the owner of Equutrails) over text, however this half hour orientation period was never mentioned till the morning of our ride. Luckily, we did not have any activities planned beforehand and traffic was smooth coming in from the city.

We arrived around 3:00pm and noticed another group was being orientated. We approached the group around 3:30pm to see if it was our turn for orientations and were told that they were running behind by 30 minutes. Diane (Zsa Zsa’s assistant) apologized to and explained it was that the group ahead of us came much later than and missed their orientation time, consequently their schedule was pushed back. We would have appreciated a call or text about the time change so that we weren’t waiting around in the parking lot.

Orientations

Once our orientation began (which lasted a grand total of 15 minutes before we mounted our horses), Zsa Zsa explained that some of the horses can have a temper and what to look out for. She unfortunately failed to mention which horses did not get along, however, we would find that all on our own during our ride. Her instructions were very brief and did not allow for too much practice time. In addition to our group, there was a second group of three that were going to be riding with us. The older gentleman in the group of three spoke little to no English and was obviously not paying attention during orientation.

In retrospect these should have been a massive red flags for us.

Our major qualms were that: 1) There was no time to practice riding/steering our horses before heading into the trails. 2) We were never really given instructions on what to do during worst case scenarios. We were simply told to keep our body in a certain posture and that everything would supposedly be safe. And 3) ZsaZsa should have made sure that all of the riders were listening during the orientations. Ideally, she should have made one of his family members to translate the instructions to him for the sake of everyone’s safety.

We were given three options for trials, easy, adventurous, or a mixture of both. Everyone, except for one person voted for the easy trail, but for some reason we ended up going on the more difficult one.

Trail Riding

Due to the fact that there were 10 horses and 9 riders (ZsaZsa, Diane, and 7 customers), ZsaZsa had Diane tow the spare horse. Diane did her best to lead the group on a massive horse (Sylvie) that she had never ridden before, while towing the extra horse. I’m sure under normal conditions this would not be a problem but the personalities of the horses did not mesh. The horse that Diane was towing often stopped or did not walk fast enough, causing her to lose her grip on the rope, stopping the group constantly. Every time this happened ZsaZsa would yell at her assistant from the back of the group, saying things like “It’s not the horse, it’s the rider” and “I can easily do that with Sylvie”.

Stress level: 4

ZsaZsa prohibited Diane from getting off her horse to retrieve the rope, which seemed to elevate the group’s stress level each time the rope was dropped. During the first 20 minutes of our ride this happened 3-4 times. Each time we stopped our horses would get more and more agitated. Coincidentally, it was also during this time that we found out certain horses did not get along with others, leading a few to nip and kick at each other. Additionally, the older gentleman who could not understand the instructions during the orientation was unable to control his horse properly while we were stopped leading to more problems.

We felt that multiple opportunities were presented to ZsaZsa to show good leadership, and to be encouraging. Unfortunately, instead of riding to the front of the group and grabbing the rope to give to her assistant, or providing a way to do so, we were left on a hill with uncooperative horses and ZsaZsa being critical of her helper.

Stress level: 6

After leaving the wooded part of the trail and emerging on a paved residential slope. Our lead horse walked too far away from the group, causing the others to want to catch up. Very few of us were prepared for our horses to break into a gallop and when we tried to slow our horses down one of them slid on the concrete and tossed one of our group members off onto the road. ZsaZsa demanded that we keep our horses under control, but did not give specific instructions on how to do so and at this point in time the horses were agitated and were extremely uncooperative. Even once we stopped moving at the bottom of the hill the horses continued to nip at each other, leading to more yelling, and more stress. Luckily the rider who fell off her horse managed to walk away with only a few scrapes and bruises. We could visibly see how strained Diane was feeling after being berated by ZsaZsa for her shortcomings.

Stress level: max

At this point, none of us wanted to continue on horseback. Instead of reassuring us, ZsaZsa blamed us for the horse’s poor behaviour and said we were not giving the commands properly. She said that the rest of the trail would will be extremely difficult on foot due to numerous downhill portions of the trail, nor would we be able to re-mount. Against ZsaZsa’s council, we dismounted and decided to finish the trail on foot. Surprisingly, the rest of the trail was a breeze, our horses calmed down as soon as the trouble horses were moved to the back. There was one slight downhill portion, but it wasn’t very difficult. And as the trail flattened out we probably could have even re-mounted quite comfortably. Plain and simple, we felt that ZsaZsa had lied to us about how difficult the rest of the trail would be.

Conclusion

After having such a traumatic experience, ZsaZsa was kind enough to offer us a free ride. However, we did not feel safe under her leadership. Our group was in agreement that while she may be great with horses, her people skills are greatly lacking. If we were to return ZsaZsa would need to be more attentive to how her riders are feeling, their ability levels, make better judgment calls about which horses to bring, and not play the blame game when things go wrong. Additionally, we would have liked to see ZsaZsa lead from the front of the group on the horses which were harder to handle, instead of barking orders from behind. These adjustments would have made a world of difference to our ride. My friends and I feel a little cheated, because we paid money to be stressed and knocked around.

Please do your research before booking, this is definite a “BUYER’S BEWARE” scenario. A several of the reviewers on Trip Advisor have had similar experiences to ours.

Note* my friends and I are in our mid/late twenties, around 110-160lbs, relatively fit, and are fairly capable.
Written September 30, 2015
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Dear Customer, sorry that your experience was less than satisfactory and you had a difficult first ride. It is very hard to communicate with people who are spread out and we are in the wilderness. It may seem like I am yelling but I am just trying to be heard and this doesnt matter whether I am in the front or the back. In the back I see better what is going on. If you felt you needed a lesson first pehaps it would have been a wiser choice to purchase a lesson/ride combo. If your whole group had shown up as scheduled we would not have had an extra horse to contend with. Diane is in training. The reason I asked her to take the extra horse is that they do get along as the one I was riding is less so as he is newer to the group. It is never safe to get off your horse on such a steep slope as we were on and very unsafe to try passing which is why I stayed in the back on. With Diane's horse being the size she was, Diane would have never been able to manage. And I wasn't "yelling" at Diane. She would not have heard anything if I didnt raise my voice. Everyone thinks it is yelling. If you have a better suggestion on how to communicate to and across that many persons in the wilderness I would be happy to consider your suggestions. I am very certain everyone except for one person wanted the adventure otherwise we would not have chosen that path. For clarification, our horses never gallop, they may trot sometimes to keep up. The incident in question I had asked everyone to keep their horses on the trail as the road can be slippery. Because the gap between her horse and the next had spanned too much he wanted to catch up and she let him trot down the slope on the road. I was calling out to her to slow him down almost at the same instant he lost his footing. In 25 years of riding I have never had this happen. It is fortunate that both horse and rider only had a couple of scrapes. I did not "lie" about the back end of the slope. With my bad foot, to me they are steep and difficult, that is my opinion. It's good to know that you didn't find them that difficult. When we reached the bottom I did ask if anyone wanted to get back on to ride and no one did. Sorry I didnt walk with you but my back and my broken toe made that impossible. Your input is being taken into consideration and we will work on improving our communications.
Written October 6, 2015
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Lesley W
Langley, Canada56 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2015 • Family
Awful experience. The owner was abrupt and appeared to not be having a good day. She yelled at us amateur riders, muttered under her breathe and generally set a lousy tone for the whole ride. when the horse I was riding became unmanageable and wanted to gallop home I asked for direction and said "I'm not an experienced rider" ( for the fourth time) and she would just yell instructions over her shoulder. When I fell and badly injured myself she was indifferent, told me to remount and ride the last 10 minutes. The adrenaline only lasted 20 mins and then i was in emergency on serious pain killers , , and have been ever since - 2 weeks now - diagnosis three serious injuries . DO NOT USE THIS COMPANY - there are many other options. I would hate any other innocent person to be treated this was or be hurt as badly as I have been.
Written September 18, 2015
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Dear Customer, sorry that your experience was less than satisfactory and you had a bad experience. It is very difficult to communicate with people who are in the back end. It may seem like I am yelling but I am just trying to be heard. Your input is being taken into consideration and we will work on improving our communications.
Written October 6, 2015
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Savannah C
Coquitlam, Canada7 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sept 2015 • Friends
This trail ride was incredible I just wish I chose to ride longer!! The workers there truly love and care well for these horses. The horses are so social, incredibility sweet, kind, and love attention. They are well trained and aren't even tied up. I love that she rescued these horses from slaughter and put the effort to train them, you can really tell.

The other 3 people I rode with had ZERO experienced what so ever. She gave very clear instructions on how to stop, slow down, and seat position. She did a good job at explaining.

She was very clear on asking,"would you like an adventure ride or relaxed?" everyone agreed to a fun adventure! She eve asked "do you like roller coasters?" We were all extremely excited. We went up and down these big hills, the horses would only trot and canter only once she asked her horse to. It was so much fun and truly much like a roller coaster! The horses would stop and slow when her lead horse did and they were all very in tune to her well trained leader horse.

I so badly wish I chose a longer ride, I will definitely come again.

Please Read:

***People must understand that it is a privilege to ride on these animals backs, we must understand them, be patient, and realize that horses are just as unpredictable as we are. Zsa was keen on helping us understand them. They made speed up, be afraid, and upset. Trust these well trained horses!!! Horses are emotional creature that rely on our guidance. Listen to Zsa Zsa and you will be FINE, she knows what she is talking about, and is eager to help.****

I did read the negative reviews before I went, but my experience was 100% positive.
Written September 11, 2015
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We are very pleased that you enjoyed your ride. We do our best to try to meet everyone's expectations but can sometimes be difficult when you have such a varied group. We thank you for taking the time to submit your review and we hope to see again in the future.
Written March 21, 2016
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Anil P
1 contribution
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2015 • Couples
I am an American who married the love of my life in Vancouver. Being a Indian who is Hindu, I was seeking a wedding horse for the groom entrance as it is a key component to indian marriages. Not knowing any horse companies to book a wedding horse, I went on an internet search and came across this company (Equutrails). My wife spoke with the manager and she paid a deposit for a white horse for the wedding at least two months prior. When I arrived in Vancouver, I called Equutrails the night before the wedding to confirm the horse. My wife also called to confirm the availability of the horse. Unfortunately speaking to the company 12 hours before the wedding was not enough, as the early morning-1.5 hours before the wedding- while undergoing a wedding photoshoot, I receive a TEXT message from someone in the company. Not a phone call, but a TEXT. I will quote the text I received,
"Misty got kicked last night and is limping this morning not wanting to put weight on foot she won't be any good for the wedding today can't put anybody on her if shes sore and the other horses are not ready yet sorry but we don't be able to make it".

Immediately after receiving this text, I called the company 15 times. Not a sole picked up the phone. I texted back and no response. 1.5 hours before the wedding, it was clear that the wedding horse that we had arranged was not going to be available. I was cheated and ripped off. The one special moment in life, the groom riding a horse in hindu weddings- ruined.
It was only after the wedding was OVER that I received a call from the company. Saying sorry does not make up for a wedding that was ruined. While I do understand horses can have injuries, one does not cancel 1.5 hours before a wedding via text messaging. This is unacceptable and for the rest of my life I will link Equuatrails to a ruined wedding. I was fortunate to have had many helpful family members that called every single horse stable in Vancouver. For almost 2,000 USD we delayed Our wedding for 2 hours so a horse could be driven in on a Sunday. Many wedding rituals had to be cancelled.

Being of indian descent, I STRONGLY ADVICE ALL INDIAN FOLKS IN VANCOVER AND WORLD WIDE, not to book from this company. They are unprofessional. Also please spread the word of my story to friends and family as I am in the process of launching a negative PR campaign against this company which will involve the local and national media about my horrific story.
If you would like more details email me at anil.purohitsc@gmail.com
Written August 17, 2015
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This was a most unfortunate set of circumstances and we sincerely apologize. It was a situation with the horse where the handler did not feel that the horse was in good enough condition to be ridden, even for a short while. he safety of the rider and well being of the horse was the foremost consideration. The choice to not to let her go was wise but she should have either contacted me immediately or contacted you directly about the situation. Had she done so, we would have known there would have been an option to bring a different horse. We sincerely apologize as we understand how important your cultural cermonies are and the expectations of having a flawless wedding ceremony. I wish we could have responded better to your needs in this circumstance. We will be working towards training an alternate horse to accommodate weddings to be better prepared for such sitatuations.
Written March 21, 2016
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TyraP166
Vancouver, Canada19 contributions
1.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2015 • Friends
I've been on many horse trail rides and I've never in my life been so disappointed and frustrated with an experience.

Zsa Zsa asked us to be there at 4PM for a 4.30PM ride, and didn't show up to the park until around 5.10PM - she had overbooked and there were two people there that had to be sent away (a family of four). They were debating and talking for about 15 minutes, after she was very late. She didn't acknowledge being late, apologize or anything. All we heard was her yelling at her young helpers because they weren't doing something right.

After the whole debacle, we finally got on our horses and started our 4.30PM ride at 5.45PM. The horses had been riding since noon and had NO BREAK in between the rides. They were moving slow, and were tired. My friends horse buckled forward and was dragging his hooves, she was extremely scared and told Zsa Zsa she was going to get off the horse in case he was going to fall. Zsa Zsa didn't seem to care and kept riding forward. We felt our safety was at risk.

Zsa Zsa's horse was out of control and it made for a horrible ride. We'd call out to her to ask her for help and she would just yell back and say we weren't doing something right.

We got back to the park after 7PM. This was an hour ride that cost us half a day. We all had important plans and they got cancelled.

She did not respect our time, our experience was not fun at all. There was nothing pleasant or tolerable about this ride. I will NEVER go there again and will recommend others to stay away as well. The horses were not treated well, and I will be reporting it to animal services.
Written August 17, 2015
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We do apologize that the ride was running late. Unfortunately if the groups before you were late then it cascades down to the following rides as well. We try our best to keep to the schedule but are in an awkward situation when we have to choose between waiting for the late riders or leaving them behind because they are late. Either way we are caught with customers who wont be happy. When out on the trails it is almost impossible to contact others to advise them of the change in schedule and for this we apologize. Just like with driving, we cant be on the phone when riding, it is hazardous. We will take your comments into advisement and do what we can to make improvements for the future. Thank you for your imput.
Written March 21, 2016
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Silea_L
Vancouver, Canada7 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2015 • Friends
My friend and I went during a Groupon promotion period. Prior to attending, I read up on the recent reviews and started to second guess if we should cancel our ride or not.
The poor reviews helped me prepare for my excursion. The reviews can help the owner improve her business. She might have listened because she gave me clearer directions to the meeting point then what other have had.

A few tips to make your excursion enjoyable:
- prepare and dress for the weather & trails
- check and double check for traffic delays & major highway construction
- arrive 30 mins early and prepare to wait for possible delays. We brought snacks and watched videos while waiting.
- bring a helmet (riding helmet or bike helmet) but they have a box of helmets for you to borrow, but may not have your size.
- no back packs or bags allowed on the horse. Wear a hoody/jacket/cargo pants with zipped or button closed pockets to hold keys, wallet, phone etc. I would recommend long pants so if the trees/leaves/bugs brush up again you, you're not squirming or twitching on a horse
- prepare to be on an animal. No matter how well trained they are, it could get spooked or start galloping all of a sudden. (the galloping is the "bursts" of excitement on my trip)
- Stay Calm and Ride On. when the horse is not listening to you, stay calm and tell it with the taught commands what you would like him/her to do.

Hope these few tips are helpful and prepares you for an enjoyable excursion.
Also thanks Tripadvisor reviewers for preparing me for my trip.

One of my highlights: I was on a horse named Marty - he gave me a head rub after the ride! so I'm going to assume he had a good time too :)
Written August 16, 2015
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Thank you for your input. I would be pleased to use your information and add it to our website content. Many thanks for taking the time to provide this useful information.
Written August 18, 2015
This response is the subjective opinion of the management representative and not of Tripadvisor LLC.

Ornit H
Port Moody, Canada145 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2015 • Family
We bought a Groupon for 1 h for four of us. As others had mentioned, it is tough to get in touch with the "office", but they texted back immediately after we texted them and returned our call later.
The horses are loved and pampered and are all good natured. I loved the fact that they are trained to react to their "break" that is NOT in their mouth. The horse lady arrived in about 10 min late with the previous round, but we got the full hour regardless. She made sure the kids know and understand what they need to. We took the moderate trail, which was a good decision as my son had some trouble making his horse obey. The trail was in the forest, which was nice, but I was secretly hoping to get to the nearby lake; we didn't and I have only myself to blame for not speaking up before we headed to the trails. Overall it was a nice experience; the kids ranked it 4 and 5 respectively (the one with some trouble controlling his horse is the one with the lower rank...).
They are a very small business, and they horses are traveling to the site rather than living there.
Written August 15, 2015
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Thank you for your feedback. Unfortunately the one hour rides do not include trips to the river or to the lake(s). Those views are only available in 2 hour and half day trips. We are pleased that you were satisfied with your ride. We hope that you will be able to join us again soon.
Written August 16, 2015
This response is the subjective opinion of the management representative and not of Tripadvisor LLC.

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