16528 148th Ave NE, Woodinville, WA | Directions 9807247.747400 -122.141701
Sun: 8:00 a.m.-9:00 p.m.;Mon: 8:00 a.m.-9:00 p.m.;Tue: 8:00 a.m.-9:00 p.m.;Wed: 8:00 a.m.-9:00 p.m.;Thu: 8:00 a.m.-9:00 p.m.;Fri: 8:00 a.m.-9:00 p.m.;Sat: 8:00 a.m.-9:00 p.m.;
My favorite place in the whole world. I have been apart of the Gold Creek family for 1 year and I cant imagine my life without them.
Disgusting place i hate it! – This place was gross. I walked into the "lounge" and the first thing i saw was dust, a gross floor the office area was cluttered and no one was there. The largest arena was an okay size i didint really have anything to complain about when it came to the arena itsself. but the barns were unorganized, they were falling apart the bedding in the stalls was like a gallon of wood shavings each they were very small and most horses had no space. The water in each stall was cloudy and all the horses looked shagy and sad. The washracks are gross and muddy just a muddy and gross as the paddocks outside (there was about a foot of mud in each if there wasent mud it was gravel no grass at all). The barns were unorganized and the service was terrible (i couldent find a staff member at all). The arenas were okay but hard to get two (you have to go down a winding path down a hill to one of them). The muckheap was spread around and disgusting. The tack was dirty and unkept (bits and saddle pads were caked in either dirt, dust, or grass. The saddles bridles martingales and hackamores were falling apart, the tack lockers were gross and misskept. The floor of the tack rooms look like they were never swept at all. In the western tack room the gear was thrown about there was cat food all over the floor and there was extra helmets and boots that were falling apart and a big blue bucket with3 of english saddles (they look like they were thrown in). 1/3 of the stalls in the third barn were for storage and one had three ducks and what looked to be a dying sheep who was laying next to its cage (it looked like a rusted dog cage). The sliding dutch doors on the second barns were dangerous the top of the doors werent secure so the horses could just push them open. The horses looked shagy and mistreated and alot of them would kick, chew wood, suck air, nip, and just either shy away from you or act agressively when you pass by.Most horses were sweathearts and looked like they wanted to be helped out of there. Dont board there your horse will be just as sad as the others.
Sarah is absolutely FABULOUS with children. I have purchased riding lessons for my 9 year-old neice and she's definitely loving it there! She used to be shy - now she's building confidence in herself and it really shows!
Gold Creek is one of the best riding stables in Seattle. They can board also. I was very impressed with how educated and helpful everyone was and how well kept their
I ride at Gold Creek, and I love it. It's got pretty good facilities, three arenas all with awesome footing, and three barns, two of which are huge.
Excellent! – Laura is an excellent & enjoyable instructor. We appreciate having spirited horses to ride!
So fun! – It has been a fun experience with Erika riding with Brook for so many years
10 stars! – rating 10 stars: If you could imagine a heaven with horses on top of a hill, this is the place! I have wanted a horse since I was old enough to remember anything. I have only had three lessons, but it has been the experience and dream of a lifetime. The people are wonderful, the horses are MORE wonderful (ha). I would recommend this as the ONLY place in western wa to learn how to ride a horse.
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