Juro Stables

Other Great Outdoors and Stables
735 Carver Ln, Mount Juliet, TN 37122, United States
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7.4/10

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    Mary C.
    "Buck is one of the best horses they have!"(7 Tips)
    Drew F.
    "Excellent guides that really love what they do."(3 Tips)
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  • Aysel L.

    Loved it!!!

    Aysel Labaut · 1 week ago
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  • Christine M.

    how your ride goes depends on the horse you get & group you're in... some horses are hard-mouthed & lack spirit. once you find a good horse, request it every time! best during off-peak times/weekdays.

    Christine McKenna · January 28
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  • Ida M.

    Very friendly staff. Loved the horses we rode.

    Ida Martinez · June 10, 2014
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  • Drew F.

    Close to Nashville, makes for a fun hour or so riding in the woods on rescued horses. Excellent guides that really love what they do.

    Drew Flowers · October 13, 2013
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  • David B.

    A really nice time for experienced riders who want a little walk in the woods, or folks who haven't been on a horse before. They guides all volunteer & work for tips, so be kind to them.

    David Burden · December 21, 2012
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  • Cassandra H.

    Stormy ran me into trees a lot and wouldn't listen. It was like just being a passenger on a ride, I just like too atleast have a little more control when I ride, we went for my birthday...

    Cassandra Haworth · September 30, 2012
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  • Mary C.

    Buck is one of the best horses they have! I request him every time I go!

    Mary Chandler · August 15, 2012
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  • Gail Z.

    Awesome place! Awesome ride!

    Gail Zielinski · February 25, 2011
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  • Matthew G.

    Ask for Brody. He's a great trail guide.

    Matthew Gillaspie · January 30, 2011
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