Pretty from afar, visibly a cluster once up close.
It was very obvious from the beginning this was a boys club and men called the shots in the office. Lots of cliques based on who's been there longest and things getting done was totally done on a "people I like more get theirs first" mentality, which is a shame because there are good people busting their butts there. Culture is moving away from hiring actual equestrians to do the jobs and hiring corporate people with no horse experience - aka missing basic common sense and who their customer is & what in a product is desirable. I wanted it to be as amazing as I'd hoped, but after 3 years it became evident there was no room for growth internally and that 2% raises annually were what they thought to be acceptable for people with families. Annual check-ins with HR for feedback occurred and both times during my tenure that I had one, it began with "we know salaries are low, but we can't fix that". There's effort to make employees happy, but it's more forced fun that anything.
Generally speaking, unless you're an executive and can hide in your office, it's not the best place to work.