We’re pleased to introduce you to our horseback riding lesson horses (also known as part of our extended family!).  Every horse has a story and ours are no different. They come from different backgrounds, experiences and places.  Each of our horses has completed extensive training programs to ensure the riders safety.  We continue their training and teach them new disciplines, exercises and tricks!  We hope you enjoy meeting them as much as we do sharing them with you.

Meet Our Horseback Riding Lesson Horses!

Blue
Blue is a Registered Standardbred who was rescued by the Standardbred Retirement Foundation. She was put in a Foster home where we then adopted her. Blue can be ridden English or Western and does beginner through intermediate lessons.
Sugar
Sugar is an AQHA Registered Quarter Horse. Sugar is also a rescue horse. Through no fault of her own, she was sent to the New Holland auction house and purchased by a kill buyer. This beautiful baby was tagged for slaughter. We found her on Facebook and purchased her immediately. She is extremely well trained and suitable for beginner through intermediate riders. She will go English or Western. And, yes, she is sweet as sugar!
Jolie
Jolie was given to us when she was 6 months old. We trained her using natural horsemanship methods. She is best suited for an advanced beginner or intermediate rider. We originally trained her for English riding but have introduced her to Western riding and she’s done very well! At the farm, we refer her to as “The Princess”!
Missy Pony
Missy is a large pony with a personality to match! We purchased her when we we’re operating our lesson/training stable in Texas. She is for advanced riders and rides primarily English but we’re working on her Western training. She is also currently learning how to pull a carriage! We look forward to having her pull a sleigh this Winter.
String of Pearls
We adopted Pearl from the Standardbred Retirement Foundation. Prior to her adoption, she had a career with the Mounted Police Unit in Worcester, Massachusetts. She’s a big girl and knows how to take good care of her rider! She’s a “been there…done that” kind of horse. Pearl rides English or Western and is suitable for beginner to advanced riders.