November 2, 2016

Our Horses


6 Year Old Welsh X Thoroughbred

Zachary is one of our lesson horses who loves his job and loves to cuddle! Zachary is one of the youngest school horses but knows his job and takes care of his rider. We love to watch Zachary teach the younger kids how to ride, it is definitely the best part of his day. Zachary can go from teaching a brand new rider how to steer to jumping a full course in the same day.


5 year old Thoroughbred

Vice is our beautiful thoroughbred mare who has been in the program for almost 3 years. She loves to take long naps and take her sweet time walking from place to place but put a jump in front of her and she is ready to go! This talented girl has jumped up to 1.10 and standing at only 15.1 hh, she’s athletic as they come. She adjusts to her rider and feeds off your attitude and abilities and will take care of you if you are just starting out.

Ben (Grandpa)

25 y/o Thoroughbred

Ben has been there and done that! This old man still acts like he is 10 and will teach you what you need to know! Even at 25, this old man can still pack around new riders learning to jump over full courses.


7 year old Thoroughbred

Phantom is a new addition to the lesson program! He started his life teaching his 7 year old owner how to ride and is now doing the same for our Millennium Students! Phantom is now one of our star hunter’s and has really taken a liking to jumping and it shows! He loves to attend horse shows and is a real gentleman.


10 year old Hanoverian

Apollo is another newer addition to the lesson program. He spent the first few years of his under saddle life attending shows and is now helping take students to their first shows as well. This guy is as honest and brave as they come and we can always depend on him to be the sweetest guy at the barn.


18 Year old Anglo/Arab

Jasper is a part time school horse with us and we love him. He has plenty of experience in the hunter/jumper world and is a real sweet heart. He loves his job of helping teach riders and we love watching his sweet demeanour encourage riders to trust their horse.