Meet our super hero Bucky Barnes. This 7 year old Appendix QH gelding is probably the smartest, most willing animal I have ever worked with. He absolutely learns form each lesson, and just gets better and better. He is such a gentle soul, never testing his riders, just wanting to please and do the best job he possible can. He is always the first one waiting at the gate to come in and get ready to for lesson time - so sweet! His walk and canter and smooth enough for a beginner, and his natural athletic ability is admired and appropriated by our most advanced riders.
Our feisty, playful, and rapidly growing Karakachan. She can frequently be seen stealing horse brushes, riders release sheets, and riding crops into the field to snack on. She also believes she is much larger than she is, and is absolutely fearless when it comes to guarding the loves of her life - sheep and goats on the farm. She is maturing into a wonderful working dog, and is very sweet and friendly to all visitors. Basil aspires to be exactly like her role model, Lance.
Our 8 year-old Anatolian Shepherd. We have had him since he was born at our farm in North Georgia. He protects everything on our farm and keeps all unwanted predators and intruders on the other side of the fence. He LOVES LOVES LOVES children! Beware, he will greet you with a kiss on the nose if you are at his eye level!
Our blue Doberman, and 5th child. He loves his family and is playful, sweet, and alert to unwanted guests. He loves children, and gives many, many, kisses. If you do not pet him in time, he will turn his rear end around, back into your leg, and sit on your foot. Hey, it's easy to miss an 80-pound dog, he understands!
Our 10 year old orange tabby farm cat, and hunter extraordinaire! My oldest son Josh saw him at a barn we were picking a horse up at and had to have him! He loves a scratch behind his ears, and can be making sure Max, our Doberman minds his manners! He stays close to the house, and his favorite spot is on Maya’s bed where he snuggles up at night.
Our newest addition! Juno came straight to us from the 13WMAZ parking lot on a rainy night. She can be seen making dives in front of the horses during lesson time, or walking on the top of the barn rafters. She is amusing to say the least!