OUR SCHOOL HORSES

(Barn NameShow or Registered Name”)

 


 


RobinSavoir Faire

 

                  Robin is a 15.2hh 2009 Registered Quarter horse. He was started under saddle as a Western Reiner, but soon came to appreciate the challenges of English Style Riding. As with all quarter horses, he has a smooth, steady pace and jumps enthusiastically. With his students, Robin is patient- and more “whoa than go”, making him suitable for all levels.


DreamInception

 

                  After a very short time racing, Dream came to us to be re-schooled for a new career. His smooth, flowing paces and sensible attitude under saddle make him an ideal school horse. He takes care of his beginners and has buttons and scope to spare for the more advanced riders. Suitable for all levels.


Velvet Boadicea

 

                  Velvet is a brown Andalusian x mare and more than just good looks! She can be described as a tomboy – athletic, responsive, has lots of work ethic, and is always ready to go. Her flashy movement for dressage, bravery during cross country, and ability to turn on a dime is what makes Velvet an awesome horse for Eventing and schooling all 3 disciplines.


CromwellReg.: Leopard Strike

 

                  Cromwell is a 17 hh Chestnut thoroughbred. He lives up to his Storm Cat lineage by possessing the characteristics of his predecessor – competitive spirit, beauty and talent. He is a triple threat, being talented in all 3 phases, powerful dressage movement, bravery through cross country, and speed through stadium. Schooling, he is lots of fun! He will take you to the jumps, and has tons of scope. Due to his height and athletic abilities, he is only suitable for Advanced/Intermediate riders.


Indy Mountbatten

 

                  Indy is a part-time school horse bringing his 4th Level Dressage Training to the more advanced riders. He enjoys giving them the experience of the higher level movements. However he also would like you to know that he is an accomplished jumper. Look for him with Ally on youtube in Kellogg’s Fibre Plus Cereal commercial.


Paya Proserpine(For Sale)

 

                  Paya is a 2009 Registered Bay Westphalian Mare. A gentle giant with a Golden Retriever personality. Her paces have a gorgeous a cadence, and suspension – while remaining remarkably comfortable. Ridden and shown by the more advanced riders who appreciate her refined training and paces on the flat. With a love of food, grooming, being fussed over and children, she has settled into her role happily and wholeheartedly.


JewelPlantagenet Jewel

 

                  Jewel is a Welsh/Miniature x pony mare. Our smallest school horse member, Jewel is probably the most versatile, being accomplished in Dressage, Hunter, Cross Country and Driving. Purchased untrained and with only one eye, Jewel is everyone’s sweetheart and our pride and joy.


Vickie “Saxe-Coburg”

 

  Vickie is a bay mare, who came to use from a trail riding home. She has shown talent and is appreciated by all her students, due to her sensitivity, responsiveness and kind nature. She is thoroughly enjoying her new career and has already been division champion at Blue Star during her first Trilogy show.


SULLY

 

                  Sully is not a horse, but she is part of the family! A guardian/companion goat, Sully’s job is to keep some of the individual turn-out horses company. Her many interests include supporting OTTBs, getting head scratches from students, and stealing carrots from the treat bin ! Don’t forget to say hi to Sully during your next visit! (watch your carrots!)

 

 

 

To book lessons please call/text: 416 707 4001