Aladdin is a registered Arabian gelding who does
it all but he does it with a bit of “attitude.”
He is favored by intermediate and advanced riders alike.
Buster is a young Appaloosa gelding. He is showing a talent for jumping but he is
still in training as a lesson horse.
CABBIE (El Rey de San Jorge)
Cabbie is an ornery Paso Fino gelding
ridden by Ann. His unique gait makes him
unlike any other horse in the barn. We
refer to him as Ann’s “toy horse.”
CASSIE (Sheza Rising Sun)
Cassie is a registered Appaloosa
mare. She is talented in jumping and
dressage and is loved by our intermediate and advanced riders.
Cutter is a Kentucky Mountain Horse ridden by Ann. He is a gaited horse, which makes him particularly comforatble to ride, and Ann's favorite to take on trails.
Magnum is a horse we previously owned and recently got back. He's an Arab cross and a gelding with some years on him. He is a gentle guy and he is great for beginners.
MERLIN (Nocturne Bey)
Merlin is a registered Arabian gelding. He has been with us since 1991 and had a
successful career as a competitive trail and endurance horse. Although he is retired from competition he
still has plenty of spirit and is used for experienced riders.
MISTIC (Mistic Warrior NB)
Mistic is a majestic Arabian
gelding. Since he is still highly
spirited his use is limited to our most advanced riders. He is a talented
jumper and just recently completed his first endurance ride.
Solomon is a Quarter Horse gelding that had a career as a pony club horse. He is ideal forbeginning and early intermediate riders.
STORM (Storm Shadow)
Storm is an Anglo/Arab gelding who had a very
successful career as an endurance horse before becoming a school horse. He is a natural athlete and skilled jumper
and is reserved for our more experienced riders.
TWISTER (Gooses Top Twister)
Twister is a registered Quarter Horse
gelding that is used for intermediate to advanced riders. He is a half brother of Alibi.
WIDGET (Turks Cap)
Widget is a registered Quarter Horse gelding
that was put to work the first week we got him.
We had an argument over what to call him and when you can’t decide what
to call something, you call it a widget, don’t you? Anyway, thus his name.
Murphy is a miniature donkey. He was born in April of 2009 and he spent the summer at MetroParks Farm in Canfield. He loves attention and is making lots of new friends.