Celebrating Over 40 years!  Since 1970
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Meet Our Horses


Arabian, well-rounded school horse, very smart. He waits for you to give him the aids & they better be clear directions. Rou wants you to be the leader & will test you to see if you can meet his standards. Think well ahead with this horse.


Quarter Horse gelding, very patient with beginners and won't do anything crazy even if a rider makes mistakes. Really a very talented horse, greatly enjoying his work!


Age 18. Q.H. gelding, very striking and quiet disposition. Excellent mover.  English and Western. He GREATLY enjoys jumping AND is very good at it!

Age 30.  Strikingly beautiful, with a shiny coat.  Sleek build, outstanding equitation horse, sassy & playful in the field.  And you can tell she was hot stuff in her younger years.

Strawberry Roan quarter horse gelding.  Terrific trail horse proudly leads where other horses fear to venture.  Calm & cooperative with riders.  Nickname is "E-ore".  Complete slob while eating and will never receive a good house keeping award for his stall.

Flea Bitten Gray, a star among school horses, our gentle giant.  You will definitely need a mounting block.  Rolls in mud elegantly.  Calm and trustworthy.  He's a good confidence builder for the beginner rider.

An especially handsome, traditionally bred Quarter Horse.  Muscular  and sleek, he has sturdy legs, a bold head and the classic Q.H. butt, huge and powerful.  Nickname: "The Boss".  Is perhaps known best known for his love of pretzels.  Ridden side saddle also.

Rambunctious!  Moves forward willingly.  English or western.  No artificial aid needed.  Greatly enjoys trail riding.  Loves to play in water.  Also loves a peppermint.
  Mr. Bones

Tall Appaloosa gelding.  He's sophisticated.  Especially sweet & docile with people, calm & steady mount.  Humorous personality.  Drives too!

Cross between Arabian Quarter Horse and Gray Compact.  Attractive, fantastic jumper, & strong-willed!



Romeo has retired to the Southern Delaware Therapeutic Riding program. He will be missed but is still doing good for those with special needs. Way to go Romeo!