Meet Some of Our Residents
We love learning about the residents of our equine retirement farm. Some of the residents are young, some are elderly, and they all have a wonderful story. To learn more about the residents shown below click on their picture. Clicking on the picture will take you to our blog where every post mentioning the horse you clicked on will appear. Check back regularly because we update our blog at least twice every week!
Blu is an Oldenburg gelding who was bred and born in Germany in 1993. Blu’s sire, the Oldenburg stallion Insider,
Cisco is a Holsteiner gelding who was born in 1999 and has generations of outstanding jumpers in his pedigree. He
Taco is a Connemara/Thoroughbred cross who was born in Ireland in 1991. Taco started his riding career in Ireland as
Moses is a Paso Fino who joined us for retirement in the beginning of November and I think he deserves
Homer is an Irish Sport Horse who was bred and born in Galloway, Ireland at an internationally known breeding and
Sabrina is a black, Oldenburg mare who joined us for retirement not quite two years ago. Sabrina’s story started in
Digby, officially known as Dig My Size, is a thoroughbred gelding who was bred and raised in Pennsylvania. Digby was
Baner and his mom first met over 17 years ago in Frankfurt, Germany. Baner was at a sales barn outside
Cino is a grey, Selle Francais gelding who was born in France in 1991. At some point fairly early in
Meet Moe, a Hanoverian gelding who joined us for retirement five years ago. Moe was bred and born in Argentina.