As his name suggests, Black Jack is a big, black Tennessee Walking Horse used by Mr. Sherrer for trail riding around the farm. He is a very laid-back horse with the typical “Walker gait” that falls somewhere between a walk and a trot. Black Jack may not be one for jumping, but he can carry you for miles over rough terrain that most horses could not cross!
Captain is a large pinto draft cross that can be described as a “gentle giant.” In previous years, he was used as a jumping horse that could clear impressive heights. He enjoys the easy life now as a lesson horse packing around both children and adults while they learn the basics of riding. His easy-going nature and loveable personality is enough to win over anyone.
Dip N Dots
Dip is a spunky leopard appaloosa pony who is always ready to show you what she can do. She is kind enough to take beginners around the ring, but energetic enough to step up her game and take an advanced rider to victory in both hunter and jumpers. Her unique and flashy coloring is sure to get noticed in the show ring!
Tiny, but mighty, Eagle is an intelligent pony who loves bonding with his human companions. He has a distinct flaxen mane that stands out against his dark coat and is easily recognizable within the herd. Eagle enjoys going on trail rides and always tries his best to do what his riders asks of him.
Despite being a thoroughbred off the race track, Spirit has only one speed—slow. He was not much of a racehorse, but he found happiness in a second career as a jumper for more advanced riders. Spirit is very athletic and brave for his rider while also gentle and kind to people who are new to riding.
Sticky is a little bit of a celebrity on the farm. He is one of the three horses pictured in the mural on the side of the barn. Sticky is a flea-bitten grey Arabian who helped start the lesson program 12 years ago. He loves kids and is often the go-to mount for people who have never ridden before.