Congratulations to Sarah Dawson on her purchase of Grady! He will be trained and later competed as an eventer.
Congratulations to Joanne Shelly on her purchase of Dutch! His new home is located on Timber Run Farm in Alexandria, Ohio. Joanne and Dutch will be competing through the lower levels of eventing. Best of luck!
Congratulations to Carole Berger of New Mexico with her new partner! Captain will continue his dressage career in the beautiful sunshine of Sante Fe. Good Luck! Visit the ‘Satisfied Clients’ page for updates on Carole and Captain’s adventures.
Congratulations to Barbara Reynolds of Fredericksburg, MD on her purchase of Cricket! She will be doing lower level dressage and trail riding with him. Visit the ‘Satisfied Clients’ page for updates on Barbara and Crickets progress.
Congratulations to Richard and Ginnie Howard of Lebanon, New Jersey on their purchase of Iggy! They will be continuing his dressage training, as well as attending pace events, and enjoying the trails. Visit the ‘Satisfied Clients’ page for updates on Richard and Iggy’s progress.
Congratulations to Beth Houck of New Woodstock, New York, on her purchase of Radley! He will be used as a pleasure/dressage mount. Visit the ‘Satisfied Clients’ page for updates on Beth and Radley’s progress.
Congratulations to Sheryl North of Los Angeles, California on her purchase of Bodi. She will be working with her trainer at Pepperwood Riding Center furthering Bodi’s training as an eventer. Best of luck!
Congratulations to Sela Fine on her new horse Eli! His new home is located in northeastern PA. Eli is Sela’s new hunter jumper. Good luck!
Congratulations to Courtney and Lori Bailey of New Jersey on their purchase of Ares. He will be used as an event and dressage mount. Best of luck with your new horse!
Congratulations to Katt Mills on her purchase of Bugatti. He will be used in her dressage lesson program at Lucky Shoe Farm, located in Coopersburg, PA.
Congratulations to Bess Strzelecki on her purchase of Rembrandt. She will be continuing his training on the flat and over fences. Good luck with him!