Specializing in American Saddlebreds, Andalusians, and Baroque Sport-Horses
Welcome To Our Farm...
...and Our Family of Horses!
Our 100 acre farm is located in Pikeville, Tennessee, in the beautiful Sequatchie Valley at the base of the Cumberland Plateau.
The views surrounding us are truly breathtaking at any time of the year, and we never tire of the amazing landscape that our farm overlooks.
Our mission has simply been to provide for the well-being of our horses... to give them the best natural... and nurturing... environment possible that will benefit them mentally, as well as physically.
This goal has been in place since day one of the beginning this journey when we had one horse, one acre, and one simple dream.
Each of our horses are handled on a daily basis...
...from the moment they are born in our barn, or from the moment they arrive here from another farm.
Newborns learn to love human interaction...
...and older horses that come to us from more difficult lives learn that they are finally safe...
...that no one is ever going to hurt them or strike fear into their heart again...
Our horses are bred to be athletes, plain and simple... and it seems like they are born knowing that.
The bloodlines are there.
The conformation is there.
The movement is there.
So is the stamina, heart and desire.
All you have to do is just pick your color, personality, and discipline!
Through selective breeding, we have been able to develop a horse that has incredible forward movement. That, paired with a ground-covering stride and powered by extremely strong hind-quarters makes for a natural athlete.
Oh, and there's that "fairly important" factor of intelligence... and love of people, too.
All those characteristics are pretty handy to have all wrapped up in one horse!
if you're looking for an eventing or dressage partner, or even a good ol' trail and pleasure pal, we're fairly certain we have one waiting here for you to discover in one of our pastures.
Please take a moment to get to know the horses that call
our farm "Home."
They all have a story to tell...
...and perhaps a little
bit of their own wisdom to pass on to those that dare open their