Ameera had a rough start and was rescued thanks to the kindness of caring neighbors. She is still a little anxious with people on the ground, but who could blame her. Under saddle her eyes soften and she is much more comfortable and relaxed. She is incredibly responsive so needs a rider with light touch.
Apache was orphaned at 2 months old. She was the weakest of a group of feral ponies rescued recently. She has fully recovered now, is a looker as a chocolatey brown with a flaxen mane and tail, and is going to be a find for someone who wants a small pony for a child or to drive.
Apollo is a small solid chestnut Grayson Highland feral pony that we rescued when he was 4 months old. He was in really rough shape when we got him back to the farm, but today he is is completely recovered and up to date on all of his medical needs. He is coming into his own and has a steady personality.
This beautiful mare has been trail ridden all over the southeast. She has impeccable ground manners, does anything you ask of her and if she doesn’t understand will keep trying until she figures it out. She is great with people, friendly and trustworthy.
Ghost came to us after being abandoned on Watauga Lake. He is a flashy white and brown paint with lots of chrome and two blue eyes. He forms strong human and animal bonds and is probably the sweetest horse in the barn if he trusts you.
Lavender is a sweet, easy going haflinger mare. She has really good trail sense and probably enjoys that much more then the ring. Lavender has loads of fun in her and just needs to find the right match.
Pumpkin is a 16-month old Grayson Highland Pony who is ready for a home and someone who can bring him along to do the things they want. He is a friendly, flashy small pony suitable for riding with children or as a driving pony.
Rocky is a Paso Fino surrendered to us by his owner in 2017. What seemed to be a pretty straightforward surrender of a healthy horse was actually more complicated. He looks great, but he just can’t carry a person's weight anymore and is looking for someone who needs a pasture buddy or a horse pet.
We were asked to take Winnie because of her hooves; they were too long and as the owners understood it, they couldn’t be fixed. She loves to be loved. She’ll stand all day to let you rub her and pet her. Come meet Winnie, our sweet little pony.