Meet Out Horses
Horses have been a lifelong love, passion and obsession for us. Over the years, we have had and enjoyed many horses. Some are here to stay forever, while others have gone on to impact someone else’s life. But each one we’ve had has touched our hearts and left a mark on our lives that will forever be with us.
We currently have 12 horses. Out of the 12, we have 8 mustangs in various stages of training. Yes its a lot, but by the Grace of God, we manage. Some them are our personal horses, while the rest will continue their training and will become available to new homes in the future.
Bell's Rowdy Theory aka "Rowdy"
Registered QH Paint X
Devils Garden Mustang
High Hopes aka Hope
North Hills Mustang
Devils Garden Mustang
Horses in Training
Training horses has played a very critical role in developing us as horsewomen. We have experience with many different breeds, both young and old. We train each horse according to how we feel best suits the horse. Below are the horses that we currently have in training.
Mithrandir aka "Gandalf the Grey
The Horse That Started It All
Allie 1996 - 2019
Allie was an 18 yr old registered Quarter Horse when she was gifted to Sarah for her 8th birthday in 2011.
There is just something really special about that first horse. Allie was our first horse and she was a good one. She was old faithful, a true diamond, and gem. She was patient with us through every beginner mistake, every bad decision and never complained. One time she accidentally threw me (Sarah) when I was little, and even though it was because of our own mistakes, she still felt sorry and wanted to make it up to me. Allie would never hurt anyone on purpose. She knew that she needed to take care of us and she took that job seriously.
She was fair, kind, sweet, and even knew when to add a little spice. Allie was a gift from God. It was almost like he hand-picked her Himself, because he knew what we needed. He knew what I needed. Allie died all too soon on January 3, 2019. Before the world got a chance to even know who she was, before they got the chance to fall in love with her like we did, and know why she was important. Allie made such an impact on our lives and gave us all the first experiences we needed to become the horsewomen we are today. Allie was a superhero in horse form and she will always be one.
Even though these horses have moved on to new families and new homes, we will forever hold them in our hearts.