The Feathered Horse Farm

The Feathered Horse Farm Mission Statement- �We care for your horse as we do our own�. We care for all the horses entrusted to us as if they were ours! Rest assured, your horse will love it here!

Best Fan D’ald Loop-aka “Best”

Best is a Friesian Gelding. He was imported by us from Holland in 2004 as a four year old. His sire is� the approved stallion Lammert. Lammert was one of the�first Friesans to reach the upper�dressage levels, despite his heavy Baroque build. Lammert automatenspiele kostenlos spielen ohne anmeldung book of ra build� and movement to many of his offspring.�Best is trained to drive and ride, but he is�primarly ridden. He is being schooled for dressage and is currently at training level. He is�a Baroque style Friesian with an easy temperment and he loves to trail ride the most! automatenspiele kostenlos online go through anything, he�really is a�trail blazer!

Guusje v/d Bokkenfarm-aka “Brooke”

Brooke came to us as an untrained 3 1/2 year old. She is a full papered Leffert daughter and is� of modern build. She has been with us�for two years and has come a long way! She currently stands�just shy of 16 hands, tall for a mare. She is full of energy and has very high uk casino no deposit bonus! We will have a hard time using her for dressage, but she sure will clean up in Saddleseat and carriage driving!�

Fenna fan’e Biejemastate-aka “Fenna”

Fenna is the most recent addition to our barn. She arrived from Holland in February 2007. Fenna is a 2nd Premie ,Full Papered Ster mare sired by Thomas. She is our dressage horse extraordinaire! This mare is currently in training, and she shows great promise.� Our trainer says she has the best canter she has EVER ridden, and that is saying something!

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Doctor Body-aka “Doc”

1999 Buckskin Tobiano Gelding
Body Talk x Docs Easter Blanton

“Doc” has over 150 APHA points in
Halter, Western Pleasure, Western
Horsemanship, Hunter Under Saddle and Hunt Seat Equitation. He is extremely willing and gentle.�Doc is a big mover who is competitive at the big shows.

Doc can be seen in area shows, ridden in Western Pleasure by his owner, Mary Johnson.�

Chance

Chance is our most recent addition to our barn. He is owned by Ann Gredler. Chance has been boarding with us since September of 2008. Chance is a great trail horse. He is about as bombproof and they come.�He had been renamed “Sir Dunkin” by my husband as he dunks each and every bite of hay in his water. He makes quite the mess, but we love him!