Bay Boys Cody aka. Midnite Xpress "Cody" - Cody never had the chance
to live on my farm as he was my first horse and passed away prior to
the farm being bought.. He was an awesome 30+ year old QH gelding who
taught me so much about horse ownership!
Shorty: 16.2h TB crossed the rainbow bridge in 2007 after
complications with cancer. He was a very special boy having been
retired as one of Manchester's first police horses. We went onto being
World qualifiers for NBHA 3 years once we figured out that all he
wanted to do was run :)
Sophia: My first Mini rescue :) Mini mare rescued in 2005 Placed in a
loving home in 2007 as a driving/companion pony
In Memory of Uptown "Uptown": A Reg saddlebred gelding rescued from a
bad situation in 2004 in Greenfiled NH. Uptown was laid to rest in
Great Scotch Ado: Reg Qh gelding sold to a loving home in Center Barnstead NH
Windwalker's Mystery Lady: A great black QH type mare always gave 110%
in everything she did. Was laid to rest in 2006 after an accident in
the pasture while I was at work that left her with a broken femur.
Raven: a great little Black QH mare who was placed in a home in
Slingerlands NY. She is a well loved trail horse now.
Sweet Country Breeze: A Reg sold paint mare given to me by a farm in
NY who now lives in Dover NH.
Baby Jake: 2 Belgians that were brought to me to be sold for an
overwhelmed friend. Kate, the mom was sold to a loving family in
Hooksett, NH and is now a jumper. Baby Jake had some soundness issues
as a weanling so I placed him with the best family ever, I could never
have dreamed of a better life for him. He lives NH with his family who
owns Buck n Horse Campground and is well loved by his owner. He now
drives and rides too!
Digger: An aged Qh fleabitten grey rescued from major neglect. Even
after being at two different friend's houses, as at the time I had a
mare in foal at the barn and couldn't take any chance of him being
contagious.. he still had only gained enough weight to hit the 625
pound mark on a weight tape He
had probably the worst attitude of any horse I ever knew however the
minute he had a person on his back he was the best. That was his
thing he loved to be ridden. After lots of work on his weight and
health (he had advanced stages of heaves) He looked great at 1100
pounds and gave little kid lessons once a week along with my mom and I
trail riding him he was in his glory. At some point in his life
someone really taught him well the idea of western pleasure as he had
a jog and lope to die for. He was laid to rest in 2008 after his
health began to decline again and it was not fair for him to suffer
Brandon: A 28 year old QH gelding that was "reclaimed" by his owner
from a lease who didn't properly take care of him. He was by far the
most neglected rescue I have taken in so far. He was 15.2h and under
500 pounds when he arrived the end of May 2008. He and Digger became
the best of friends in his short time here. "The grumpy old men" as
they were known. Brandon passed away shortly after arriving here, he was neglected far too long and at his age, his body had had enough..
Storm Force "Stormy": An aged Reg Pinto Saddlebred Gelding that I
rescued early 2006 the poor guy was so covered in rain rot and so
emaciated that we couldn't even tell what breed he really was.. After
lots of love, food and time he revealed himself to be a true beauty.
Thank you to the American Saddlebred registry for all of their help
finding out who this handsome boy was. Rest well and enjoy the greener
Polly Lawrence's Nellie: Belgian mare that I had from
several months old until she turned 7. She finally found her final home in Ohio being a Mom with a family that takes great care of her. I am very lucky to get pictures and updates here and there as well.
Rockwood's LunchBucket: A wonderful Reg Tn Walker gelding that I got from a gentleman in Maine that was looking to rehome his horses due to an upcoming move, Rocky wanted to do so much more here then just be a buddy for Skeeter ( He was a GREAT teacher for her!!) So I leased him to a wonderful family who took the best of care of him and he loved regularly hitting the trails with Maryellen, Sadly the 1 and only bout of colic he ever had brought him to the Rainbow Bridge. You'll be missed Rock!
SPF Ellies Flame of Hope - 2016 Filly out of Skeeter and Patriot now called Phoenix lives with her new family in Minnesota! UPDATE! Hope was sold ( and got her old name of Hope back, and is now living in California!!! She is at Harpers Fiesta Farm and I am grateful to be able to see updates of her.. she has turned out to be simply gorgeous.
VIA Valentino aka Taz Reg Arabian gelding that needed a soft place to land. After placing a free ride time ad out on the internet.. he found his forever family.. it was truly meant to be! Congrats Isabel and Holly! Update: Taz was laid to rest with his family in 2021, erst east Taz, I am glad you were able to find your family who showed you so much love.
Bob - What can I say about Bob, I bought him form a school in VT for my Mom to have a trail horse. He was cheap money and older so I figured what the heck.. Well we weren't meant to be his people.. But alas my dear friend Kourtney fell in love with him.. He truly found "his" person, they did everything together.. She gave him the life he deserved, to be the most loved and spoiled (in a good way!) boy there ever was. Bob was laid to rest in 2019 and he will never ever be forgotten..