The Animals


Viton is my double registered Paint and Pinto gelding. Now 21 years old, I have owned him since he was 6. He is Paint World Champion, and a two time Pinto Congress Champion. I use him for my bridleless riding exhibitions, as well as with The Resonant Horse. He is the charmer of the barn, loves nearly everybody, and insists on being spoiled often. He usually gets his way!

“Zips Coffee Bar” AKA Coffee:

One of my Quarter Horses. Coming from Zippo Pine Bar bloodlines, he is well bred, and very safe and sane. He is the one I often use for Resonant Horse work in the round pen environment. The boundaries he has makes for incredible learning for those who take the time to notice. He is well loved by many and is an amazing teacher.


The elder statesman of the barn. At 32 years old, he has been with us since he was 11 years old. He loves his Mommy, who has owned and loved him since he arrived. Duke and Jem are rarely separated and are wonderful herd members.


In early 2020, Snickers passed away after a long, valuable life. He will be issued and is always loved.

Rocky (the black gelding)

Owned by Mindy, he and Viton are buddies.



He is 22 years old, and has been with us since he was 9. He is owned by a wonderful family whose daughter is now in college. She comes home every chance she gets to see Jem.


Calvin Is our newest addition. He came to us after Mindy attended a Brent Graef clinic up in Rhode Island. He needed to be rehomed, so he is now a welcome addition to the farm family. He and Rocky are best friends. Here is a picture of him with Shemu.


Our newest emu is Shemu. She pretty much has the run of the pastures. However, our wonderful barn maintenance director DID build her a “shemu mansion” where she can be out of the severe weather.



Bootsie came to us 2 years ago, as a feral kitten from the Poconos. She was a baby with kittens, hence her small stature.e.



Connor is 4 years old, and is a wonderful rescue dog. He loves the barn, and especially the couch in the tack room. If you sit on it, be prepared for him to join you.



My chicken. She seems nonplussed by Ryan, as he attempts to show off to her. Linda is a white silkie, and comes to me via my dear friend Linda.



One of my potbelly pigs. I have owned her one year. He and Lulu are always together. They look forward to any household food leftovers from my home, as well as those from any friends who need to dispose of their unwanted food.



Lulu came from a neighbor down the street. She was always escaping her pen, so now she has a forever home here with the other animals.



More on grey cat to come.


Ryan II

My peacock. Ryan II comes to me via a zoo in New Jersey. He has an old injury in one of his legs, so he walks with a limp. He LOVES Linda, my chicken.



We have a lot of chickens at the farm.


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