They are the noble souls who provide us with the opportunity to better our skills and ourselves: lesson horses. They are hardworking, treasured, and essential members of any equestrian facility. Under normal circumstances, they also earn their keep. The funds generated from the lesson program help cover the cost of their grain, hay, supplements, farrier care, veterinary care, and medications, and assist the farm in keeping its staff employed.
In an effort to be a part of “flattening the curve,” Executive Farms made the difficult decision to temporarily suspend its lesson program. In doing so, we essentially put our lesson horses out of work, but the costs associated with their upkeep remain unchanged.
We have established a temporary sponsorship program for the benefit of these amazing horses. There are multiple options with accompanying benefits for the sponsor, including our special Executive Farm COVID-19 edition shirt!
We thank you for your kind consideration and look forward to seeing you at the barn … hopefully sooner than later!
In Memory Of What a Masterpiece aka Arnie
What a Masterpiece “Arnie” is a 26 year old registered American Saddlebred gelding. He has been part of the Executive Farms family for 15 years. He is semi retired now but still loves to have his special time with his tiny tots. Arnie will always be the one with his nose sticking out of his stall begging for treats.
In Memory of Worthy's Windfall aka Gusto
Worthy’s Windfall “Gusto” is a 24 year old registered American Saddlebred gelding. He came to Executive Farms at the age of 5 and was shown in Park, Show Pleasure, Equitation and Walk/Trot before becoming a lesson/academy horse. In the past year we’ve discovered his like and talent as a western horse along with his other duties.