Introducing Madelyn – A Medical Rescue Success Story!
Madelyn: She’s Magically Rapt, foaled 1997, Maddie is a registered Paint. A medical rescue brought to the farm for special care she has been rehabilitated into a farm favorite with riders just starting out and is great for bareback lessons.
Lady: Ideal Lady (Only Man In Town X Idyllic) – ASB foaled 2003, Lady joined the farm in the summer of 2010. She helps riders develop more advanced riding skills.
Sister: Wicked Sister (Supreme Hi Lite x Wild Strawberries) – Sister, ASB foaled 1990, she and Georgia are as close as sisters. Once shown in the gaited divisions, Sister loves to teach balance and is our solid show horse for riders advancing into the academy show arena.
Splash: Pt Splash Of Pralines (Pralines Dream x Caspers Kate) – A registered American Paint, Splash, foaled 1996, has added a bit of color to the Trinity Farm family. She has been working in our lesson program with both adult and child riders.
Charm: The Hidden Charm (Hideaway’s Stand By Me x Looky’s Charm) – Charm, ASB foaled 1998, 2003 brought to us Hannah’s show horse, The Hidden Charm. A solid 4H show horse, Charm is also an experienced lesson horse.
Merlyn: Merlyn’s Intuition (Undulata’s Man Of The Hour x Freaky Styley) – Merlyn, ASB foaled in 2001, is our largest horse in size and personality. Merlyn has found his calling in the hunt seat arena. He has had some dressage training and has spent time this summer working on the ground and developing strength and carriage. He will require more ground and saddle time to bring him to full potential. He has greatness in him.
Georgia: Freaky Styley (Sultan’s Pride And Joy x Society’s Beloved Infidel) – Georgia, ASB foaled 1990, joined our family in 1997 as Abra’s first show horse. Georgia has retired but continues to teach riders of all ages the skills of horse handling. She is in her forever home.
Sam: SamWise Gamgee – Our first pony, Sam, is a Halflinger/Shetland cross with an attitude to boot. Rescued from a neglectful situation Sam will need special ferrier care for years to come. During his time here, he has been introducing young riders to the joys of horses and horse care.
Before – Sam just after he arrived at Trinity. His hooves were so long he could barely walk and his health reflected the loss of this basic ability. His hooves had not been trimmed for nearly two years.