Wild Child Farm

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***Raffle Ticket Giveaway***

Invite friends and earn chances to win prizes!

We need your help spreading the word about the 6th Annual On Track to Recovery 5K Walk/Run happening this Saturday, 9/28.

Here's how this works:
- Tag a friend below in the comments telling them to join us this Saturday.
- You earn a raffle ticket.
- You can tag up to 15 friends and earn tickets. Heck we'd love it if you'd tag more but 15 is the maximum tickets available per person. You can always buy more chances for $1 each on Saturday.

We have amazing items available from some wonderful community-minded businesses. Some items up for grabs include:

- $175 gift card to My two Beauties Photography
- 1 free Horseback Riding Lesson from Wild Child Farm
- 8 Week Yoga Flow Session from McFerran's Fitness
- A 24 multi-pack of Shakeology® from Beachbody
- A pair of wool mittens, made locally and donated by S'mittens
- $20 gift card to Bull Moose
- $25 Scentsy gift card
- 2 tickets to the Kennebec Journal & Morning Sentinel Women’s Expo
...And more!

You don't have to be present to win, but you do need to stop by the race to claim your free raffle tickets and drop them into the buckets for the prizes you're hoping to win.

Challenge ends this Friday at 8PM!
🎉Are you ready to celebrate the 5th international Yoga Day? 🙌Then here are 34 amazing events happening in Seattle to choose from!

➡Fr 6/21 | International Day of Yoga Celebration with 🧘‍♀ Audrey Sutton MillS & 🧘‍♀ Sarah Adler in 📍 GreenLake.
➡Fr 6/21 | International Yoga Day: Free Yoga Classes with 🧘‍♀ John Davie, 🧘‍♀ Nitika Kohli, and 🧘‍♂️ Chad Yee at Alive & Shine Center (formerly Yoga Centers)
➡Fr 6/21 | 108 Sun Salutations with 🧘‍♀ Debbie Dixon in 📍 Bellevue.
➡Fr 6/21 | Summer Solstice with 🧘‍♀ Jamie Cabaccang at 📍 Spiritridge, Bellevue Cabana.
➡Fr 6/21 | Yoga Love: International Day of Yoga at 📍 Bala Yoga.
➡Fr 6/21 | Summer Solstice Practice with 🧘‍♀ Julie Miller in 📍 Greenwood.
➡Fr 6/21 | Summer Solstice Practice and Fire Circle with 🧘‍♀ Molly McManus and 🧘‍♀ Robin Rothenberg at 📍 Essential Yoga Therapy.
➡Fr 6/21 | Summer Solstice Sunset Yoga with 🧘‍♀ Christina Stembler at 📍 Jeanne Hansen Community Park.
➡Fr 6/21 | Summer Solstice Yoga Event with 🧘‍♀ Cami Penny at 📍 Wild Child Farm.
➡Fr 6/21 | Meditation for Beginners Free and Open to All by at 📍 Lake Forest Park.
➡Fr 6/21 | Heart Meditation and Sound Bath by Inner Harmony Acupuncture - Hornsea at 📍 Kula Movement.
➡Fr 6/21 | Summer Solstice Workshop with 🧘‍♀ Kendra Nicole at 📍 Modo Yoga Seattle.
➡Fr 6/21 | Summer Solstice Sound Bath with 🧘‍♀ Gail Kronberg at 📍 Omni Bothell
➡Fr 6/21 | International Day Of Yoga: 2019 Theme – Climate Change at 📍 Srijananistudio
➡Fr 6/21 | ShaktiRize and Summer Solstice Celebration with 🧘‍♀ Amy Whalen at 📍 Mountain Views Tree House Joint.
➡Fr 6/21 | Sacred Sound Medicine: Sound Bath, Yoga & Meditation with 🧘‍♀ Julieth & 🧘‍♂️ Matthew Dauble at 📍 OmCulture.
➡Sa 6/22 | Summer Solstice Restorative Yoga and Massage Workshop with 🧘‍♀ Darla Mosse at 📍 Aditi Yoga | Bodywork
➡Sa 6/22 | Summer Solstice Sacred Sound Celebration with 🧘‍♂️ Sada Simran at 📍 OmCulture
➡Sa 6/22 | Our Sacred Anatomy: The Chakras Workshop with 🧘‍♀ Ellen Boyle at 📍 Seattle Yoga Arts
➡Sa 6/22 | Restoratives for Beauty Workshop with 🧘‍♀ Nitika Kohli at 📍 Alive & Shine Center (formerly Yoga Centers)
➡Sa 6/22 | Free Introduction to Heartfull Meditation in 📍 Bellevue.
➡Sa 6/22 | Summer Solstice Yoga Hike with 🧘‍♀ Danielle MacGregor at 📍 Oysterdome Lookout Trailhead
➡Sa 6/22 | The Ultimate Sound Bath with 🧘‍♀ Kathy Murphy and 🧘‍♀ Alex Taylor at 📍 MauSOULeum
➡Sa 6/22 | Secrets to Meditation by Artofliving Jeevanakala Foundation in 📍 Kent Lutheran Church
➡Sa 6/22 | Free Saturday Meditation at 📍 bala-yoga-studio
➡Sa 6/22 | Yoga Under Glass at 📍 Chihuly Garden and Glass
➡Su 6/23 | Extended 2-Hour Yoga Practice with 🧘‍♀ Leslie Robbins at 📍 YOGA in the CENTER
➡Su 6/23 | Party on the Peninsula with 🧘‍♀ Anna Johnson in 📍 Mike Wallace Park
➡Su 6/23 | Solstice Women’s Medicine Circle with 🧘‍♀ Christine Urbina in 📍 Lake Forest Park
➡Su 6/23 | Heartfulness Meditation by Heartfulness Institute at 📍 Northwest Arts Centert
➡Su 6/23 | Raja Yoga: For Higher Self Awareness with 🧘‍♀ Kayla Gomez at 📍 Inner Alchemy
➡Su 6/23 | Deep Release: Hands-On Healing & Sound Bath with 🧘‍♀ Aimee Serene & 🧘‍♂️ Jim McDowell at 📍 OmCulture
➡Su 6/23 | Yasss Queen Yoga at 📍 W-Seattle
➡Su 6/23 | International Day of Yoga + Pride with Poseurs led by 🧘‍♀ Emily Denton at 📍 ZŪM Fitness
🙌 For more details, please visit:
Clare saddles up on Tobey, the friendly mare.
Anyone need breeches and a show shirt? 2 pairs tan breeches, size 32L and 34L and a pair of white size 30L. All Devon-Aire brand, all in gently used condition. Also a Beaufort short sleeved show shirt, size 12/34. $15 takes all. Can meet in Augusta or drop off at the farm on a weekend.
Novice Level Event Packer Suitable for YR or AA; Potential for Higher

Affectionate, smart, but complicated TB mare. CBT Frenchmistress is a 10-year old (2004),15.1 hand, bay OTTB mare, by French Envoy, out of Beach Girl. Taken off the track at Suffolk Downs (MA) by current owner/rider in October 2009.
Want to be a passenger? This horse is not for you. Want to learn a lot and progress through the low levels of eventing? Then check out “Missy”!
Missy is a successful BN/N Ievel event horse, winning numerous ribbons with her
young rider in the past four years throughout USEA Area 1 . Missy spent this past
winter in Aiken, SC with her rider, where they won the J/YR Novice division at Pine Top
Horse Trials (Area 3) on their dressage score of a 28.
Missy is very adaptable and travels extremely well. She is happy to live alone or in a busy boarding barn. Stands for farrier, vet, dentist, clipping, etc. Missy has been well taken care of by her USPC family, and her rider is currently a C-2/H-B rated member. Owner/rider is off to college this fall.
Missy would be suitable as a lower-level event packer for an AA or YR. **She has great potential to progress through Preliminary with a confident rider that has already competed at higher levels and is looking for a project horse.** Could also be an upper-level dressage horse prospect.
Priced at $8,000 or BRO; lease/lease-to-own options are considered as well.
For more information,pictures, and video, please contact Jessica Champagne via call/text (207-592-7250) or email ([email protected]). Gorham, ME
Can anyone who plans on attending this Sunday for the workday please let us know so we can properly plan for lunch!!!! Thanks and we look forward to seeing everyone.
So Dana made the post before I did but we are looking for people to help us this upcoming Sunday at the farm. We are going to doing what she said plus we have some carpentry to be done. A door to be fixed and one to be built plus a storage space needs to be organized. We will be supplying lunch for all who attend. So I am putting a shout out to all of those people that have told us over and over again just ask when we need help with projects!!!! We are asking!!!!. See ya then!!!!
I am so sorry to hear about your arena. I only got to have one lesson with you before you lost the arena and I loved it. Both you and Ace were great.
love the pics great job all around! so excited for spring!
You need to advertise this page and get it going!

Wild Child Farm offers boarding for all breeds as well as lessons and training in dressage, jumping


Peaceful late summer mornings are the best.


Camp week 4 will be August 22-26.

There was originally no plan to have an August camp, but after cancelling a week in July, we decided to add one more before school starts!

Monday-Friday 8:30am to 3:30pm

Please send a DM or email to [email protected] with questions or to register.


For those who only know Toby as a walk trot pony, here she is a few years back with my student Jessica Champagne, who is now a professional in Aiken. Everyone who has enjoyed Toby and learned on her can thank Jess for the time she put into making her a better athlete.


We’re looking for hay crew today and tomorrow! More hands make light work! If you have a strong teen willing to work hard, I’m willing to pay a few strong kids to help us!


Day 2, Roo gets to play in the creek. Her mood improves.


It was a good day at GMHA. Roo didn’t care about the stupid ribbons, she just wants the prize cookies!


Our first June camp week is full. We have a few spots left in these weeks if your child would like to attend:

June 27 - July 1
July 18 - 22
July 25- 29

Camps run from 8:30 to 3:30

Please contact us with interest through Facebook messenger or by Email to [email protected]


Seeking part time barn help through the summer. Hours/days will vary and some weekends will be required. Stall cleaning, filling waters and general barn cleaning. Must be willing to work to our high standards and be courteous and friendly with staff, boarders and students. Must have reliable transportation and show up when scheduled to work. Animals require constant attention and care, so no-shows will not be tolerated.

Despite these requirements, we are actually very flexible and accommodating. We have super nice clients and a lot of fun. Pay commensurate with attitude and work ethic.

Please contact us for more information.


Wild Child Farm in Pittston currently has two stalls open. $650 includes all feed/bedding, stall cleaning, all day turnout and use of indoor and outdoor arenas and trails. We have a close group of boarders and students and a quiet, family-friendly atmosphere. Supportive environment with absolutely NO drama, ever (I live here so this is important!)

Outside instructors are welcome (with insurance) or ride with owner/instructor offering lessons in dressage or jumping.

Special considerations may be given to a horse who could be safely used for 1-2 beginner/intermediate lessons each week.

Contact us with any questions!

Photos from LaBarre Training Center's post 05/20/2022

A longer read, but we discuss this a lot. If your horse won’t go forward, this is usually why!

Photos from Wild Child Farm's post 05/15/2022

WCF riders and pit crew getting the season started on the right foot! Lovely rides for Brandi and Sydney yesterday. It was waaaaaaaaaay too hot for May 14, but everyone survived their tests with excellent feedback to improve for the next show! I’m so excited to see what this summer brings! Thank you Jess Reilly for the photos!


Great Job Nathaniel and Noah at their first show. WCF was well represented by this dashing pair! Lots of 6’s and 7’s and with lots of space to improve, I think these two will have a great year!


We will have two stalls open in May for a year round or summer boarder. If you want a quiet barn with super friendly, supportive people, with excellent care and instruction, please send us a message! We treat each horse as our own and we love to see everyone happy and successful!


We would like to start a new program at the farm for tiny people. Saturdays with Sydney will offer half hour lessons for riders 3-6 years old who are interested in horses and riding but not yet able to commit to a true, disciplined lesson program. Students will ride and lead their horses, learning basic safety and control, but the main intention is to help them become more comfortable and confident around horses. Lessons will be scheduled between 9am and 12pm at 30 minute intervals and will be $25. If this is successful, we will offer additional days/times. Please message us or email [email protected] with interest.


Hi All!
Winter has been ROUGH! But now that spring has arrived, it’s time to refill the lesson calendar. If you were on the calendar before the cold cut us off and would like to be again, please let me know ASAP. Spots will fill first come, first served.

For 2022, my costs have increased between 30 and 50%, so I am raising my prices for the first time in years. The new lesson rate will be $50 for a private hour.

If you have any questions or would like to get on the schedule Monday through Saturday, please send a Facebook message or Email me at [email protected]

If you have contacted me previously, please contact me again. It’s been a really hard winter with 30 horses and limited help and I just haven’t been able to keep up with messages.

Thank you!


Tentative Camp Dates 2022

Please let us know as soon as possible if you are interested in attending as we are planning a very busy summer!

June 20-24
June 27 - July 1
July 18 - 22
July 25- 29

Camps run from 8:30 to 3:30

Please contact us with interest through Facebook messenger or by Email to [email protected]

Charles de Kunffy's Lessons for Dressage Instructors: The Nature of the Horse 03/24/2022

Charles de Kunffy's Lessons for Dressage Instructors: The Nature of the Horse

These are the principles by which we ride and train here at the farm. We don’t always get it right, but we work every day to become more harmonious and empathetic partners to our horses. It takes longer, but you end up with a happy, reliable, sound mount, and that is so much more rewarding than a few ribbons.

Charles de Kunffy's Lessons for Dressage Instructors: The Nature of the Horse Teach your dressage students how to gain the horse’s trust and cooperation.

Splash Dancing Arabesque 02/25/2022

Splash Dancing Arabesque

Sold to a lovely new home!

This one makes me a little sad because we really love her, but she really, really wants her own person to love and bond with, so…..

9YO, 15.1hh registered Bashkir Curly Mare. Splash Dancing Arabesque (Ari), is a sweet, lovable mare who is looking for a quiet rider to call her own. Ari is great on trails, works in the indoor and outdoor rings, is not spooky (though can and does occasionally spook as they all do), stands for hours in cross ties or tied to the trailer without complaint, good for the vet and farrier, loads and trailers well and is easy for everyone to handle.

Under saddle Ari has all the attributes of a beginner mount but she would really prefer an intermediate or advanced rider as she is a sensitive mare both to rider tightness and rough hands. While I used her in my lesson program and have included video of beginners on her, she has made it very clear that this work makes her unhappy, so we would like to find her a one person home with a soft, quiet rider who wants a quiet, safe horse to do trails, flat work, a little jumping, whatever strikes your fancy! She’s game to try most anything. If you ride tight in your legs/seat or need your reins for control/balance/safety, you may not be the best match for her.

The video shows some past clips with students and the longer segment was filmed over this past weekend and was her first ride in 6 months with no lunging or prep of any kind. She obviously shows some tension, particularly in the canter, but you can see how safe and easy she truly is.

Please PM any questions or email [email protected]

🥕🥕,🥕🥕🥕. Listed at end of video

Splash Dancing Arabesque 15.1 hh 9YO registered Bashkir Curly MareThis super sweet, quiet mare just isn’t happy in a lesson program and really wants her own person. She is easy to h...


This is something everyone should consider doing!

Totman Farm is hosting a LandSafe clinic this year! It's a great opportunity for all Maine riders.


Happy Holidays from all of us at Wild Child Farm!

Timeline photos 12/22/2021

Timeline photos

If you give your child a pony, they will want to ride. You’ll buy them the best pony you can find, followed by a helmet, boots and all other things pony.
You look for a local barn to ride at. And then life as you know it, will end.
Before you know it, they want to show so you find a circuit …..There will be no more lazy weekends watching tv. You will see more sunrises than you ever thought possible.
Every spare minute of your time will be spent hauling horse trailers and horses and enduring a crazy addiction to practice for the next show.
Your house may be a mess, and your car will be dirty. All because you gave your child a pony. Your weekends will be spent freezing or burning to death on a fold up chair. And their weekends will be spent gaining confidence and friends, learning new skills and having fun and getting dirty!!!!
You will be there the day he or she takes the first few steps of canter, the first taste of a jump, first ribbon, first championship. And they will make you SO proud. And right before your eyes, your little boy/girl will be transformed from the baby who bounced around on their rocking horse into an exceptional young horse enthusiast on the hunt for the next pony finals or maybe even the Olympics!
When you give your child a pony , you give them more than just something to ride. You give them a sport, a talent, hope and dreams. Friends, a new family, a place to learn about life, room to grow as a person where they can push their limits, and bravery, and courage, and memories.
Then one day, many years from today…they will be in their room and a certain trophy will catch their eye. And they will pick it up and realize instantly that when you gave your child a pony, you also gave them a childhood that they would never forget, at this point, you realize that everything you gave up along the way and sacrificed was totally worth it…..
All because you gave your child a pony.
Copied from a friend. Powerful


For anyone who has contacted me about working, I’m at a horse show with no cell service. I have WiFi only if I stand outside the secretary’s office. I will get back to you all as we drive back tonight!


We will have two stalls opening up in June. Our facility is friendly and supportive. You won’t find a nicer, less dramatic barn atmosphere.

Board includes all hay/grain/bedding, stall cleaning, all day turnout and use of our bright and large indoor and outdoor arenas, and on-property trails. We are also adjacent to the Lorax trails and several quiet roads.

Owner/instructor on site 24/7.

$575, stall board only at this time.


This is what happens in Maine after the winter.....

Photos from Residential & Commercial Junk Removal's post 02/11/2021

If anyone is interested in a saddle cabinet (or needs some help with repairs, clean up or junk removal), check with Nate!


I’m still looking for a super kind horse or pony for a small beginner. Would prefer between 6 and 20 and 13-15.2 hands, but we will consider anything if temperament and behavior are excellent. Child can walk/trot and canter on a steady mount, but has lost confidence and is very timid, so the horse must be kind and not prone to taking advantage of riders. The horse will be kept at the farm, so it can be ridden by more experienced riders to keep it on track if necessary. Obviously no bucking, rearing, bolting, kicking, biting, etc. not spooky. Breed/color/sex are unimportant and it needs no specialized skills except it should be quiet in and out of the ring. Budget 6.

Someone must know of a great horse who needs a kid to love them!

Photos from Charles Owen's post 09/13/2020

Helmets are so important. I don’t care how long you’ve been riding or how good you are or how much you trust your horse. Accidents happen. WEAR A HELMET!


ISO: the worlds most dead broke, bombproof horse or pony for a very timid child. Will consider any age/breed/size, but this is a very tiny rider. Absolutely no bad behaviors, can’t suddenly speed up or have a large spook. Can be lazy. We need the ultimate confidence builder. Would also consider a lease on a very old, serviceably sound horse to give her time to regain her confidence. Please send me a pm if you might have the horse we need!


We wrapped up our summer with a fun mini camp session. 2020 isn’t great for getting out to shows, so we created an opportunity for students to prepare and show here at the farm. 6 great kids on some pretty cool ponies made 4 days fly by! Thank you Ellen McFarland for coming to judge today and giving so much great feedback!

I hope everyone had fun, we’ll certainly do it again!


This is an especially hard thing to work around when most of my students don’t own horses. My lesson ponies can’t be jumped everyday, which means only one or two students can have a jump lesson each week. If we want our horses to stay sound into old age, we have to take good care of their minds and bodies.

I get it, a majority of kids love to jump. I do too. I look forward to my weekly jump schooling session and competitions. Jumping is part of the motivation, for me, that goes into flat-work.

What I struggle with is the kids who who jump everyday, any-day. Whats more infuriating is the parents that encourage it.

A pony or a horse only has so many jumps in its life. A pony is not built or bred to be jumped everyday. Especially now that we are in the middle of summer, the ground is rock hard.

I just have to go on social media and witness the daily array of photos and videos of kids jumping their ponies. Day after day.

There are three reasons why as a general rule, my horses are limited to jump schooling one to two times a week.
-The basics. Limiting my jump schooling sessions encourages me to focus on the flatwork. anyone who had me as a coach will have heard me say, 'jumping is just flatwork over sticks'. One wise coach taught me this years ago. 99% of the issues I have jumping can be corrected by going back to the flatwork.
-Injury prevention. Horses are not designed to jump and jump and jump everyday. You risk lameness and the potential of a pony 'breaking down'. The impact of daily jumping is increased when the ground gets rock hard, like right now.
-Boredom. My horses love to jump. Just like humans horses get bored of doing the same thing again and again and again. Every week my horses routine is a mixture of hacking, flat-work, fitness work (especially Hippo), and jump schooling.

To the parents, this is your job to educate your kid. And its starts right at the beginning when they are learning to jump. Its saying 'No, the pony has jumped enough', when they plead to keep on going. Its your job to listen to the coaches when they say enough jumping. Its your job to teach your kid about the idea of quality jumping over quantity jumping.

A horse/pony only has a limited number of jumps. If for nothing else then the sake of the horse think quality of quantity, less jumping better jumping.

P.C Jane Thompson, throwback to Taupo 3DE 2018, Hippo's most recent eventing start.


Hi Farm Family!

The horses and I are doing just fine but are ready to get back to work. We are still following recommendations to keep the business closed, but hopeful that we can get back into a routine of some type in May.

Because the virus will still be around. There will be a few changes. We will be strictly scheduling ride and visit times so our clients will not have unnecessary contact. It will be important that you arrive on time and are finished and ready to leave when your time is over so others can have their time. We will also require masks for all students. I will be in a mask as well. We will also continue to ask that any student with a cough, runny nose, fever or headache stay home.

The list of rules may grow as we are learning more about the virus everyday. Our main goal is to give everyone the opportunity to get out and ride again without contributing to the spread of the virus. Social distancing is working in Maine, and we don’t want the tragedies here that we see in other parts of the country.

I will keep you all posted as we get nearer to reopening. It would be very helpful if my students could all send me a list of days/times that would work for them so that I can begin putting together a schedule.

Thank you all for your patience and support during this time. The horses still require the same care and the same output of money, whether they work or not. Thank you to all of my clients who have offered support in any way. We have a great crew here and I can’t wait to get you all back in the saddle!



Horseless horse show time!

Ok, you’re all bored, so we’re going to have a horseless horse show. Anyone can participate.

Be creative! Make a horse! Wear your show clothes!

1. Make your arena markers
A, K, E, H, C, M, B, F
You can use anything you have on hand. Paper plates, Dixie cups, balloons, paper cones, whatever works!

2. Make a horse if you want! Be creative!

3. Learn your test. Let’s start with Intro B which is a walk/trot test. Here is a link if you don’t have it: https://www.usdf.org/docs/showflash/web/tests/2019/Intro_Test_B.pdf

4.Set up your arena. A standard small arena is 20 x 40 meters, but that’s pretty big, so let’s make our arenas 20 x 40 feet. If you don’t have enough outside space, find the biggest space you have, measure the length and reduce the size accordingly (this is good math practice, let me know if you need help).
A. Put A in the center of one short side
K. Standing at A, looking into the arena, walk to your left. From the corner, measure 5ft, this is where your letter K will sit.
E. Walk 15 feet down the long side and place letter E
H. Walk 15 feet from E and place H. It should then be 5 feet to the corner.
C. The center of the short side is C
M. Walk 5ft out of your corner and set M
B. Walk 15 feet and place B
F. Walk 15ft and place F
X. This letter doesn’t have a marker since it’s in the center of the ring. X is located directly between E and B

5. Dress in your best attire, this is a show!

6. Bribe a family member to stand at C (a few feet back). And record your test.

7. Post your test to the farm page by Friday, April 10.

The more participants, the more fun we can have!!



This is pretty cool!

How to Ride with Soft Arms for a Better Connection 01/10/2020

How to Ride with Soft Arms for a Better Connection

How to Ride with Soft Arms for a Better Connection The bend in the elbow allows elasticity forward and backward to follow the horse’s mouth every step.


How are you spending The last day of 2019? I’m purging. For me, the first step to setting new goals is clearing the clutter and getting my house in order. That means actual house cleaning and also mental housekeeping. When your home is clean and organized, you will be less stressed and more efficient, same with the barn. When you’re less stressed it’s easier to focus your mind and keep things positive which is essential for setting and keeping goals.

This week of cleaning out and reflecting on 2019 will help me clear out the trash and make room for new dreams. I’m pushing myself to make bigger, bolder goals for 2020 and I hope you will too.

What is your goal for 2020? I don’t want to hear “lose weight” or “get fit” or “ride more”, you won’t keep those goals because they aren’t goals, they’re steps toward something you haven’t defined. Your goal is that one thing you’re afraid to say out loud because it seems ridiculous to hope for. That thing you can’t get out of your head. If it makes you a little nervous but really excited, That’s the goal. So comment below and tell us what it is! I want to hear from all of you, but especially my clients because one of my goals in 2020 is to hold you accountable and help you crush YOUR goals.

Thank you all for helping to make 2019 a wonderful year. I can’t begin to express my gratitude for all of the amazing people In my life. I hope we can all work together to make 2020 the best year yet!

Happy New Year!🎊


As I finally head to Thanksgiving dinner, I would like to thank all of my wonderful Students, boarders and farm supporters for a wonderful year. Our barn is overflowing with love and laughter (and currently horses!). I could not imagine a better job or workplace and you all make this possible. Thank you, thank you, thank you, not only for supporting my business, but for supporting each other. I am truly honored to have you all as part of the Wild Child Farm family.

Photos from Tamarack Hill Farm's post 10/29/2019

I’m always offering free gym memberships at the farm with free personal training 😂🤣

Few people take me up on the offer!!

Photos from Wild Child Farm's post 09/23/2019

So long summer, hello fall! I can only hope that Fall will bring more beautiful moments like these. Winter, you can be fashionably late, thank you.


Saydie finally taught Ari to jump! Much easier than trotting over everything.

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