Author Archives: Little Kentucky Farm

Stay Grey

Nature’s first dapple is grey. Her hardest color to stay. Her early coat’s a bay, but only so a day. Then dapple subsides to white, in the morning light. So dawn goes down to day. Nothing grey can stay.

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Highs & Lows For The Season

  Its been a strange but happy season so far with Lou and myself. Our first trial began in January, where we got a TE (Technical Elimination) on the cross country for not going through the flags at the water … Continue reading

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Drool Worthy!

Yes, Handsome Jake is “drool worthy”, as someone recently said. This 4 year old has the making of a super star in the show world. He’s built for jumping and has the brains to go full-out Dressage. It is a … Continue reading

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Stall Opening May 1st

A stall opening May 1st for horses in training and consignment. 30-60-90 day training packages. An excellent source to prep for the Retired Racehorse Project.

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Coach E – Sold

Congratulations to Judy McDonald on her purchase of Coach E! Judy will continue to develop Coach and bring her along as a show horse, with also the hopes of enjoying her chasing the hounds in the next few years.

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Great Beginning

  This past weekend started the year off with some positive energy at the Poplar Place Farm February Trials in Hamilton, GA. Louis was in the Open Novice division and showed a lot of maturity in many different ways. As usual the Dressage was … Continue reading

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More Cowbell and Matti Ready For 2017

It’s  an interesting story how More Cowbell and Matti Burns came into each other’s lives. It started with a phone call from a parent researching horses to purchase for their daughter. I remember I was competing at Poplar Place Farm with … Continue reading

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