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He’s Pretty Terrific

Eor The Terrific enjoyed a recent outing at the July Poplar Trials. It was blazing hot.

Nothing Can Beat a Thursday Gallop

  We are up bright and early Thursday mornings since we’ve added a gallop to our fitness schedule. I’m hoping that it will not only give Louis better endurance, but also make him lighter in the bridle. We shall see in a few weeks!… Continue Reading “Nothing Can Beat a Thursday Gallop”

The First Hello & The Last Goodbye

By Anastasia Gallo In the competitive horse industry, especially in the marketing of sale horses, what does it take to be successful in selling horses? There’s a little hot secret in the North Georgia mountains of a woman who prefers to fly under the… Continue Reading “The First Hello & The Last Goodbye”

He’s Certainly a Beautiful View

  A Giant View (Zen) had his exclusive photo shoot with the farm’s favorite photographer, Leslie Threlkeld. He was the perfect model and the camera loved him! Photos have been added to his info on the HORSES FOR SALEpage.

Little Kentucky Farm Caps

Little Kentucky Farm Thoroughbreds baseball caps are here! Uni-sex caps by Port & Co. 2 colors to choose from, Khaki with navy thread and American flag on the side or Navy with white thread and American flag on the side. $32 (includes shipping) Send… Continue Reading “Little Kentucky Farm Caps”

What. A. Horse!

We are beyond excited to have this fabulous youngster on the farm. Introducing ‘A Giant View’ (barn name Zen). Zen wasn’t making fast enough published gallops, so we answered the call and brought him home. This horse is pure class and is certainly an… Continue Reading “What. A. Horse!”

SOLD – Watch Me Smok’em

Congratulations to the Hunt family of Asheville, NC on their newest addition of Watch Me Smok’em (Stevie). His new partner Molly was looking for an upper level prospect and Stevie was the first horse that she tried. Her search was immediately over. Talk about… Continue Reading “SOLD – Watch Me Smok’em”

Successful Schooling at Home

In the beginning stages of my young horses, I start working them over trot poles before I ask them to jump a fence. It’s an easy exercise to help balance, coordinate, concentrate and strengthen their muscles and mental awareness. It also doesn’t pound on… Continue Reading “Successful Schooling at Home”

Less is Definitely More

The season has started out super for Eor The Terrific (aka Louis) and I. We’ve certainly done and continue to do our homework with specific coaches (Harrison Ford, Kyle Carter, Michael Pollard and Daniel Sarango). I also took a look at the equipment I… Continue Reading “Less is Definitely More”

Pure Class & Beauty

Now that Watch Me Smok’em (Stevie) has turned 4 years old, its time to focus on muscle development, footwork and jump lessons. Its been an extremely wet (daily heavy rains and flooding) here in Georgia and there always must be a Plan B to… Continue Reading “Pure Class & Beauty”