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Each Thoroughbred that come to us off the track gets all the time they require to let down and be a horse. This process can be short or long, but it is never rushed.
When they tell us they are ready to move on - we pick them back up by trail riding to get them relaxed ad going forward.
The horses give us an idea of their suitability for second careers and then we start to retrain for the discipline they prefer.
Perry Flynn, President
Perry is a professor of speech language pathology at the UNC Greensboro and a Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship certified riding instructor. He has been riding hunters and jumpers in the amateur ranks throughout his adult life.
Executive Director and boots on the ground of The Winter Farm
Jill Davies, Secretary
"Having taken 25 years off from showing in the amateur-owner jumpers, and getting a total right hip replacement (along with more titanium in the right lower leg), a year ago I started riding my boy Willy aka Luv Me Do. I have worked hard to get my ‘feel’ back and muscle memory I’m very happy to have come this far and thank Kyla Roeber and Tommy Serio for giving Willy the training and show experience in the hunters while I recovered from a double compound fracture. Willy wants to be a jumper and that is the direction we are headed! Thoroughbreds rock!!"
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