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Hi, my name is Xena. I am very happy to have officially become a member of the Fieldstone team in February of 2019. I am an eye catching black and white tobiano Spotted Draft mare with bright blue eyes. You certainly won’t miss me in the barn. I am a sturdy built gal, about 15.2 hands tall. I was born in 2005 and have been an Amish work horse most of my life. I have been ridden around the farm and on trail but nothing formal. I have gained a little more experience as a riding horse since arriving here.

I respond very well to verbal cues. I am easy to lead and work around. I still need a little more practice in hoof picking etiquette. I am very good with my front hooves but still learning how to pick up and hold my rear hooves. They are working consistently with me on this, so no need to worry about rear hoof picking, it will be taken care of.

I love to drive, so you will see me in that program as well. This is what I was born to do and I sure do it well! In the riding program, I am good with most of the games and activities. Everything looks a little different when you don’t have a driving bridle on. I prefer one sidewalker on the left only for the time being. Overall, I am a very laid back, easy going gal who is certain to be a favorite with my good looks, personality and versatility. I have found my next career! See you soon!

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Hi, my name is Xena.  I am very happy to have officially become a member of the Fieldstone team in February of 2019.  I am an eye catching black and white tobiano Spotted Draft mare with bright blue eyes.  You certainly won’t miss me in the barn.  I am a sturdy built gal, about 15.2 hands tall.  I was born in 2005 and have been an Amish work horse most of my life.  I have been ridden around the farm and on trail but nothing formal.  I have gained a little more experience as a riding horse since arriving here.

I respond very well to verbal cues.  I am easy to lead and work around.  I still need a little more practice in hoof picking etiquette.  I am very good with my front hooves but still learning how to pick up and hold my rear hooves.  They are working consistently with me on this, so no need to worry about rear hoof picking, it will be taken care of.

I love to drive, so you will see me in that program as well.  This is what I was born to do and I sure do it well!  In the riding program, I am good with most of the games and activities.  Everything looks a little different when you don’t have a driving bridle on.  I prefer one sidewalker on the left only for the time being.  Overall, I am a very laid back, easy going gal who is certain to be a favorite with my good looks, personality and versatility.  I have found my next career!  See you soon!

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She is beautiful

I love her!

What a beauty!

What a pretty girl!

What a great looking girl.

You are already a favorite in the driving classes Xena, and I can’t wait to get back into the carriage with you!

Wow!❤

What a beauty!

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Rico and Arrow enjoying the warmer temps and warmth of the sun. 😎☀️
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Rico and Arrow enjoying the warmer temps and warmth of the sun. 😎☀️
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STUDENT OF THE MONTH

Nick Stonis is the February student of the month. Nick rides weekly in the 6:45pm Thursday class. Nick started at Fieldstone Farm in 2010 with his school group. He also participated in Fieldstone Farm's summer camp for several years. He became a weekly student in 2018.

Nick started riding Butterscotch with a side walker and a leader. He has shown huge growth in his core strength and has demonstrated patience with Butterscotch when they have difficulty communicating with each other.

He quickly grew in skill and is now off lead and independent at the walk while riding Razz for many classes.

Nick has a great team spirit, loves to play games while riding, and enjoys spending time grooming and tacking his horse prior to the riding lesson.

Keep up the good work Nick! We are so proud of you!
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STUDENT OF THE MONTH 

Nick Stonis is the February student of the month. Nick rides weekly in the 6:45pm Thursday class. Nick started at Fieldstone Farm in 2010 with his school group. He also participated in Fieldstone Farms summer camp for several years. He became a weekly student in 2018.

Nick started riding Butterscotch with a side walker and a leader. He has shown huge growth in his core strength and has demonstrated patience with Butterscotch when they have difficulty communicating with each other.  

He quickly grew in skill and is now off lead and independent at the walk while riding Razz for many classes.  

Nick has a great team spirit, loves to play games while riding, and enjoys spending time grooming and tacking his horse prior to the riding lesson. 

Keep up the good work Nick! We are so proud of you!

 

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👍🏽👏🏽

Way to go, Nick!!

That's GREAT! Good job, Nick!

So awesome! I love that my horse is helping others now!

It would seem Sonny is more interested in eating his hay😀. ... See MoreSee Less

It would seem Sonny is more interested in eating his hay😀.

 

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Those two are a team!

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