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Dear Fieldstone Farm Friends,

We would like to thank our entire Fieldstone Farm family for your amazing support at this time. Many of you have contacted us offering to help take care of the horses or with any other needs we may have. We are truly honored by all of your generous thoughts and while they are appreciated, we are trying to minimize the number of people at the farm. So for now, our amazing staff is taking good care of the horses and farm.

While our horses are cared for daily, the situation has encouraged our instructional staff to think very creatively so that we can continue to reach our students and volunteers even though they are not able to come to the barn at this time. Our instructors have sent stretching videos to their students, as well as activities and lessons that they can work on at home. Our staff has also been posting many pictures on Facebook daily so that everyone who loves our horses can see how well they are doing as they continue to enjoy some unexpected downtime in the pastures. Our volunteers are also receiving weekly video lessons to improve their horse skills. The overall situation, although very distressing, has also given us an opportunity to continue to share our program in unique ways, and for that we are truly grateful.

We miss you all and hope we can continue to stay connected through our Facebook posts and emails! Meanwhile, stay healthy! We hope to see everyone back again soon!

Sincerely,

Lynnette Stuart
Chief Executive Officer
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Dear Fieldstone Farm Friends,

We would like to thank our entire Fieldstone Farm family for your amazing support at this time. Many of you have contacted us offering to help take care of the horses or with any other needs we may have. We are truly honored by all of your generous thoughts and while they are appreciated, we are trying to minimize the number of people at the farm. So for now, our amazing staff is taking good care of the horses and farm. 

While our horses are cared for daily, the situation has encouraged our instructional staff to think very creatively so that we can continue to reach our students and volunteers even though they are not able to come to the barn at this time. Our instructors have sent stretching videos to their students, as well as activities and lessons that they can work on at home. Our staff has also been posting many pictures on Facebook daily so that everyone who loves our horses can see how well they are doing as they continue to enjoy some unexpected downtime in the pastures. Our volunteers are also receiving weekly video lessons to improve their horse skills. The overall situation, although very distressing, has also given us an opportunity to continue to share our program in unique ways, and for that we are truly grateful.  

We miss you all and hope we can continue to stay connected through our Facebook posts and emails! Meanwhile, stay healthy! We hope to see everyone back again soon!

Sincerely,

Lynnette Stuart
Chief Executive Officer

Sonny and Willy would like to say hello to everyone this afternoon! Check out their video below.

To read more about our horses, please visit www.fieldstonefarmtrc.com/meet-our-horses/
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Thanks Jinene for your videos. It is wonderful to see you with these two little mischief makers!!

Great video Jinene Studzinski

Thank you for the video, I just sent Mom a link to it! She misses those two and everyone else. Stay safe

Hi Janine!

Hi Jinene. Love all your posts. Cheers!!!

Great job Jinene Studzinski!

😍😍🥰🥰🥰

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Guess the snout! Which horse in our herd belongs to which snout - write it down and we will post answers in the comments tomorrow. If you need hints, check out our website www.fieldstonefarmtrc.com/meet-our-horses/. Thanks Hearts And Horses Therapeutic Riding Center for the interactive idea! ... See MoreSee Less

Guess the snout! Which horse in our herd belongs to which snout - write it down and we will post answers in the comments tomorrow. If you need hints, check out our website https://www.fieldstonefarmtrc.com/meet-our-horses/. Thanks Hearts And Horses Therapeutic Riding Center for the interactive idea!

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Hi everyone, thank you for playing! Here are the answers: Top left: Lightning Top right: Topeak Bottom left: Dillon Bottom right: Pilgrim :

Aww the chestnut muzzle with blaze reminds me of my families horse Shmo aka “Mo” years ago we donated him to y’all before he was diagnosed with heaves. 💝

Pilgrim is the only one I think I recognize?💕

Fun game! Tex is not one of them.

Chrissy, Aarow, Dillon, buda?

Oohh one of those is a picture I took😁😁😁

Sundance, Dillon , pilgrim, not sure on the grey!

Happy happy 😃

I don’t know the horses yet, but this is a cute idea.😄

Adaleigh Faulhaber 🙂

Lightening, Topeak,Dillon, Pilgrim??

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Instructors Winni and Tonya would like to introduce everyone to Daisy and Jewel! Check out their video below.

To read more about our horses, go to our website www.fieldstonefarmtrc.com-meet-our-horses
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We miss you all!

I love working with our lovely Jewel!

Hi guys!!!

Love seeing all of you . Praying we will see all of you soon 🤗

Adaleigh Faulhaber

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Fred says hi! He’s healing well and so happy to be back outside in his small paddock for turnout. ... See MoreSee Less

Fred says hi! He’s healing well and so happy to be back outside in his small paddock for turnout.

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Beautiful creatures so sweet😍

Great ! - 🐎❤🐎

Hi Fred!

We love you Fred. Enjoy your well earned freedom. Your patience has paid off, and we are so happy to see you take this latest step towards wellness.❤️

Hey fred

At last!

🥰🤗😘

Look at that smile 😍😊

So happy 😁

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