Our Success Stories 

We love matching the special horses that come through our farm with their perfect matches. Scroll on to see some of our favorite success stories! Hover over the pictures to read the stories.   

Coffee Boy
"Dunkin"

In 2017, I got a call about a very special horse Coffee Boy, owned by Jamie’s father. “Dunkin” as we called him was a special favorite of Jamie’s father, following him around the track like a puppy dog. Once at our farm, Dunkin continued to be a barn favorite while learning the ropes of eventing. He took to whatever job he had with the same kindness he showed on the track, so we searched for his special person. Today, his story came full circle as his special person turned out to be Jamie’s daughter-in-law Joanne. We are so excited to see this special boy go to his “new” home!

Derivative
"Carry Me Home"
"Miles"

Derivative is a 2008 bay thoroughbred gelding by Mr. Greeley out of Erica's Smile. In his eventing career, he competed under the name "Carry Me Home" and carried Whitney through an impressive career. Their top highlights include a 1st in the 2017 IEA Novice Three Day event, a 1st in Novice at Spring Bay, and a 1st in 2016 at in Novice at River Glen Fall. Miles is continuing his eventing career with owner Caroline Greathouse.

Flying Candy Ride
"Max"

Flying Candy Ride is a 2012 bay thoroughbred gelding by Candy Ride (Argentina-bred) out of Shield. In 16 starts, he earned $23,946. In 2017 he was on the RRP journey but due to abscesses he found a different path with owner Jordan Skinner. Jordan and Max are successfully eventing with Whitney currently 

Three D Printer
"Birdie"

Three D Printer is a 2013 bay thoroughbred mare by Turn Him Back out of January Twentieth. Birdie won $37,460 at the track in 18 starts. In 2018, Whitney matched Birdie to Amanda Sarles who took her to the 2018 RRP where they placed 22nd out of over 60 riders in the working ranch division and were the 7th placed amateur. 

Curly's Rocket
"Mo"

Curly's Rocket is a 2015 bay thoroughbred gelding by IntoMischief out of Call For Fire. In 5 starts, Mo won a total of $95,400 for an impressive race career. After his career on the track, Whitney restarted him as an eventer and in 2019 he found a new home with Brittney Blevins. They are continuing their eventing career under Whitney's tutelage. 

Forevereverly
"Eve"

Forevereverly is a 2016 bay thoroughbred mare by Drosselmeyer out of Terrifee. Whitney found Eve at the track and helped place her with new owner Amanda Sarles. Eve has completed her let down period and is started on the journey to 2020 RRP.