Hardacre Stud Farm
| Once upon a time, in the countryside of Germany, lived a 23 year old woman and her husband. They both shared a great love for equestrianism and horses. They had just gotten married, and were ready to start a new family and happy life together. They purchased a small farmhouse in the countryside and had some livestock on their property. Lacy (23) worked at a local stable as a trainer, but she always felt she needed more. She would compete in local shows, but that was never enough. Lacy and her husband ( Adam ) always wanted their own stud/ stable. |
| One day, as Lacy was coming out of work, an old woman was selling lottery tickets. Nonchalantly, Lacy purchased one for 2 Euros. She went home that same day to check if she had won anything. As she read the numbers aloud to Adam, she couldn't believe her eyes. 1-4-7-9-0. She had won 85 million dollars. Jumping for joy, the two drove out and collected their grand prize. After 3 days of packing and getting their belongings together, they decided to move to Alberta, Canada where they would start their dream facility, Hardacre Stud Farm. |
Contact - firstname.lastname@example.org
Location - Alberta, Canada
Capacity - 100 Horses
Breeding and Stud Services
Boarding and Care
Horse and Rider Training
AMENITIES Our facility includes 25 stalls in the main barn, 15 stalls in the stud barn, 6 large paddocks, cross country course, riders lounge, indoor arena, 2 outdoor arenas, and a large parking lot.
October 7, 2017 // Just another day
I always enjoyed the barn. The hum of the electricity, the distant cluck of the chickens, and the snorting and sighing of the horses. It was 7:30 am as as I walked into the barn, Claudia moved about her stall with pure excitement. I greeted the mare at her stall, and then grabbed her lead rope and attached it to her halter. I led her out of the barn, groomed, and tacked up while humming the song "Loose it". After Claudia was tacked, we rode about the trails for about 10 minutes which led us to the cross country course. We warmed up and then started running the course. I've never ridden a horse like Claudia. When she moves, she moved with grace and raw power. I can feel every single move she makes when I'm in the saddle. This horse is something special. After walking the course a few times, we started jumping. Jump after jump, I could feel her wanting to go as she playfully jerked her head, causing me to stumble on my reins a bit. She loved the big jumps. This horse was made for this discipline, and it's so nice to see how much she enjoys it. We practiced for about half an hour ( picture ) and then headed back home to the barn so I could finish some chores and teach some lessons I has scheduled for the afternoon.