| Strawberry Hill, was re-opened in 2014 by Jill Summers. Many years ago, Strawberry Hill was owned by her grandfather, and it was a very beautiful place back then. He had a passion for Welsh ponies, and he bred many beautiful ones, but when he passed away, his son took over the place and ruined it with his madness. He destroyed the horses he had in his possesion, and he destroyed Strawberry Hills reputation and good name. |
Strawberry Hill slowly lost it's beauty and was left in ruins when the son didn't have any money left to spend. When Jill turned 25, she used up all her savings buying the ruined farm, all to make her dead grandfather proud and bring Strawberry Hill back to life. But after awhile, she had to give up because she couldn't do it by herself. She had lost faith in the project and the will to continue was just not there anymore.
My ex, Chris, and I brought the stable and promised Jill to continue all her hard work, and we did.
| But then Chris and I got into a big fight, that I don't even remember anymore, and now I'm taking care of Strawberry Hill with a good friend of mine named Macy Kate Wynther, who's also the co-owner of Strawberry Hill. |
At first, I didn't want to have and breed Welsh Cobs, because I had my heart set on the hanoverians. But then Macy found some georgeus Welsh Cob stallions and I litterally fell in love with the Cobs. For a long time, we bred hanoverians AND Welsh Cobs, but after some time I decided to stop breeding hanoverians and only have a few of them, and then focus on breeding the wonderfull Welsh Cobs.
Now, here in 2017, our main breeds is Welsh Cobs and Irish Cobs/Gypsy. We've gathered a wonderfull staff and then we have all kinds of breeds at our stable.