Ok. Tell us as much as you possibly can about your stable, what it looks like, why you like it ect.
I ride at a show barn in Paris,Ky, called Long Horn Valley Farm. It is owned & operated by Henry Elam. He boards/owns/trains/shows horses registered RMHA,KMSHA,& UMH.I am his only rider. We have two farm hands, neither of which ride, they just clean stalls,mow,bath,ect.There are currently 2 barns; an older one that was there when they bought the property & a new barn which is almost complete. Once the new barn is completed the old barn will be torn down & a new riding ring will be built. There are anywhere from 8-15 horses boarded at anytime [we show on average 8 a weekend between us]. Henry likes to keep the number down so that he can provide the neccesary time needed to bring out the most potential in each horse.Among those horses boarded he also has several horses of his own that he shows, along with my horse =]. Among all the horses are 7 stallions,5 mares, a yearling, & several 2yr olds that are being broke. Along with having stallions is the mares that are there to be bred to them. There is an extra pasture for them. All show horses are kept in stalls and rotated out into round pens throughout the week. Along with horses, theres a mule, several geese, & some of the cutest dogs ever.Ummm I think that's about it,but if you have any ?s, ask away!
Heres a picture taken back in a believe March. They have come along way with the outside [columns,landscaping,ect] & the inside of the barn since the pic was taken. --->