A Day on the Farm- Awake

At this very moment on this rather blustery Friday morning I feel oddly awake. Let my preface that with a quick admission, I have a sleep disorder called narcolepsy. This sleep disorder often leaves me groggy and exhausted both physically and mentally. I live in a near constant state of sleep deprivation. There have beenContinue reading “A Day on the Farm- Awake”

Covid & the farm

You ever have a day or a week where you keep hoping to wake up from a bad dream? Yea, I feel you on that. As I am sure any of you agree, 2020 was one of those years but 2020 also was the year my baby goats were born. The year I worked hardContinue reading “Covid & the farm”

Love is in the Air!

It’s that time of year! Love is in the air and we, at Hidden Meadow want to show how much we love our customers, clients & students! Now through February 18th we are offering special prices on our packages! We want to recognize all of our customers and we want to say thank you toContinue reading “Love is in the Air!”

Hank’s second month

The human that seems to be “ours” is acting strange. The scent of something hangs about her. It is not fear but it is close to it. I am not certain what is going on but I watch as people come and go. A few days ago a small one was born. She whinnied andContinue reading “Hank’s second month”

Hank’s First Month

We were in a corral, a small area with high fences and an area that we could go under. I didn’t trust the thing. My herd mate liked it. The three mares had a few shelters they could go in. Everything about this place was wrong. Too much water. I could smell water everywhere. IContinue reading “Hank’s First Month”

Hank’s Journey East

Horses remember things differently. My name is Hank and as you read in the last blog post I was uncertain as to what was going to happen to me and my friends. Most of my life was spent roaming vast amounts of land searching for food and water for me and my herd. It wasContinue reading “Hank’s Journey East”

Fall Greetings! Phase 1

This time last year (October 2018) I had a completely different barn, I primarily had boarders and while I had a few lesson students I was primarily focused on my boarders

Spring Special Riding Lessons!

If you’ve seen our Facebook page or previous posts were are bringing home some mustangs as ambassadors for the free roaming wild horses of the west! To help give these horses a great start we are running a special to establish a fund especially for them. See below for a few riding package specials! ExcellentContinue reading “Spring Special Riding Lessons!”

Be On The Look Out

Remember this Friday is Black Friday and we will be updating and posting some specials on riding lessons, leases and summer camp! -Felicia Fountain Do you want to make a recommendation about a service or a package we should offer? Drop us a line! Hara would love to know what you are looking for! WeContinue reading “Be On The Look Out”

The Start of A Sustainable Horse Farm

A year and a half ago I foolishly thought it’d be easy to build a horse farm from the ground up. I had a lot of success at first and I thought wow, this is so easy. Now, I’ve realized that I have so much more to learn and not nearly enough time to learnContinue reading “The Start of A Sustainable Horse Farm”