Horse Stable and Riding Instruction in Jeffersontown, Kentucky
Gus, 2011 Grulla Pony. Awesome, friendly little guy.
Also available for driving lessons
Tango, 2006 Strawberry Roan Tennessee Walker
Deacon, "Market Leader" 2005 Bay Thoroughbred Gelding
Superman, 2004 Black Tovero Paint Gelding. He's a BIG boy!
Yankee Doodle Dandy, 2002 Red Roan Paint Paint Gelding
Jackson, "Rhinestone Hotshot" 2003 Bay Roan AQHA gelding
Seven, "Cowboy Steppin Whiskey" 1997 Sorrel BS Paint gelding, is in high demand!
Looks of "get up and go" but quiet with the right rider.
Daisee, "Boston Country Girl, 2000 AQHA Black mare likes the quiet, respectful rider. The easier you are the better she is! That doesn't mean she won't test an inconsistent rider.
Lyric, "Will She Be A Diva",1999 Bay Tobiano Paint/TB/Hanoverian Mare, is a treasure to ride. Awesome gaits and able to do many advanced movements.
Kriquet, "Glitter 'N Gold", 2003 Sorrel Quarter/Haflinger Gelding, is a quiet, easy going guy but will definitely test your leadership skills!. Awesome on the trail and great over fences.
Cruise, "Chips Dunnit Again" 2003 AQHA red dun gelding was also born at Twin Oaks. He is the son of Jolene, the grandson of Chips Chocolate Chip and Zippo Pine Bar. While admittedly Debbie is a bit selfish when it comes to riding Cruise, a few good students occasionally get that honor.
Simon, "One Trick Pony", 1998 red roan Appaloosa, recently was the Kentucky State 4H Hunter under Saddle Champion Pony and 2nd in the state over fences. A brave and willing jumper, he also excels in western events. Be sure to ask to see his tricks!
Honey "Terras Parr Scooter, 2003 AQHA palomino mare is a trail horse delight.
Rooster Cogburn 2010 Bay Roan Appaloosa Gelding. An awesome forward thinking little guy.
"Jazzum" born and raised at Twin Oaks, is the son of multiple champions. He has points in halter, Hunter under Saddle and Youth Huntseat Equitation. Having said that his jog is hard to beat in Western Pleasure! Having attained the ripe old age of 31 Jazz is in semi-retirement.
We keep his lessons to a minimum and on the easy side but as exercise is important as we grow older he is still an important part of our team!