Hera (aka Peepers)
Peepers is a 16.2 hand 19 year old Thoroughbred mare. Rebekah has owned her since she was 8 and successfully competed her through training level eventing. Now, her time is on Dressage. She started competing at First Level in 2011 and is now a solid 1st level horse who is also training 2nd and 3rd level movements. Peepers is definitely the alpha mare at Windy Oak Farm.
Turkish Dancer (aka Clairence)
Clairence is a 17.1 hand 12 year old Thoroughbred gelding. Clairence came to us at age 4 but suffered an injury on the eve of the start of his eventing career. After almost two years of slow recovery, Clairance started back in training after we moved to the farm and went to his first Dressage Show in the fall of 2011. Clairance is now showing First Level and schooling second level. Clairance started eventing again in 2013 and is now competing at Novice. He greatly enjoys evening, especially jumping and has the athletic ability to move up to training level son. He is an an extremely athletic and leggy and he is progressing very well in his training.
Serendipity (aka Frankie)
Serendipity joined us in the June of 2012 as a yearling. Serendipity comes from impeccable Oldenburg, Hanoverian and Holsteiner blood lines. Her sire is Sir Gregory/Sir Donnerhall and her dam is Regalia, by Hilltop’s Royal Prince. Serendipity was premium high scoring filly at her inspection at Hilltop and is an absolutely beautiful mover. Serendipity started under saddle in the fall of 2014 and is being trained by Ashley Kennedy of Kennedy Dressage. Serendipty is progressing very well and will start her competition career in the summer of 2015.
Laurel is a 16.2 hand 22 year old Dutch Warmblood mare. Laurel is owned by Cheryl Swing of Hidden Tides Farm in Prince Georges County, but leased and ridden by Steve. She is a dressage master having successfully trained through 3rd level, and has been an excellent teacher for Steve, Rebekah and other boarders at the farm! This past year, Steve and Rebekah decided that it was time for Laurel to retire and she now is the old lady around the farm.