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Introducing Riders Up!

If you've been following us on Facebook for the last month, you have probably seen our posts but our new non-profit we are creating. While Lake Fork Stables will officially become the non-profit, Riders Up! will be our youth mentorship program. Riders Up! will...

New Riding Lesson Semesters

With the extreme heat of the summer, I've decided that it is going to be best to create a "semester" type schedule for riding lessons. The breakdown will be as follows: Fall Semester - September 16th through November 20th with a break for Thanksgiving Winter Semester...

Burntcinnamontoast: Overcoming Adversity

Back in February, I made the decision that the sweet Johnny Hurricane was not going to make it as a horse that beginners could ride for quite some time. He really needed his own person that would be able to give him the time and attention he needed. I found a young...

Retraining Journal Entry #2: Johnny Hurricane

Time for another update on Johnny. We took about a 3 week vacation, so the horses have all had a pretty long break. A break they would have had anyway since the temperatures were well over 100 degrees while I was gone and still after we got back. We had a slight cool...

Follow My Path’s Future Event Horse Debut

Lake Fork Stable's 2 year old Thoroughbred Colt, Follow My Path (Wilburn x Abra Joy), has completed his first Future Event Horse (FEH) 2 yr. Old Class at Feather Creek Farm in Norman, Oklahoma under the expertise of Nikki Littrell of Starstruck Eventing, placing 3rd...

Come Stay with Us! Stable View Cottages Now Open!

For the past few months, we've been adding some upgrades to the farm. The first are five tiny houses and two hotel rooms on the highway frontage of our property, called Stable View Cottages. Stable View Cottages is conveniently located off of Hwy. 154 and features 2...

Retraining Journal Entry #1: Johnny Hurricane

I'm beginning a new blog series about our retired racehorse, Johnny Hurricane. Johnny had a bit of a rough summer last year transitioning from track life. He had a rough "let down" period in which is hair was frazzled and he developed ulcers. He then developed a very...

When It’s Time to Retire Your Horse

Our horses are our friends through the journey that is life. They are there for us when we're feeling down and they are often our partners in our greatest achievements. As they get older, it can be difficult to focus the care that they need, while you move on to...

Stalls Available June 1st!

The finishing touches are being completed on the barn's interior and stalls will be available June 1st! Our boarding options are designed for convenience with two options available. All horses must have a current negative Coggins. Semi-Care Boarding - $300/month Each...

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