Our Horses

Meet Our Horses


DC Grace Like Rain was born in April 2013. She inherited her height and elegance from her mother Franny and also her sensitivity. What Gracie likes best is to be scratched above her tail, so don’t worry if she suddenly turns her backside to you! For us, she's still a youngster and we are slowly preparing her for riding.


Hope is our last foal, born in May 2015. A carbon copy of her mother Franny, she is playful and cute, but we can also already see the wonderful horse she will grow up to be. She loves people and Freedom Based Training.


DC Glos Legend is an orphan. His mother Glo died giving birth to him and we had to raise him by hand. Fortunately it all worked out and he is big and strong and as gorgeous as his mom and full brother Sundance.


Born 2004 in Argentina, Nascito is a true criolo. His initial training was probably pretty rough and he is still a bit scared of people sometimes. Ridden, he is a joy, especially out on the trails. Responsive, attentive and courageous.


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Ramses is an Oldenburg warmblood gelding from 2005, who has training in dressage and jumping, but now really enjoys his second career as a Western school horse. He is quite large and very sweet, with an enormous will to please and a tremendous canter.


Born in 1997 in Portugal, Real is one of our best teachers. He knows exactly how an aid should be given and nothing makes him lose his cool. A rider who accepts his superior knowledge and listens to him will have a great teacher and a trustworthy, yet energetic ride.


Mr Tae Flaming, a 1998 born Quarter Horse gelding, has the rare colour „red roan“ which led to his nickname Ronnie. Since he arrived in 2013, he is the unquestioned boss of the herd, which makes him perfect to lead trail rides. His very solid riding training is an experience to try out in the arena.


We don’t know where Saltitao came from and can only guess that he is around twenty years old. He is extremely shy and suspicious of humans and does not have an easy relationship with other horses either. But he is still physically fit and loves to go on trail rides and give the occasional lesson.


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DC Spring of Georgia, born on the first day of spring in 2011, is as solid a character as her mother Georgie was, always eager to work and lots of fun to train.


DC Sundance King, born in June 2011, is as cool as a cucumber. Gelded since late 2014, he is following the same careful training process as his half-sister Spring. He is extremely easy to handle, not afraid of anything and loves a good cuddle.


Probably born in the mid 90s, Tuareg is assumed to be a Quarter mix, but he does not have papers. We saved him from the slaughter house in 2012 and haven’t regretted the decision a single day. His many scars show what he has been through, but he has a huge heart.


Half Lusitano, half French Warmblood, he has had an impressive dressage career before joining our herd in 2016. Always willing and eager to please, he is however not easy to ride technically. But once understood, he is a joy for the rider.


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Horse Play

When horses can live in a natural environment and a herd community, you can often observe them being playful.