Located on two hundred rolling acres in Lawrenceburg, Indiana, the farm is dedicated to breeding and training Hanoverian sporthorses for the dressage arena.
Special attention is given to selecting horses for movement and conformation with particular emphasis on rideability and temperament. Matching the best European bloodlines to select American bloodstock, the farms’ breeding program seeks to produce the next generation of sporthorses to appeal to the amateur and professional competitor alike.
The training philosophy of the farm is simple: provide a solid foundation for the young horse in order to prepare them for dressage competition into the upper levels. Every care is taken to correctly start the young horse under saddle in order to provide the best experience for the rider as well as the horse.
Owner/Trainer Meg Williams has decades of experience starting young horses, and training them up the levels. She is a USDF Bronze, Silver, and Gold Medalist as well as a judge for the American Hanoverian Society.