Our mission begins with the ancient art form of classical riding. From there, it encompasses two more elements:
||Preservation of Living Agricultural History
|Classical riding has always prioritized the mental and physical well-being of the horse in training, making it extremely therapeutic to the horses. However, the horses aren’t the only ones who benefit; people also benefit both physically and mentally. We reach one step further and provide targeted wellness programs to those who need it most with our Anima Renova program.
||Classical riding is a piece of living history in itself, but even more so with the breeds that developed it, such as the Lipizzan. However, we look more broadly as well at how horses have historically been cared for over the years and what historical methods help them to be their best. This has led us to branch into regenerative agriculture as well as preserving other rare breeds with historical significance, such as the Kerry Bog Pony and the American Cream Draft and breeds of other species, such as the San Clemente Island Goat and Kangal Dog.
Nestled in the Hickory Nut Gorge, we are building our new facilities from the ground up, but while we do so, we are already working on the programs we can offer with the infrastructure we have while we develop what we need to completely fulfill our mission.