THANK YOU to everyone who came out to support GWIF at our first ever Family Fun Farm Day on May 25! We were so happy to see many familiar faces, and to meet tons of new ones! We had lots of great activities for children of all ages, including parents   Read More ...

Meghan is a sweet, soft spoken rider whose joy and appreciation for the horses is clearly evident. As one of our committed riders, Meghan joins a fun group lesson once a week where she is now jumping courses, working on basic dressage work, and strengthening her equitation. For someone who   Read More ...

Each time I wrap up a lesson, I always ask “Does anyone have a question?” Lily always does. In fact, she even comes to riding lessons prepared with her own questions. This eager young student hasn’t been with us very long, but she has been soaking up information like a   Read More ...

“Keep The Change (Copper)” 2005 OTTB, approx 15.1 h gelding. Lovely mover, goes nicely on the bit, and has lovely changes. Three nice gaits with superb rhythm and balance. Copper would excel as a dressage horse. He has been shown in hunters (auto flying change), eventing, and combined training. He   Read More ...

When it comes to personal growth, there are few things more powerful than a positive attitude. Kelda has shown an abundance in both positivity and growth in the short months that we’ve enjoyed having her here at the farm. She began riding with us in early winter and continued through   Read More ...

This year on the annual trek to the Rolex Kentucky 3 Day Event (#rk3de) we made sure to pack it full of fun and take advantage of all of the programs and activities that descend upon Lexington this time of year. This year we were GWIF, party of 17! It   Read More ...

Ashley first came to us to participate in our Holiday Horse camp last December. She and her brother Luke spent the week riding and learning about horsemanship and care with us, and it was clear from the beginning that Ashley had been bit by the proverbial ‘horse bug’. Since then,   Read More ...

Written by Halliea Milner Evolve: to change or develop slowly into a better, more complex, or more advanced state This week we are highlighting one of our riders that truly embodies what it means to evolve – Ainsley Jacobs. You should already know Ainsley – she’s GWIF’s number one cheerleader/website goddess/marketing   Read More ...

The GWIF team had a great day at Chattahoochee Hills! Despite relentless rain and some seriously sloppy footing, everyone put in solid dressage tests and jump rounds, and we came home with lots of ribbons and personal bests. Ainsley Jacobs had a lovely dressage test that showed her improved connection   Read More ...

Written by Stephanie Coleman The Rider of the Week is a lovely young lady who has kept a smile and a sense of humor through all the awkward phases of learning how to ride a horse.  And guess who can score a perfect 10 on acrobatics and gracefulness during an   Read More ...