Abe is our rescue Halflinger. We are guessing that Abe was foaled in 2004. Abe is still in training so he is only used in advanced riding lessons. Abe loves to be groomed and used for horsemanship lessons.

Shadow (doe) and Mr. Nibbles (buck) are our mini lop bunnies. They love people and of course treats! Picture coming soon!

Honey is our Lion Head doe. Honey loves to play outside and snack on the grass. Honey participates in our summer programs, animal science programs, and birthday parties! 

Willow is our paint mare. Willow was foaled in 2002. Willow goes english and western pleasure, jumps, and also does gymkhana. Willow loves attention and enjoys participating in lessons and our after school programs!

Zeke is our Lion Head buck, Eugene is very friendly and is a favorite of many students! 

Zeke was a favorite on the farm and is now being spoiled by a student who adopted him!

Our Animals

Fenway (buck) and Indigo (doe) are our American Blue bunnies! American Blues are an endangered breed of bunnies. Fenway and Indigo are very friendly and love to participate in all of the handling they can get!

Jojo (left) is our mini nubian mix goat, Jojo loves to play with kids, and loves peanuts, rasins, and carrots. Peach (right) is or Nigerian Dwarf Goat, Peach is an escape artist who also loves attention. Peach and Jojo are best friends!

Dory is our rescue pony mare. Dory was foaled in 2004. Dory loves all the attention she can get and enjoys snacks of all kinds!

Running Wheels Dubh Maire aka Mora is our Gypsy Vanner mare. Mora was foaled on May 3rd, 2011. Mora loves to participate in lessons, summer camp, birthday parties, parades, and she also loves to go to fairs! Mora's training started on the breeding farm she was born on and was finished here at Highland Gypsy Farm.

Rosie (left) and Plum (right) are our Alpine doe's. They love everyone and love attention! Their favorite snacks include maple leaves and peanuts!

Squirt is our rescue foal. Son of Dory. Foaled in July 2016. Squirt is currently in training so he can participate in our programs! He enjoys snacks, and going on walks!

Ottawa aka Otto was our Trakehner Gelding. Otto was a huge part of Highland Gypsy Farm, Otto along with Mora were the first horses on our farm. Otto loved people (especially children) and participated in everything from lessons and summer camp to pony parties. Otto also helped many people get back into riding after bad experiences, he had a special way of taking care of his riders and helping people conquer their fear! Back in the day Otto was a Grand Prix dressage horse, and also spent some time at Johnson & Wales University! Otto came to us in 2012, and lived out his life here at Highland Gypsy Farm, LLC. April 22, 1988 - March 5, 2018