Meet the Horse Power.
The horses are our family and we treat them as such. All of our horses are rotated throughout the week to ensure they have proper time off to hang out at the farm. They are provided with regular vet checkups, shoeing every 4 - 5 weeks and customized feed. While at work, they get unlimited access to hay and on tour they get a few minutes rest for a drink. Should you have any concerns about our horses, please feel free to contact us. We would be more than happy to discuss it further with you.
17 year old Clydesdale Canadian Cross
Ernie is a 17 year old Clydesdale. He's very skilled at charming our guests. He has a great voice and speaks to me each time I am in the barn. He simply will not stop talking until I give him something to eat. Ernie took to his job immediately upon coming to Trot in Time and likes nothing better than taking our guests on a wonderful tour of our Historic Old Town.
19 year old Belgian
Jake is a blonde Belgian. He is a big love bug once he gets to know you. Jake knows his job and does it well. He would take our guests all on his own, though there might be a little less dialogue! Jake loves meeting kids and dogs, he tends to put his head down for those who can't reach so that he can get face pets.
15 year old Belgian
Jack loves to do his job. He is proud of what he does and struts around with his head held high. Jack is the leader of the herd. At the farm he is always the first one out of the gate and he makes sure the other horses know it. He’s a very willing horse and will do anything his driver asks of him. He is rather embarrassed about his short tail – so no mentioning his tail.
Want to visit our farm?
Farm tours are available to those who would like to see what is going on behind the scenes and check out the horses' home. Please contact us and we will set up a date and time that is convenient to both parties.
12 year old Belgian
Bernie is the rookie of the team, coming to us from northern New Brunswick this fall. He is quite the calm personality and fits right in with the herd. He will be getting this winter to have some down time before going into full training next spring. If you come for a tour in the summer of 2023 Bernie might be your guy!