Members & Our Horses
I've been a member since March, 2002
My horse is "Ace" (Bucks Aceinthe Hole) a 19 year-old-buckskin quarter horse gelding.
I enjoy trail riding the most but also dabble in dressage, hunt seat and think I'd like to try a little ranch riding.
We spent a weekend a couple years ago at Devil's Hole ranch driving cattle and really enjoyed it.
I've been a member for more than 50 years.
My horse Boomer is 20 years old and he is a papered POA.
I like to trail ride and camp.
Scout is my first horse, she's owned me since 2004. I was 48 when my wonderful husband said, "Okay, you can get a horse."
She's a registered Morgan, but a Morgan mare was not on my list of horses to buy; it was love at first sight. She is a bossy lady who has made our journey a learning experience for me, she knew it all. She's told me more than once, "You know nothing." Animals are so wise.
We love to trail ride, camp, and play in fun shows. here is the only time we were in an "official" show. Much to my amazement we received a 6th place ribbon. Scout was not amazed, she felt she should have gotten a blue!
We are the Lenhardt's and we have two horses - Ronin, a 21-year paint horse and Lincoln, a 6-year old breeding stock paint.
We are involved in Washington County 4-H, go to a lot of local open shows and enjoy trail riding.
I absolutely love horses, and have been riding most of my life. I started riding English at Joy Farm in Menomonee Falls probably around age 10, then moved onto Western and bareback. I bought my first horse, a Saddlebred, in my 2nd year of college.
My second horse was a paint stud colt (he didn't work out well). But my third horse turned out to be my best buddy. His name was Trigger and he was palomino, of course! I even taught him how to bow. We had the best four years together doing everything from parades, trail riding and camping, drill team, and even earned high point many years at fun shows.
When my husband and I bought our first house he went on to become my good friend Ruthie's trusty mount for many more years until he passed at the age of 21. He was simply the best horse, he would follow you around like a puppy in the pasture, and he is greatly missed.
Horses will always be very special to me, I still ride whenever I can, and I am happy to be a part of this club to keep the interest alive for more generations of horse enthusiasts. We now have Labradors and I enjoy walking, training, and showing them.