I grew up in the country on a hobby farm. We had a little of everything, even a pony. I have many fond memories of those days. When I met my husband Dave, he and his friends owned a couple of Thoroughbred racing horses.

In the late nineties, we were first introduced to the reining world.  I was so impressed with how these reining horses performed that I just had to learn how to ride one.  It seems like everyday I was learning something new.

Our daughter Rebecca and son David both rode English.  They competed at the local jumping shows taking home a few ribbons. When they decided to learn how to rein, it became a family affair.  We have spent many weekends camping and showing.  We have met some wonderful people along the way.

Our horses have taught us so much.  We have learned that horses have different learning needs as well, what works for one does not mean it will work for another.  The biggest thrill is when you meet your personal goals or have that great run in the show pen.

Now, we have bred our show horses Body Flasher and Jacks Eternal Ember and are looking forward to seeing their offspring in the show pen.

Cooper Cassie Gibbs

Our farm is located just outside the town of Burford on Hwy 53 between Brantford and Woodstock.






   Burford Fall Fair 2010

    Burford Fall Fair 2010