Brought together by our mutual love for horses, we have made it our mission to help enable others to explore their passions for the equine world by providing them with access to our quality boarding facility. We strive to provide the care we value for our own horses so that our clients can focus on the best part of horse ownership without the hassle of day to day care. We have each provided a little tidbit about ourselves so that you might get to know us a little better. We absolutely love horse talk and spending time basking in the presence of these amazing creatures. At the bottom of this page you will find pictures our personal equine counterparts and of the lovable Oden, the precious livestock guardian who aids in the day to day business of maintaining a healthy herd of horses and puts a smile on the faces of those who come to visit him.
I am Crystal Fogleman, barn manager, and have loved horses since my childhood when I discovered and later cherished a friendship with a neighbor's mare. Since that time, I have sought out opportunities to be among the amazing spirits that make up the equine world.
I have been involved with horses for most of my life, and have spent much of my adult life working with them either in a voluntary capacity at the Equine Rescue League or through employment as a stable manager and veterinarian technician. I had always dreamed of a day when I could help others find a similar passion for horses and am happy to say that dream is becoming a reality. For the first time in my life, I am finally able to share my life with one of these amazing creatures. I am the proud owner of 2 beautiful bay TBs named Summer and Si.
I am Crystal Montoya and am a native to the area having grown up loving the equestrian world. My infatuation with the equine world began when my family and I took a trip to Cades Cove and took a trail ride. Riding double in front of my father when I was right around four years old, I found a love I pursued from that day on. I pressured my parents throughout my childhood to allow me to embrace my desire to be intimately acquainted with the equine world. My father gave in when I was a teenager and allowed me to get my first horse. I haven't been long without one since.