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Thanks so much for wanting to visit our farm! 

Due to COVID-19 we just started having farm visitors again at the end of August 2020. At this time we do not have public events scheduled, but welcome 2-5 visitors at one time while practicing social distancing from other people at the farm. We do not offer formal barn tours at this time but welcome visitors while we are at the farm. If you do NOT have the COVID-19 vaccine, please stay minimum 6' away and/or please wear a mask. If you have been exposed to COVID-19 through work, family, friends, etc., please do NOT come to the farm for at least two weeks after exposure and please have proof of a negative COVID test. 

We always enjoy introducing the horses to new people, sharing our love & knowledge of horses, and the horses enjoy the extra attention. And we, of course, enjoy connecting with new people within our community. 

Megan Thomas and Jessica Gilker welcome visitors while they are doing farm chores and riding horses. 
Any questions please email
Visitors are required to email over a signed release waiver to no later than the day before you would like to come visit the horses & farm due to insurance requirements.  
Please wear solid closed-toe shoes and long pants (yoga/workout leggings or jeans are great). Do not wear tennis shoes if you plan on handling the horses. It is a working horse farm so just be prepared for dust and horse hair so bring some hand wipes for afterwards. We also ask our visitors to use hand sanitizer before and after your visit. 

It is very easy to practice social distancing while at the farm thankfully while enjoying some outside time and horse "therapy." In addition to horses, we have one barn cat (Wowzers is a rescue originally from Atlanta Humane Society about 11 years old). 

If you would like to sit down while observing, especially if we are working horses for a longer amount of time, please bring your own comfy chair. 

We do not allow dogs on the property and please no one under 18 years old at this time. We do have family, open events generally once a year so please keep an eye on our website for more details on upcoming events. 

The farm is in Alpharetta/Milton zip code 30004.  Located off of 400 on exit 12B if you are coming from Atlanta.

We have a cute coffee shop/café on the way to the farm  we recommend picking up a cool or warm drink depending on the season.

We do not offer lessons or training, but can recommend our favorite professionals in the area.

We do offer a free work-to-ride opportunity for intermediate riders or above. Please contact us for more details or click here.

Thank you and can't wait to see you at the farm sometime soon!