Our Horses


Chaos is a successful CCI*** event horse that Anni bred and raised. He was born here on the farm and he has been systematically developed through the levels to the CCI*** level with eyes on Advanced in 2019. Chaos lives up to his name, keeping everyone entertained with his antics in the barn and at shows, but almost always showing up to do his job.  He is very well known throughout the west coast for his bright copper coat, large ego and the springs in his feet.  At only 15.1h, he has the heart and scope of a big horse in a small body. 

He started out the 2019 season with two FEI starts, both times show jumping double clean and only adding a handful of XC time to his dressage score.  Anni is very selective about when and where he competes, only running select events each season, which has helped Chaos have a long competitive career with many more years to come. 


Tucker is a beautiful Bay 2008 TB gelding that Anni acquired 4 years ago. In that time he has been leased out to students of Anni’s and has more recently been developed to the Preliminary level by Anni. Tucker has more personality then most can handle, always scoring well in the dressage and being very brave XC.  XC is his favorite phase, with a gallop to die for.

Tucker is currently on lease to Lilly Linder, an Area VII Young Rider with her sights set on NAYC 2019.  They have been very competitive thus far, almost always finishing in the top 5.  Tucker and Lilly were Area VII YR year-end division champions in 2018. Watch out for these two at Rebecca Farm 2019 for NAYC.

Just Easin (aka Jane)

Just Easin’ is a 2013 Thoroughbred mare that joined the team last fall. She was sought out for her bloodlines, as both her older sister and younger brother are very competitive sport horses.  Jane stands only 15.1 but already is showing off her presence as she develops. She is proving to be quick, catty and brave over fences, jumping everything in her path. Unlike her brothers, Jane is very sweet and easy to get along with on the ground, which is a bit of a nice change with the two boys that are full of ego.  We are very excited for her future- Look for her out competing in the fall of 2019. 


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