Meet The Horses

Codey is a 16’2 hand bay thoroughbred gelding who looks more like a warmblood. He is a fancy mover in the dressage and a very willing jumper. Codey is available to help riders learn the basics of eventing and dressage.
Woodie is a huge bay paint who is also very sensitive which makes him a fun ride for full grown adults as well as smaller children. He is calm enough to use for the therapeutic riding program while also athletic enough to take eventing at the lower levels.



Romeo is a 15’3 hand black and white quarter horse paint mix who is quite the lover. Romeo has been trained in dressage and can help riders looking to learn about leg yields, lengthening and collected gaits.



Dakota is a large bay and white paint who loves going for trail rides around the fields. He is very calm and trustworthy. Dakota is a great ride for full grown adults as well as children. He has a great background in dressage and eventing, but is slowing down from the vigorous competition life.



Jimmy (1)Jimmy is a chestnut thoroughbred gelding who is an all-around good guy. He can get quite busy because he is so versatile. Jimmy is calm and sweet when working with beginner riders. When asked properly he will gladly step it up a level for more advanced riders. Jimmy has competed in several shows since coming to Flora Lea with several different riders.

scoutScout is a medium sized paint pony. This guy is always getting into something. He may be the smallest horse we have but he definitely has the biggest personality. Scout is sweet and will happily carry small children. He can also be quick and jump to life if his rider would like to do more advanced riding and jumping. Before he came to Flora Lea he must have been a show pony. He has the same great easy going personality in the ring, the fields, or off the property at a show.


Travis is a chestnut thoroughbred gelding. He is another guy who had a career as a race horse and then a show horse. Before he came to live at Flora Lea he won the horse show we have here in the Training level which has fences set at 3’3”. He is a very sensitive guy, like most chestnuts can be, and he absolutely loves to be ridden. Travis is a little too sensitive for novice riders. Mostly Travis is ridden by experienced people who are competing in horse shows and jumping.