Ironstone’s herd of about 35 horses includes more than 20 Haflingers – a breed originating in the Austrian Alps, and used extensively in the United States by the Amish. Safe, reliable and attractive, the Haflingers have proven to be excellent school horses and have become “dream ponies” for the children at Ironstone Farm. The rest of the herd includes a variety of breeds chosen to meet the diverse requirements of our clientele.
A few of Ironstone Farm’s horses live in the barn on the 18-acre campus. The rest live in our paddock.
The horses are:
Our two newest horses, Unico and Columbus, arrived in the spring of 2016, gifts to Ironstone from UNICO and the Knights of Columbus Andover.