Our horses are selected with a great deal of consideration. There temperament and personalities are closely watched. Only those that show an ability to not only comfortable handle the sights and sounds of the streets, but also the gentleness to be around people are chosen. We have two primary breads of horses working with us. They are Belgian Drafts and Percheron. These two breads of horses not only have the strength to pull the carriages. They also have the temperament to work in many different types of environments. To learn more about these breads click on the bread name.
Barney first learned to pull a carriage on the outskirts of Coldwater, Mississippi. He loves to dance and prance. He loves to watch at all the buildings downtown like a country boy in the city.
Frenchy was once a logging horse in Missouri. He entertains us by turning the water on when he’s thirsty and opening the gate to adjoining stalls when he wants to visit his friends.