A Tour of The Lower Farm

Villa Roja

Villa Roja is the first village inside the lower farm gates and serves as another intensive care facility. Equines in Villa Roja face many physical challenges and are lovingly and competently cared for by our staff.

Sunset Ridge

Sunset Ridge got its name from a picture taken by one of our staff. It shows a silhouette of three horses high on the hill against the backdrop of the setting sun. Currently, two Mammoth Donkeys and a young molly mule share the shelters and barns. They enjoy one of the most spectacular views on the lower farm.

Mountainview

Mountainview, across the road from Sunset Ridge, is the home of Grace, a thoroughbred mare and Salerosa “Rosie,” an Andalusian mare. These ladies overlook the mountains to the north in their private aerie. Best friends, they are never far from each other.

Hilltop

Hilltop is the largest barn on the lower farm and sits atop a ridge at the highest point. The stalls and shelter areas are “super-sized” for our large draft mule “Shelby Ann” who is the kindest animal on earth, and her friends.

Longears Lodge

The homes to a large herd of donkeys. They live in community barns and “villas,” with access to both pasture and a large wooded “dry lot” area. Visitors to Red Bell Run are always enthralled by the “donkey magic” they find in the longears community.

Longears Lounge and Villas

The homes to a large herd of donkeys. They live in community barns and “villas,” with access to both pasture and a large wooded “dry lot” area. Visitors to Red Bell Run are always enthralled by the “donkey magic” they find in the longears community.

Millie’s Manor

Millie is a special girl. Brought up in someones’s kitchen, she was not able to adjust to being part of a herd. She does not know she is a donkey and for that reason she lives in her own villa!

Roadside Inn

Roadside Inn is a group of barns and shelters located around the curve at the bottom of the lower farm. A lovely pasture serves the equines housed here and they enjoy a nice stand of trees during the summer.

Critters Corner

We have a ‘critter’ named Isaac, a small hinny, who lives across from the Roadside Inn. Little Isaac and his best friend Frodo, a draft cross pony, have a wooded hillside and shelter where they oversee all traffic coming down the main road. Everyone enjoys their antics as Isaac will often chase vehicles from the top of his hill to the bottom.

 


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