Our mission at Highview Farm is to offer a positive, relaxed, safe learning environment where each person and horse can learn at their own pace. We emphasize refined horsemanship skills and strive to support our horses mentally and physically. We operate according to Christian principles with the ultimate goal of making a difference in the lives of others, while sharing our passion for horses.
- 35 acres
- Approximately 20 Acres of turnout pasture divided into 2-3 Acre fields
- Run-In Sheds
- Large Barn with 12x12 Stalls
- Indoor Wash Stall with Hot and Cold Water
- Climate Controlled Tack Room
- Sand Ring
- Dressage Arena
- Jump Field
- Round Pen
- Versatility Obstacles
- Anyone involved with a horse takes over responsibility for this living creature entrusted to him.
- The horse must be kept in a way that is in keeping with its natural living requirements.
- Highest priority must be accorded to the physical as well as psychological health of the horse, irrespective of the purpose for which it is used.
- Man must respect every horse alike, regardless of its breed, age and sex, and its use for breeding, for recreation or in sporting competition.
- Knowledge of the history of the horse, its needs, and how to handle it are part of our historic cultural heritage. This information must be cherished and safeguarded in order to passed on to the next generations.
- Contact and dealings with horses are character building experiences and of valuable significance to the development of the human being, in particular, the young person. This aspect must always be respected and promoted.
- The human who participates in equestrian sport with his horse must subject himself as well as his horse to training. The goal of any training is to bring about the best possible harmony between horse and rider.
- The use of the horse in competition as well as general riding, driving and vaulting must be geared toward the horse’s ability, temperament and willingness to perform.
- Manipulating a horse’s capacity to work by means of medication or other “horse unfriendly” influences should be rejected by all and people engaged in such practices should be prosecuted.
- The responsibility a human has for the horse entrusted to him includes the end of the horse’s life. The human must always assume this responsibility and implement any decisions in the best interest of the horse.