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                                HISTORY

The main house and all the various outbuildings were constructed in 1880. Originally, it was a working apple farm of 255 acres, today, there are nine acres, only one remaining apple tree, and it still produces apples! (They fall off and roll into the Mare's pasture, a great treat for the them!) All the various farm buildings are still in existence, we got here just in time! (Several Sill beams were replaced right away!)  There is a four-story, post and beam barn, complete with a six-sided cupola where our three equines reside. (Georgie, Moonfield, Daisy and PoDo).

There is a Hay barn, that is still used as such today, to store hay for our beautiful horses. An adorable antique cottage with hand-hewn beams, that was originally built to house the "hands" that worked on the farm. It has great views of Georgie in his pasture.

There is a "Spring-fed" pond on the property that is fed from Goodman's Hill by a stream which meanders through the property. Wildlife regularly stops in for "bed and breakfast"!

A Great Blue Heron extended her stay in 1998, she settled in and gave birth to a baby Blue Heron! They visited after, but have never stayed.

"Tanah", (Fadneys Binttanah) our beautiful foundation broodmare, came to the farm even before us! She was born in California, put on a plane in 1976 and flown here as a filly, less than a year old! She has had eleven foals, two of them are still on the farm, Georgie and Moonfield."TANAH" lived to an incredible age, 36 years and 2 months. She is buried in her pasture, under the century old Pine trees, next to her best friends, Orlandra, "JD Orlandra" and Katrina, "JO RI KATRINASK".

 


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30 year old arabian horse
"TANAH" on her 30th Birthday, April 3rd 2005
Peter Mehegan visits Arabian Horse Inn to bond with the beautiful Fadneys Binttanah and Jori Katrinask
Peter Mehegan from Channel 5's Chronicle TV show visits Fadneys Binttanah and JORI Katrinask