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Dun Roamin Farm LLC

Dun Roamin Farm LLC We are a family-owned horse farm striving to provide an experience that makes you feel like family. We offer stall leases, training, lessons, plus more.

At Dun Roamin' Farm, our focus is two-fold: our people and our horses. We will work closely with you to ensure you get the saddle time you need and your horse receives the care they deserve. Whether you are new to the saddle, a seasoned rider, or just looking for a place to fit in, we will help you achieve your goals. We offer horseback riding lessons and services to all ages and our goal is to pr

At Dun Roamin' Farm, our focus is two-fold: our people and our horses. We will work closely with you to ensure you get the saddle time you need and your horse receives the care they deserve. Whether you are new to the saddle, a seasoned rider, or just looking for a place to fit in, we will help you achieve your goals. We offer horseback riding lessons and services to all ages and our goal is to pr

Operating as usual

10/23/2022
Rayo Rumpus

Being in the herd definitely has its perks, especially when Mary is around.

Really good information about your rope halter fit and placement. It does matter.
10/07/2022

Really good information about your rope halter fit and placement. It does matter.

Rayo, Spanish origin meaning thunderbolt, a flash of lightning with a simultaneous crash of thunder. Lightning is the oc...
10/03/2022

Rayo, Spanish origin meaning thunderbolt, a flash of lightning with a simultaneous crash of thunder. Lightning is the occurrence of a natural electrical discharge of extremely short duration and high voltage.

When you watch Rayo, he is the king of subtle. If you blink, you won’t see what he is telling you. If you breathe too deep, you won’t hear his thoughts. But, if you slow down to watch and listen, you’ll hear him. He’s an honest horse. He’s a horse that wants you to go slower than you care to. He’s a teacher of patience, bravery, and confidence. He will test you but wants to support you. He doesn’t want to be naughty. More than anything, he wants a partner. He is equal parts proud, humble, and empathetic. He’s filled with emotions that shoot out of him like lightning, often being perceived as reactive. He’s a horse that wants to understand. He’s complicit when told what to do but would prefer to learn why he should. He’s a horse that, once you have his heart, it will likely be yours forever. However, earning that heart will be a challenge within a challenge and require mindfulness, patience, and perseverance.

Mindfulness is the basic ability to be fully present, aware of where we are and what we’re doing, and not overly reactive or overwhelmed by what’s happening around us. Our dear friend and an amazing horsewoman gave Rayo an extraordinary start. He was wild, unhandled, and scared of everything(some days, he still is). With this in mind, Rayo and I spend a lot of time working on being present with one another, with no particular goal or pattern to accomplish. Wherever my intuition takes me that day, I ask Rayo to accompany me as my partner. I don’t tiptoe around him; I don’t expect perfection; I just encourage him to stay present with me. Together, we are working on establishing trust.

Over the summer, I opted to spend time trusting him in a body of water. It’s safer, not to mention was cooler, and he had to lean into me…mentally, emotionally, and physically. Right now, we are establishing consistency in our day-to-day happenings. Rayo will be integrated into our herd in hopes of learning from my already very curious, playful, well-minded hooligans.

This is my take on Rayo… He’s not easy; he’s complicated. He’s a challenge but doesn’t want to fight. It will be interesting to see if we can cultivate a life for him where he's more than a beautiful mustang but a confident and willing partner to a future special human friend.

Is there even a caption needed for this moment of perfection?
09/13/2022

Is there even a caption needed for this moment of perfection?

AVAILABLE STALLS! Join our barn family today. We are a full-care farm aiming to cultivate happy horses and happy owners....
08/31/2022

AVAILABLE STALLS! Join our barn family today. We are a full-care farm aiming to cultivate happy horses and happy owners. We like simplified horsemanship, meaning we let the horses be horses. We listen to their needs and deliver the expectational care they deserve. CONTACT US TODAY. Open stalls are a rare occurrence!

What a wonderful opportunity from a neighbor!
07/14/2022

What a wonderful opportunity from a neighbor!

We are excited to announce our DAIRY DISCOVERY CAMP!
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We have provided the ultimate, unique “fun on the farm” experience . Your child will complete farm chores, experience different roles on the farm, gain knowledge about dairy products, train and care for their calf, and participate in a calf show! Designed for ages 8-13. Register early to be sure your spot is reserved and best rates!
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Space is limited - register now!
https://www.sunsetviewcreamery.com/dairycamp

We had a weekend full of fun, laughter, tears, excitement, encouragement, affirmations, and learning. These pictures don...
06/13/2022

We had a weekend full of fun, laughter, tears, excitement, encouragement, affirmations, and learning. These pictures don’t even do us justice for everything we experienced.

A huge shoutout to Mollie Vacco for her time and knowledge. You reignited so much passion among our tribe, so needless to say, we are humbled and honored to have had the chance to learn from you.

To our riders, students, and participants, thank you for trusting us to host your horsemanship journey! We look forward to seeing what’s next from each and every one of you.

And, finally, thank you to all of our friends and family for your continued love and support!

Memorial Day. Remember. Honor. Respect.
05/30/2022

Memorial Day.
Remember. Honor. Respect.

Our Youth Horsemanship camp is created for young aspiring horsewomen and horsemen. From safe handling of horses to prepa...
04/21/2022
Dun Roamin Farm, LLC: Events

Our Youth Horsemanship camp is created for young aspiring horsewomen and horsemen. From safe handling of horses to preparing to ride, our youth will gain confidence in themselves and learn to build a trusting relationship with horses.

Being around, caring for, and handling horses is an experience that instills a powerful connection between humans and one of nature's most beautiful animals. Horsemanship is the art, ability, skill, or manner of a horseman. Our goal is to foster this art form in a safe, interactive, and fun learning environment that gets youth excited about life on the farm.

Contact Us or Visit Our Website to Sign Up!

Join us for a year full of adventure. We encourage you to join us and experience horses the way we do. When you are here you become family

Do you have a cowboy/cowgirl in the waiting? Make their dream come true and sign up for our Day in the Life Summer Horse...
04/08/2022
Day in the Life Summer Horse Camp Registration

Do you have a cowboy/cowgirl in the waiting? Make their dream come true and sign up for our Day in the Life Summer Horse Day Camp. From horsemanship to animal care, your child will have three full days of adventures and new friends.

Register Today! https://forms.gle/m8dR4oCGNY7Ek78c6

$350 for all three days! Or $150 per day 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM Do you have a cowboy/cowgirl in the waiting? Make their dream come true and sign up for our Day in the Life Summer Horse Camp. From horsemanship to animal care your child will have three full days of adventures and new friends. Questions abo...

04/07/2022

**UPDATE: Here is the actual event link**
https://facebook.com/events/s/caleb-reinbold-cancer-benefit/830890787752394/

BIG ANNOUNCEMENT!!!

SAVE THE DATE! July 16th 2022 we will be hosting a Cancer Benefit for my brother Caleb Reinbold who was recently diagnosed with cancer at Horizon Equestrian Center in Canisteo NY 14823.

It will be similar to our benefit event we held last year only bigger!

-Obstacle Competition on our obstacle course
-Barrels
-Raffles
-Cattle
-Family fun
-And many more things that we are actively working out that you won't want to miss.
More details will be coming as we work them out.

All proceeds will go directly to Caleb to help him and his family meet their mounting bills.

04/03/2022

If horses could talk, I think they would say most of us make too much meaningless noise too much of the time.

I think they’d ask us to become aware of our thoughts, movements, handling and how we approach and touch them. I think they’d like us to move smoother (not sneakier), touch more mindfully and learn to be still mentally.

I haven’t met a horse who didn’t seem happier when I worked on these things.

04/01/2022

Good riding is hard.

That seems obvious, until someone challenges you with a new level of awareness and expectation. Until someone breaks down the basics to another remarkable level of refinement. Until someone challenges your idea of what it means to walk, to halt, to turn...to do any of the most "simple" of tasks. Then it goes from hard to man...this is HARD. It's not just saying it, it's really realizing it.

As I was working on some of these "simple" tasks in my lesson today, I couldn't help but think about how ridiculous most people might find me. I mean, look at me wandering aimlessly around the arena...what am I even getting done anyway? This is where I have to remind my ego that the way other people perceive my work and my riding is not my business. I know what I'm getting done and while it may not be important to some onlookers, it's important to me because it's important for my horse. I know how hard I'm working and I know just how difficult these small pieces are.

So, if you're out there working on those small pieces...keep it up! Not everyone is going to recognize just how much you're accomplishing but remember, you don't need them to. The only opinion that matters is your horse's. That is the only opinion that should carry any weight. Ever.

- Terra

Mindfulness.1. the quality or state of being conscious or aware of something. “their mindfulness of the wider cinematic ...
04/01/2022

Mindfulness.

1. the quality or state of being conscious or aware of something. “their mindfulness of the wider cinematic tradition"

2. a mental state achieved by focusing one's awareness on the present moment, while calmly acknowledging and accepting one's feelings, thoughts, and bodily sensations, used as a therapeutic technique.

We are incredibly grateful for our talented vets, and this article provides excellent insight on how we can work to bett...
03/22/2022

We are incredibly grateful for our talented vets, and this article provides excellent insight on how we can work to better show our gratitude and appreciation by recognizing their needs.

We support and thank all the vets that work to keep critters, small and large, safe and healthy. It’s important for us to recognize your needs, safety, and health as a priority as well.

Equine Practice faces a shortage of veterinarians in the coming years as current veterinarians approach retirement and less veterinary graduates enter and stay in the field of practice.

****EDIT: Now that our stories are gone and this post is still being shared, we figured we should update the post and share the background information.

While there is a larger number of veterinary students graduating each year, fewer are entering and staying in equine or large animal practice. Of graduating veterinarians, 1-3% will enter equine practice and of those 30% will leave equine practice within 5 years of graduation. The reasons are multifactorial but the biggest issues specific to equine and large animal practice are the salary disparity and debt:income ratio compared to small animal practice, particularly relative to lifestyle. The long hours, afterhours on call, and 24/7 access by text and cell are just a few of the factors that make small animal more appealing. If your veterinarian is sticking around in equine or large animal -- know that it's because they're passionate about the profession, love what they do, and enjoy working with the horses. Help them enjoy a full life by supporting their efforts to take time away from work. ❤️

As clients, you can help promote a healthy lifestyle fo veterinarians and veterinary staff in equine practice. How?
1. Recognize the industry must change with respect to expectations of your veterinarians time and availability. Think about it, do you have 24/7/365 direct phone access to your family doctor? Understand that you may not always see your veterinarian on emergency but another vet whom they work with.
2. Respect the boundaries that your veterinarian establishes to having time outside of being a veterinarian and value that time. Veterinarians having private time to rest and recharge means they're a better vet when you really need them! Consider whether that text is really necessary or if it can wait until business hours or better yet, be an email.
3. Utilize your veterinarians for routine preventative healthcare. Preventative healthcare and routine examinations by your veterinarian can go a long way to avoiding emergencies AND having an established relationship with your veterinarian can make it much easier to get emergency care when you really need it.

What other ideas do you have in how clients can help encourage retention of veterinarians in equine practice? What questions do you have regarding the crisis in veterinary medicine?

Spring Sunrises, Mud, & Appaloosas.
03/19/2022

Spring Sunrises, Mud, & Appaloosas.

NEW ADDITION ALERT: Pepper, the spicy Appaloosa, is here for foundational improvement and behavioral assistance.Pepper i...
02/14/2022

NEW ADDITION ALERT: Pepper, the spicy Appaloosa, is here for foundational improvement and behavioral assistance.

Pepper is not confident in humans being his leader. Therefore, he chooses to use his shoulders and strength to get what he wants.

OUR GOAL: establish respect, trust, and rapport in the partnership between horse and human. We want to improve interactions and establish a safe working environment for Pepper and his humans.

After two months off due to soundness issues, Enya has some opinions on our “ease” back into it hack.What do you think s...
02/08/2022

After two months off due to soundness issues, Enya has some opinions on our “ease” back into it hack.

What do you think she’s thinking?

Efficiency is everything. Especially in a snowstorm.
02/05/2022

Efficiency is everything. Especially in a snowstorm.

Happy New Year! The spigots are frozen, the ground is ice, lost a horse boot in the pasture but, the sun is shining, rem...
01/04/2022

Happy New Year! The spigots are frozen, the ground is ice, lost a horse boot in the pasture but, the sun is shining, reminding us to have a sparkling New Year.

From our farm family to yours, we wish you a very sparkling New Year!

Today, we are grateful for blue skies, sunshine, green grass, and our horses.
05/18/2021

Today, we are grateful for blue skies, sunshine, green grass, and our horses.

Welcome to the family, Juanita and Hugo. We’ve been waiting a long time for the perfect pair and what better than a beau...
08/27/2020

Welcome to the family, Juanita and Hugo. We’ve been waiting a long time for the perfect pair and what better than a beautiful mother and a handsome son. @ Dun Roamin Farm LLC

Honesty and transparency, a learning that we have continued to practice through our interactions with humans and horses....
05/05/2020

Honesty and transparency, a learning that we have continued to practice through our interactions with humans and horses. The last couple of weeks have been really tough; we know it has been for everyone in all of our own ways. At the start of this, we were fueled with energy and excitement for all this "extra" time we were going to have and how our tomorrow list could become our today's list. Between 25 horses, 57 meat chicks, 6 turkey chicks, and 30+ egg hens, and 3 roosters, our days have been slowly running out of time. Without being able to open our doors to our farm family network and extended volunteers, we have been running out of steam. It is putting out one fire after another. However, in all of the chaos, we are blessed to be here, to have what we have, and to be able to see, feel, touch, smell, and appreciate it every day. It takes us time to take a step back from the chaos and tension to recognizing that, but we have, and we will continue to try to. We have gained even more appreciation for our helpers. We have said it before, but we will say it again, "we are not able to do what we do without you."

So, without further ado, 100 Days of Teague. Our last post was on day 15; today is day 35. Don't ask us where the time has gone, because we genuinely DO NOT KNOW. Our goal was for 100 days, we do something with our pony, Teague. We started off strong, we started off like superheroes… and then we realized that sometimes our expectations for ourselves are too high. There have been days that we felt like we failed because we missed a session with Teague, there have been days we feel like we didn't do enough because all we did was sit outside his stall. There have been days where we felt like we were letting all of you down because we forgot to take a picture. We didn't capture his personality on video, and we definitely didn't make a post every 5 days or so.

We aren't perfect, we aren't superheroes, we are human. And, we are our own worst critic. But, Teague reminded us the other day that we aren't failing, that we are doing right by Teague, and that's all that matters. On days where we thought we failed because we didn't get to do some crazy session with him, he reminded us that we are doing exactly what we are supposed to be doing. It was pouring rain at the end of a very long day, and he is standing outside in the pasture, waiting to walk through the open door, refusing to walk through the door. No matter how many times called, or attempted to bribe, he didn't budge. Finally, accepting defeat, we walk out to him, in the rain, and he reaches out with his nose, looks at up with his adventurous eyes, and walks forward…not in front of us, not through the open door, but with us. We stopped, he stopped. We walked, he walked. We walked together right into his stall. Did we recognize at this moment what we are typing today? No. Did it happen just one time? No. Did it take us, as a silly human, to sit and think about what we were going to share with you for over a week before realizing what was happening? Yes.

So, here we are today. We haven't been able to get to Teague every day but, he is at the forefront of our days. Continually thinking about our goals with him and admiring his tenacity and playful spirit, which we don't ever want to hinder. Here we are falling even more in love with a pony that we never thought we would get attached to. We have groomed, we have treated, we have laughed, we have cried, and we have seen our human nature still be put to shame by the beauty, honesty, transparency, patience, and love horses give without any expectations. We feel more blessed than ever before to be learning from a horse. We promise to keep trying, to keep learning, and to keep sharing our journey with you.

100 Days of Teague: Day 6-15It's really been an adventure here at Dun Roamin Farm during this isolation between 100 Days...
04/16/2020

100 Days of Teague: Day 6-15

It's really been an adventure here at Dun Roamin Farm during this isolation between 100 Days of Teague, along with all the other horses, and the continuous amount of work. We can't wait to share our days with our favorite peeps again.

Teague continues to teach us who is witty, gutty, has the best sense of humor, and the greatest amount of patience. He checks all those boxes daily, especially in the mornings when he is ready to go out and chooses to ignore his previous evening's homeschool session of being patient at the gate.

Day 6 & 7: Mark jumped in to help, which is pretty fun to watch because if you know Mark than you know him and Teague are a pretty equal match - the leader, the fighter, the biggest horse in the herd. It didn't take long for these two to figure each other out. One is to carry treats at all times and the other will humor him by obeying the basic guidelines set for the session.

Day 8: After two incredibly great sessions working the heart, the brain, and the emotions, we took today for some undemanding time. We want Teague to know that we aren't all work, that there is comfort in our company without expectations.

Day 9 & 10: Friendly Game & Grooming - Teague is extremely shy (or irritated) with his ears and eyes being touched so we've added this to our list of things to grow better at. It's funny that we started this and Teague is now the cleanest and shiniest pony in the barn, but you'd never know by the pictures.

Day 11: More Grooming! & Touch It - find things to put your nose on that aren’t humans!

Day 12: Mud Baths, Fun, & Jumps Oh My! Marie took Teague for a walk to find all the puddles, ditches, and fun. He rolled and rolled and rolled and then they went to the round pen for fast fun and found some barrels to jump.

Day 13 & 14: Leading & Gate Patience. "Wait, what? You can't run through every open door." No, no you can't.

Day 15: Pasture Play Date: We took the giant ball to the pasture with cookies and a smile. Teague and all of his best friends came over to climb the dirt piles, play with the ball and have a great time! he's still the "biggest" horse in the herd.

100 Days of Teague: Day 2-5We are having fun and we really think Teague is too! It sort of feels like he is having a bla...
04/06/2020

100 Days of Teague: Day 2-5

We are having fun and we really think Teague is too! It sort of feels like he is having a blast because he thinks he is training us. We have learned that he really hates his ears being brushed. He thinks that he NEEDS a treat every time he is touched. And, of course, we already knew this but he enjoys reminding us, he IS the biggest horse in the herd.

Day 2: A good old fashion grooming - Marie had her work cut out for her with the amount of mud Teague plastered onto his body from head to tail.

Day 3: Friendly Game & Touch It: On a rainy day we got creative by playing in the stall with the gate open. This doesn't mean run out the gate. Putting a cone in front of Teague and asking him not to go by it created lots of laughs. He picked up on the game quickly which was no surprise.

Day 4: Hill Climbs & Leading: Teague really likes to lead his humans, he does not want to be in the back or by your side. He is the leader, so we changed the game and let him lead. We went up the hill and down the hill. Mallory required Teague to stop when asked, this was a surprise because she wouldn't let go of the rope no matter how hard he tried to get her to.

Day 5: Friendly Game with the Ears & Massage: We will need to continue to go slow to show him that our touch doesn't always mean work. He wasn't fully relaxed and his wheels never quit turning, but he was quick to beg for more when we were ready to walk away.

95 days of learning to go! Check out our videos in the comments.

Around here, there's always that running list of "we will get to that tomorrow." Well, we are humble enough to tell you ...
04/02/2020

Around here, there's always that running list of "we will get to that tomorrow." Well, we are humble enough to tell you that Teague, our Chincoteague pony has been on that list for far too long. We had high hopes of creating hype around a new campaign idea, "100 Days of Teague." The Dun Roamin Farm family would commit to 100 days of work with our "we will get to him tomorrow" pony.

Despite closing our barn doors to our dearest of friends and family, we've decided to weather this "quarantine" storm and make our tomorrow list, today's list. We are moving forward with 100 Days of Teague, and we can't wait to share our lessons learned along the way.

Teague came to us almost seven years ago, extremely malnourished, with little life in his eyes. It took a long time before he came out of his shell, but when he did, it was not that sweet little pony we picked up. He became the "biggest" horse in the pasture, the guard dog, the terror, the definition of an "evil pony" we warn parents about. We learned he would not become the new lesson pony we were hoping for. As you can probably piece together by now, he became our "tomorrow list" pony. Let us also say, it's no coincidence we are launching this commitment on April Fools.

Keep following us throughout the next 100 days to see what this amazing, "too smart for his own good,'" creature teaches us. Because, as we've learned throughout the years, it's usually the horses that are the teachers.

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE DECK THE STALLS WINNERS! Erika and Krianna both receive a $50 Dun Roamin Farm Gift Card and a red...
01/04/2020

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE DECK THE STALLS WINNERS! Erika and Krianna both receive a $50 Dun Roamin Farm Gift Card and a red Dun Roamin Farm winter hat for wearing under helmets and for looking fabulous. Our 2nd place winners, Mary and Lizzie both receive and $25 Gift Card.

12/08/2019

We've EXTENDED our holiday cutoff date!

Place your DRF apparel order by MIDNIGHT TONIGHT!

12/06/2019

Last day to order your gear for Holiday Delivery!

Place your order by 12/6 at midnight, to arrive in time for the holidays!

COMING SOON! Our new online apparel store will be here just in time for the holiday shopping season!We’ll be posting the...
11/21/2019

COMING SOON! Our new online apparel store will be here just in time for the holiday shopping season!
We’ll be posting the link to the store soon, don’t miss it! In the meantime, tell us how pumped you are to rock your new gear?

Farm Family Fun Show - June 30
09/02/2019

Farm Family Fun Show - June 30

Maddie & Harley
08/29/2019

Maddie & Harley

Hi, Dun Roamin Followers, Family, and Friends! We know you’re all very excited for the rest of the fun day pictures, how...
08/28/2019

Hi, Dun Roamin Followers, Family, and Friends!

We know you’re all very excited for the rest of the fun day pictures, however, the internet squirrels have decided to take a break for the day. They will resume work tomorrow!

Thank you for all the love you’ve shown! Keep it up for us.

Happy Trails!

Ally & Jack of Diamond's (Diamond)
08/28/2019

Ally & Jack of Diamond's (Diamond)

DON"T WAIT! SIGN UP TODAY! We encourage campers to explore themselves and build confidence by participating in a variety...
06/25/2019

DON"T WAIT! SIGN UP TODAY!
We encourage campers to explore themselves and build confidence by participating in a variety of adventures and team activities in a safe, positive, and interactive environment.

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At Dun Roamin' Farm, our focus is two-fold: our people and our horses.

We established Dun Roamin Farm in 1995, formerly a dairy farm, it started as little more than an unfenced pasture and neglected cow barn. We quickly cleaned up the grounds, renovated the barn, and began moving horses in. Today, the farm has 25 stalls and has served more than 100 riders with lessons and stall leasing services.

We have a passion for horses and humans, it is this passion that led us to open Dun Roamin Farm. Together, we oversee the horses, maintain schedules for all students and volunteers, as well as lead several group and individual riding lessons each week. It is not unusual to see the entire family working in and around the barn on any given day.

We have an exciting vision to continue to grow our farm, in the process we hope to bring a positive agricultural and country experience to you and your family. Join our journey and become part of our barn family.

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