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10/04/2023

Bot Fly Prevention!⬇️

Apply baby oil to the inside of your horse’s legs and mane. This prevents the bot fly eggs from sticking to the hair. It also softens existing eggs making it easy to wipe them off. No more struggling to scrape them off with a bot knife!

Make sure you deworm your horse after the first frost with a dewormer that targets bot fly larva(Ivermectin or Moxidectin). Bot flies do not show up on f***l tests. So even if your horse has a negative f***l, he could have bots!

10/02/2023

In need of a self care day… No worries we’ve got ya covered. Come spend an hour relaxing on a peaceful trail ride in the southwest foothills of the blue ridge mountains. OR Know someone in need of a day of fun.. we also have gift certificates available. We’re open year around (weather permitting). Call us to make a reservation 540-661-9660. Happy Trails!

Yeah I know I make posts about our fantastic sponsors and how much we appreciate them! But here's to the unsung heroes t...
10/01/2023

Yeah I know I make posts about our fantastic sponsors and how much we appreciate them! But here's to the unsung heroes that have my back from the day-to-day! I wasn't even able to be present for the hard work to to work commitments but nevertheless all these people showed up ( not all parties are pictured!) And busted their butts to help us get lights in the arena! I can't wait... The poles are in next is to Mount the lights! Thank you guys thank you thank you thank you thank you thank you! Making dreams come true!

Troy-Built Bronco CRT tiller. Practically brand new - paint is even still intact on the blades!!! Brand new is around $1...
09/28/2023

Troy-Built Bronco CRT tiller. Practically brand new - paint is even still intact on the blades!!! Brand new is around $1000 for the same tiller. This one needs carburator cleaned/replaced and she'll run!! New carb runs about $85-90 .... $600 obo and she's yours!

This girl was loving the weather and the b***y scratches!! Lol
09/28/2023

This girl was loving the weather and the b***y scratches!! Lol

09/27/2023
09/26/2023

Do I have any friends that would be willing to foster kittens?? Our shelter is in need of Fosters!!

Round bale hay wagon, AS IS... metal in excellent condition but IT DOES NEED WHEELS ANS TIRES$1200Unionville, VA
09/25/2023

Round bale hay wagon, AS IS... metal in excellent condition but IT DOES NEED WHEELS ANS TIRES

$1200
Unionville, VA

09/25/2023

2 hogs available for custom processing processing fees included!!!

7 ft Ford 3 point disc $850
09/25/2023

7 ft Ford 3 point disc $850

SOLD!!
09/25/2023

SOLD!!

2003 Exiss 3 horse slant all aluminum with tack room partially finished with wood, removable rear tack (can be moved to ...
09/25/2023

2003 Exiss 3 horse slant all aluminum with tack room partially finished with wood, removable rear tack (can be moved to front), awning, new tires, bearings packed, hauls great, $15,000 cash only title in hand

09/22/2023
6'x10' Haulmark enclosed trailerTitle in hand $1,800Unionville, VA 22567
09/21/2023

6'x10' Haulmark enclosed trailer
Title in hand
$1,800
Unionville, VA 22567

Coming soon for sale -16' x 6' with cut gateNew leaf springs on itBefore it sellsBearings packedMatching/road ready tire...
09/21/2023

Coming soon for sale -
16' x 6' with cut gate
New leaf springs on it

Before it sells
Bearings packed
Matching/road ready tires
All lights working

09/17/2023

If I rent a bounce house for the youth rodeo is there somebody or some people who would be willing to help make sure that kids are being safe etc. The owners of the company are booked and not available to be there that day but are willing to rent me a bounce house. I just need to have a person or people that are willing to sit there all day lol. I have a face painter coming and hopefully a couple other children's activities that will be there. Please help share this event! I'm trying to make it a big deal and a fun family day!

16" barrel saddle, turquoise ostrich seat, Martha Josey tree, dream catcher tooling. More photos to come. $1,000 firm
09/15/2023

16" barrel saddle, turquoise ostrich seat, Martha Josey tree, dream catcher tooling. More photos to come. $1,000 firm

09/09/2023
Little bit of colorNext generation of ropers
09/07/2023

Little bit of color
Next generation of ropers

09/07/2023

Sooooo excited!!! Gift Certificates have arrived!!!!

09/07/2023

William David Lamb
On May 20, Virginia lost one of its premier horsemen. William David Lamb departed this life at his home Oakland Heights Farm.
Lamb grew up in rural Craig County Virginia and rode his pony to school. He often told the story of organizing a trail ride for his senior class – a foreshadowing of his life to come.

Lamb began his public equine career by working for North Wales Quarter Horses in Northern Virginia. Here he developed his love of the cutting horse sport. In the 1970s, he managed a farm for Jim Lewis, in Albemarle County, which ran 500 head of cattle. Managing that farm garnered Lamb the 1973 Farmer of the Year award for Albemarle County. During his time there he trained and showed cutting horses, as well as western pleasure horses. Lamb has garnered numerous Jim Reno trophies to attest to his success in the sport of cutting.

In 1979, Lamb acquired Oakland Heights Farm in Gordonsville, VA, and he and wife Sally, began pursuing their dream of building a horse operation. He began green breaking young and troubled horses. He green broke horses for notables in the horse world such as Rodney Jenkins and Jimmie Lee. In the 1980s, he exported horses to South America to be used for military and ranch work. Lamb began to specialize in ranch horses and trail riding horses for the east coast market. Lamb bought, trained, and sold quiet trail horses (many imported from states such as Oklahoma) to the east coast market. Lamb became the “go to” man if you were looking for a quality trail horse.

Oakland Heights became a center of education for future members of the equine industry. Both David and Sally were local 4-H leaders for more than 25 years, traveling up and down the East Coast to competitions. Oakland Heights is also the site of an annual “Cowboy Camp.” The camp exposes the youth to horse knowledge, history, and the cowboy way of life. In addition, Oakland Heights has always maintained a robust lesson program, teaching horsemanship skills to youth and adults alike.
In the mid ‘80s, Oakland Heights began offering trail rides to the public. Lamb loved his job as trail boss, leading the rides, and meeting people from all walks of life. Riders not only experienced the joy of riding a horse, but got a history lesson, were educated about rural lifestyles and agriculture in general. Lamb also dispensed wisdom, Will Rogers style with a Southern twist. Riders came back time and again just for the experience of riding with Lamb.

Lamb was a lifetime member of the American Quarter Horse Association and the Virginia Quarter Horse Association. In 2022, he was inducted into the VQHA Board of Directors Hall of Fame. He held life memberships in the National Cutting Horse Association and the East Coast Cutting Horse Association and the New Castle Historical Society. Lamb was instrumental in the founding of the Virginia Horse Council and was a member for more than 40 years. One of Lamb’s legacies will be his work with Virginia legislators to ensure that equine interests are promoted, protected, and preserved. Lamb was involved in legislative initiatives including the creation and updating of Virginia’s equine liability law, the creation of the Virginia Horse Center, establishing the definition of a legal fence in Virginia, agritourism laws and the founding of the Virginia Horse Industry Board. Lamb assisted in producing the council’s annual legislative trail ride, which gives Virginia Legislators the opportunity to bring their families, enjoy a weekend in the country and educate themselves about the Virginia Horse Industry. In addition to furnishing horses, for the ride, Oakland Heights has also hosted the rides on numerous occasions. Lamb also furnished horses for a Congressional trail ride, hosted by AQHA. He provided horses and participated in several inaugural parades at the national level and in 2022 carried the American Flag in the Virginia Inaugural Parade.
Lamb was very proud of the fact that Oakland Heights, under his son’s supervision, raises rodeo bulls and hosts a rodeo from May to September of each year.

Lamb’s life was touched by movie stars, politicians and even an astronaut, yet the proximity of fame neither awed him nor changed his perceptions of life. He was the epitome of the expression “What you see is what you get .” He was a man of integrity, strong opinions, and an abiding passion for horses. If you spent any time riding with him you know he could be tough but fair and many say he engendered such loyalty that you never wanted to disappoint Lamb. Lamb was a traditionalist who believed in the values of loving your God, your family, and your country in that order. He was a Southern gentleman, with the manners and respect that are expected from a Virginian. He believed in the value of hard work and that none of us is “owed a living” and his success was based on that philosophy. Lamb espoused the western life style and dressed for it every day in his trademark hat, boots and jeans and mounted on an American Quarter Horse. He believed not only in working hard but also in taking pride in your work and the life that you were creating.
Lamb was a loving, caring person who was not above pulling off the occasional practical joke or teasing a tenderfoot. Lamb was proud of the fact that he was of native American ancestry, was unabashed patriotic and served his country in the Army Reserves. He never met a piece of carrot cake or pecan pie that he did not love. He told everyone that his favorite time of year to ride, on the mountain, was when the fall leaves showered down with their myriad of colors. When you left the farm, he always told you to come back – “We ride every day.” At the root of it all, Lamb was a horseman.

Lamb is survived by his son Matthew Lamb, brother Jerry Lamb, sister Catherine Ponton (Dickie) and nephew, Richie Pontoon. Lamb was preceded in death by his wife of 52 years, Sally G. Lamb, and his parents Elbert and Hazel Lamb. A celebration of life will be held at Oakland Heights Farm, Gordonsville, on September 10 at 3 p.m. followed by a potluck supper. Attendees are requested to bring a side dish or dessert and the beverage of their choice. Memorial contributions may be made to Four Horseshoes Youth Foundation, 17110 James Madison Highway, Gordonsville, VA 22942.

09/07/2023

Rodeo This Saturday in Gordonsville at Oakland Heights Farm! Paying tribute to 9-11 and all our heros! Have a blessed Labor Day! Thank you to all and their families!

Is anyone interested in being a vendor at our youth rodeo? Tack trucks? Activity vendors? Craft vendors? Open to ideas!!...
09/07/2023

Is anyone interested in being a vendor at our youth rodeo? Tack trucks? Activity vendors? Craft vendors? Open to ideas!! We have food vendors covered and a live band beginning after the awards ceremony!!

09/04/2023

Due to a high volume of messages & calls we would like to remind our followers that our next rodeo is Sept. 9th!

There are other rodeos in central VA this weekend-
Culpeper, Va by True Grit
Roseland Va by Rockfish River Rodeo/Blue Toad Cider Farm. Please reach out to them for questions regarding details

We’ll see y’all next weekend in Gordonsville for Bulls & Barrels, then 9/30 for Farmville, Va at Prospect Vol Fire Dept. 🤠

09/03/2023

You don't usually see a roping dummy on a school playground these days, but at Hereford Rural School in Meade County, South Dakota, it's the norm. It's also an annual tradition for the students and teachers to ride their horses to school the first day each year. How truly blessed are these kids and their families?

Heel-O-Matic Training Systems

Attention sheep and goats people!!! New (to us) toy alert!!! Can't wait to get the ramps etc to save our backs a bit and...
09/03/2023

Attention sheep and goats people!!! New (to us) toy alert!!! Can't wait to get the ramps etc to save our backs a bit and a few very minor adjustments but the first run through was a success!!! This chute as well as some portable small livestock pens are available for rent with or without our services, too!!! Available to veterinarians too!!

Fall babies started
08/29/2023

Fall babies started

08/24/2023

Child: Daddy, do your hands hurt?
Dad: Buddy, are you hungry?
Child: No, not at all!
Dad: Then no Son, my hands are just fine!

Our children are the reason we're out there day in and day out. Cheers to you all who are out there providing for your children and your families.

Photo credit: John Angove

Just in case y'all didn't catch it when I posted it before. Here are the photos from the cowboy gymkhana fun so many ser...
08/23/2023

Just in case y'all didn't catch it when I posted it before. Here are the photos from the cowboy gymkhana fun so many series! All three dates! Terri Isenhour Equine Photography has reversed the order of the photos so now the newest picture show first! Make sure you check them out. They are available for digital purchase through Terri Isenhour !!!

Photo collection by Terri Isenhour Photography

Feeding the girls and training the farm help!!
01/08/2023

Feeding the girls and training the farm help!!

01/07/2023

Curt Pate has worked across the U. S. to teach effective stockmanship principles based on his lifelong experience in ranching and animal handling. His “for profit” approach highlights the increased economic benefits of handling stock correctly – not only chute side, but in the field as well. J...

01/06/2023

Here's to the Ranch Wife.

The one that works all day, then comes home to do chores and cook supper.
Who has a dirty house, piles of laundry, but a full heart.
Who loves her animals more then anything.
Who sometimes, wears her cutest earrings and makeup even If its only for the cows to see
She loves to dress up, but also loves the feeling of dirt on her hands.
Who is still desperately trying to figure out the bookwork end of things.
Who loves to serve others, and sometimes loses herself a little in the process.

We're all a little different, but all still the same.
I see you my friend.
Keep on keeping on.
The world would be a lot less beautiful without you in it.

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Another great day. A fun consulting job with a very nice family and custom cattle work in Purcellville then home to unlo...
01/03/2023

Another great day. A fun consulting job with a very nice family and custom cattle work in Purcellville then home to unload some panels and bring a couple of our trucks down to Strokers Unlimited for some winter maintenance and repairs.
Now headed home for a good rest.

12/31/2022

An old cowboy once said, “If you work cattle like you gotta be done quick, it takes all day; but if you work like you got all day, you get

Cattle work in Millboro, VA
12/27/2022

Cattle work in Millboro, VA

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Rhoadesville, VA
22567

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As the year comes to a close, it’s time to reflect back on the wild ride that it has been. From picking a name, to leaving the military and private sector to pursue leather work full time. I am extremely thankful to the Virginia equestrian community for accepting me and my craftsmanship, I really can’t thank you all enough. Along with that I have a whole list of fellow local businesses and individuals to thank. In no particular order, Mad Tack Anthony Terry 3L roughstock Tres Waugh Horse and Soul Counseling Bushy Mountain Horsemanship Celestial Photography Notta Farm Broken Arrow Livestock Solutions, LLC IRepair & Service Oakland Heights Farm, Hogback Mountain Pony Rides, LLC and of course my very supportive family and so many more.
As we come into the new year, we will continue to grow and expand to better service the local community. Quality and safety will continue to be the hallmarks of Wendigo. Teaching the next generation of leatherworkers will also be a focus of this upcoming year.
We look forward to seeing you all at upcoming events. And to the community, Happy New Year from Wendigo leather works and saddle repair.
Congratulations to all the great riders who came out to the Broken Arrow Livestock Solutions, LLC Youth Rodeo & Fun Day! It was a really great event and all of the young competitors did so good!
This weekend is packed full of great events! Saturday is the Broken Arrow Livestock Solutions, LLC Youth Rodeo & Fun Day! Come visit me at my booth!
Upcoming clinic at Broken Arrow Livestock Solutions, LLC!
Wendigo has some great events coming up in the next few weeks!

This coming weekend is the hogback mountain Hogback Mountain Pony Rides, LLC Halloween Festival 2022 on the Loudoun Farm Tour.

Then on the 22nd is the annual Mad Tack Louisa Tack Swap! Bring your broken tack and saddles right to my booth.

And last but certainly not least, on the 29th is the Broken Arrow Livestock Solutions, LLC Youth Rodeo!

I am really looking forward to all of these great events and I hope to see you all there!
What is your location?
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Do you have a website with livestock share details? 😁
Today was our first comprehensive herd health day and it was a great time!

Volunteers gave the herd mani/pedis while Broken Arrow Livestock Solutions, LLC got 71 members of the herd up-to-date up on important annual vaccines.

Now everyone’s feeling ready for the summer 🌞
Bit & Bridle Club had a wonderful day learning to rope and observe cattle working. Special thank you to Jamie Bates, Shiloh Bates, Timmy Lamb and all the others who volunteered their afternoon to “show us the ropes!!” Broken Arrow Livestock Solutions, LLC
The high back is brand new 16 in heart o Texas 800. Not sure who makes the other one but it’s 16 in as well asking 400
I’m in need of help! (Permission to post!)

I need to rehome my two outdoor cats. Literally the SWEETEST babies. I’m heartbroken but I cannot take one more minute of my husband complaining about them. 😤💔

They’re two orange tabby’s. Jax and Porter. Not neutered. So I need someone who will take them and fix them and love them. Whether barn cats or indoor/outdoor cats. They love to be outside. They’re just getting on our cars and in our new boat and he’s gone off the deep end with it 🥴

Know anyone that may want them? When I say they’re love bugs, they are LOVE bugs. Jax will tackle you with kisses 😍

I will only allow them to go somewhere/one who is going to CARE for them and FEED them they’re pets not just to be thrown out to eat only mice. 😬 if you know of anyone who may be interested let me know!

I’m willing to pay money towards them getting fixed... if that person can prove to provide them with land to roam and food to keep their bellies full for the rest of their lives. They’re approx 4 & 5 years old. 🐈🐈
Anyone looking for two ranch horse prospects?
Can be added to your broodmare herd later?
2 Hancock Fillies. Both yearlings. AQHA papers in hand.