Another quality prospect from the proven young horse team at Magic Hill Farm, welcome Own It. Here we have an oft forgotten stage in the horse’s career where heavy investments of time and money are not required. Training schedules are light, horses can go barefoot, and a $5000 custom French saddle is not a barrier to entry. Rising costs strain the traditional school horse program and kids seem to be evermore strangled for time.


A product of the young horse program at Magic Hill Farm, she has been professionally handled by specialist Emily Belin for most of her career.
It is the perfect level of horse ownership for all kinds of amateurs, be they cash-strapped working adults or starving college students, and the Amateur Handler classes go a step further to offer an affordable horse show fix.
The timeline is perfect for a junior that can’t stand giving up the horse dream through college, or a new mom that’s plotting a return to the saddle the second that little terror goes off to pre-school. Maybe it's time to realize "young" and "old" are all most people can afford, and start structuring some opportunities around horses in those stages of life.


Maybe there has been too much focus on the juniors, whose time with us is often fleeting, and whose career trajectory directly contradicts that of the young horse.



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