Bailey was born in 1997 and is a Chesnut Belgian/Quarter Horse Cross. We use him for trail rides, and he can also be used in the arena for lessons and camps. He was a donation to the park and his nickname is “Bailey Boy Paul”.
Ben was born July 13, 1995 and is a Black Arabian gelding. He has 3 white socks, a stripe on his face, and a white lower lip. He does lessons, camp, and trail rides.
Blaze was born on August 1st, 2011. He is a Hackney Pony cross gelding that stands 12.1 hands. He has been used in 4-H prior to coming to Lockwood Park. Blaze does My Little Pony lessons, camp, Levels 1, 2 and 3 riding lessons, trail rides.
Blue was born in 1999 and is a gray Arabian. He has been trained in English and Western riding and was a donation. This will be his third year at Lockwood Park, and he will be used in riding lessons and camp.
Bluebell was born in 2000 and is a gray American Quarter Horse. She has been ridden as a Western trail horse prior to coming to Lockwood. This is Bluebell’s third year at Lockwood, and she will be used for riding lessons, camp, and trail rides. Bluebell is very sweet and smart. Bluebell is friends with Nevaeh, and they came from the same farm.
Candy was born in 2000 and is a Tobiano Paint. She was donated to Lockwood on 11/1/12 and is a very sweet horse that loves attention. She is used for trails, lessons, camp.
Fancy was born in 1997 and is an Overo Paint mare. She was purchased in December of 2013. She is used for camps, lessons, and trails. She is very lovable and loves attention.
Gunner is a Bay Tobiano Pinto-Arab cross and was born in 2001. Gunner came to Lockwood in late November of 2015. He is used as a guide horse for trails. Before he came to Lockwood, he was used as a camp horse for children.
Jax was born in 1996 and is a flea-bitten grey Arabian/Quarter Horse cross gelding. He is used for trails, lessons, and camp. Before Jax came to Lockwood he was used as a jumper. Jax loves to get brushed and eat grain.
Journey was born in 1999 and is a Bay/Grulla Quarter Horse gelding. He stands 15.2 hands and was donated in the fall of 2007. He walks, trots, canters very quiet, and knows leg cues. He has been used for Western and English lessons and private lessons. Journey is also great for trail rides.
Justin was born in 1996 and is a POA (Pony of America) gelding. Justin is a lead horse for trail rides and loves walking the trails all day. He is a horse that is very smart and willing to work and try new things. He is used for camp in the summer and in Trail Class.
Molly was donated to us in June of 2016 by Ariel, a Camp counselor. Molly was born in 1998 and is an Arabian/ Quarter Horse cross. She enjoys working in the arena and on the trails.
Nevaeh was born in 2000 and is a Dun American Quarter horse. She has been ridden Western and on trail rides. Nevaeh’s name is heaven spelled backwards, and she has a brand on her left hip. Nevaeh is best friends with Bluebell.
Roany came to us in April of 2009. He was born in 1996 and is a chestnut roan (red roan) Quarter Horse gelding and has a small star on his forehead. He is used on the trails as well as in lessons and camp. He is also a good cantering horse for private lessons. Roany was trained as a barrel racing horse prior to coming to Lockwood.
Rocky is a Quarter Paint pony gelding who was born in 2000. He is used as a guide horse on the trails, in lessons, and in camp! Rocky is a very smart goof ball and loves to run around the horse pasture entertaining all who see him.
Scarlet was donated to us in November of 2016. She was born in 2002 and is a bay Welsh cross mare. Before coming to Lockwood, she was ridden on trails and went camping with her owners. Scarlet is used in lessons, camps, and trail rides as a guide horse.
Stormy was born in 1989, one of our two oldest horses we have here at Lockwood. He is a Chesnut Paint gelding that stands 15.2 hands high. Stormy is a very steady trail horse and is ridden in lessons, camp and private lessons.
Taxi’s registered name is Taxi Bull. She was born in 1997 and is a Chesnut Quarter Horse. She was purchased in October of 2009. She is used for trail rides, camp, and in riding lessons levels 1 and 2. She is a very sweet horse and can be ridden English and Western. She also loves to explore the trails.
Willie was born in 1989, the other oldest horse we have here at Lockwood. Willie is a Quarter Horse/Standardbred gelding that stands 15.2 hands high. Willie is a very good trail horse and is used in lessons levels 1-3 Western and English, privates, and Saddle Up Camp. He loves to explore and visit other horses and people!
Yoder was born in 2004 and he is a Paint gelding. He was purchased on May 24, 2017 from Hope Reigns Ranch where he was used in their therapeutic programs. Yoder is very friendly, calm, and willing to learn new things. He will be worked into riding lessons, camp, and trail rides for this year.
Butterscotch is a palomino pony used on the pony ring, in camp, and My Little Pony.
Dusty was born in 1996 and is a Welsh Pony cross. He is a very nice sized pony for children and is also large enough for some adults. He has been used for My Little Pony, lessons, camps, and trails. Dusty loves attention and is always eager to learn new things.
Flash is a black pony gelding. He has two blue eyes that are very unique. Flash is only ridden in the pony ring, in Pony Camp, or in My Little Pony classes. He lives in the pony pasture with his friends.
Gypsy is a registered Pinto mare and was born December 5th, 2007 and is best friends with Ranger. Her registered name is “Gypsy of Greengates.”
Huckleberry is a Miniature Horse gelding. With his unique coloring, he is considered a Pinto. Huck is outstanding in My Little Pony and Pony Camp. He is very mischievous in the pony ring but is also good for demonstrations in the barn and very well behaved while being ridden on a lead line. He is the smallest horse at Lockwood, but he is also the boss in the pony pasture! He seems to be every child’s favorite. He is famous and even has his own clothing line!
King is a pinto pony. He was donated to us in November of 2010. He is also used on the pony ring at Lockwood and in Pony Camp and My Little Pony classes. King’s friend is Sage.
Ranger is a pony gelding that came to Lockwood in March of 2017. Ranger got his name from the TV character Walker Texas Ranger. Ranger will be used for pony programing and the pony ring. He is friends with Sage.
Sage is a dun colored pony. He was donated to us in November of 2010. He is also used on the pony ring at Lockwood as well as Pony Camp and My Little Pony classes. Sage is best friends with King.
Sunny is a Tobiano pinto miniature mare. She is right at the cutoff height between being considered a miniature and a pony. She used to be shown riding and driving prior to coming to Lockwood, and she even drove as a team with another miniature!
CHILDREN'S FARM ANIMALS
Coneja is a female Mini Rex Rabbit. Female rabbits are called does and male rabbits are called bucks. Rabbits are mostly active around dawn and dusk although they are not nocturnal. Rabbits move by hopping, using their long, powerful hind legs. A fun fact: Rabbits, in rare cases, can have up to a dozen babies at one time.
Dandy is a miniature Sicilian donkey. These donkeys have long ears and a wishbone shape around their shoulders. They have tiny little hooves and can bray very loudly. Dandy’s best barnyard friend is Freckles.
Freckles is a male llama. Llamas are shorn every other year for their fiber. Llamas come in an array of colors and often produce beautiful fiber. The only time a Llama spits is usually at another animal over matters of food. Llamas will rarely spit at a human. Llamas usually go to the bathroom in the same spot, making it very easy to clean up after them.
Ginger & Nala
Ginger and Nala are Boer Goats. This kind of goat provides meat for the farmers, while other breeds of goats can provide milk. Nala and Ginger are female goats which are called does. A baby goat is called a kid. Nala is the oddball of the family with all the different colors and is called a Paint Boer Goat. This is very rare and exciting for us to have at The Children’s Farm! Ginger is Nala’s mother. A fun fact: Goats only have bottom teeth and cannot bite. This fact is also true with sheep, llamas, and cows.
Gus & Gracie
Gus and Gracie are Boer Goats and are the son and daughter of Ginger. They were born on April 10, 2012. Both male and female goats have beards. It is more common for goats to have twins rather than a single kid or triplets.
Lily is a female Jersey calf, so she is called a heifer. Males are called steers or bulls. Once this heifer has a baby, she will become known as a cow. A Jersey cow is mainly used for milk, while Angus cows are known to be a meat-producing cow. This heifer is very sweet and enjoys company.
Little Miss Ewe
Little Miss Ewe is a Shetland sheep. These kinds of sheep produce wool for farmers. A baby sheep is called a lamb. They get their wool cut once a year; this process is called shearing. Female sheep are called ewes. Little Miss Ewe had two lambs named Scarlett and Rhett which were born on April 12th, 2018.
Fun Fact: A newborn lamb shadows its mother within hours of birth.
Scarlett and Rhett - (Miss Ewe's Babies)
Both babies are Shetland Sheep and were born on April 12th, 2018. Shetlands are a small, wool producing breed of sheep. The wool color varies. They originated in Scotland and can live up to 10 to 12 years similar to large breeds of dogs. Scarlett is a female sheep called a Ewe. She is the black and tan one and was born 1st and is bigger. Ewes are hardy, good mothers and produce ample milk. They usually weigh in at 75 to 100 pounds. Rhett is a male sheep called a Ram, who is black and grey and was born last and is smaller. Rams usually weigh in at 90 to 125 pounds.
Peeps was donated to us. She is part Muscovy. Wild Muscovy ducks are native of Mexico, Central America, and South America. They can also be found in Florida and Texas. They are found near water and sheltering trees.
Rescued Ranger is a Targhee sheep. Male sheep are called a Ram. Targhee sheep where bred to withstand weather and to need very little human interaction. The Targhee is one of America’s youngest breeds been having developed this century.