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Thanks for stopping by our web site, we are glad you found Lucky Rooster Farm! It all began in 1993 when Gin fell in love with and bought, Lucky, a Missouri Fox Trotter, from a friend. She soon decided she wanted to purchase another Fox Trotter and convinced her friend Mary to travel out to Missouri with her. While there, Mary bought "Banner's Clown", a sorrel overo mare affectionately known around the farm as Molly. Gin bought "Magic Motion" a grey gelding. Magic is still on the farm, Molly has retired to Rhode Island. Lucky is living in Sherborn, Mass.

We began offering quality Missouri Fox Trotters for sale after many friends and acquaintances were asking to purchase our personal riding horses. We decided that we would raise a few foals each year to help meet this demand for our beloved Fox Trotters.

We also started a lesson program at the farm using our Fox Trotters. We find that their dispositions are perfect for our lessons. Fox Trotters love people, they enjoy daily interaction with both children and adults which makes them great for both beginners and advanced riders.

In 1997, we organized the New England Fox Trotter Club to promote the breed in New England and help people who have fox trotters with training as well as sharing our love for this versatile breed. We now run an organized Pleasure Ride, and will add at least one or two additional rides around the northeast this year. We attend the Equine Affaire in Springfield, MA. and have successfully put on two breed demonstrations while there.

As we move into our tenth year of being a farm and offering lessons, our focus has remained all about the horses and what it means to have them in your life. Honestly, it's a great place to love horses and learn all about them. Call us to schedule a farm visit to see what horses can add to your life - you'll be amazed at what a difference they can make!

Sincerely,

Gin Stanley and Mary Duffy, Farm Owners