Super Natural's Bio
Rhapsody of Blue
In 1989, Jo Anne and Bill Scheidt purchased 12
acres in Western Arkansas to build a quiet
retreat that they call
Kates Creek Farm. They were
content with the thought of sitting on their
porch, entertaining the grandchildren, have a
couple of Quarter Horses, and maybe a few
head of cattle, but all of that changed in
the summer of 1996.
One day Jo Anne and Bill received an invitation
to join a group of neighbors for a trail ride.
By day's end they learned a Quarter Horse was not
their horse choice for a trail ride.
Later while reading a horse publication, Jo Anne
and Bill read an article on
Rocky Mountain Horses. After additional
research, they planned a trip to Northern Kentucky
and Southern Ohio in pursuit of more information
and a first hand look.
This region of Kentucky and Ohio is where the
Rocky Mountain horse breed originated.
During this trip Jo Anne and Bill met Frieda
and Charles Kilburn, breeders of Rocky Mountain
Horses for 30 years.
It was during this visit
with the Kilburn's they took a special interest
in the breed and Jo Anne and Bill became hooked
on the breed and their special
July 1996, Jo Anne and Bill bought their first
Rocky Mountain Horse. Her name?
a 3-month-old filly! At the 1996 Rocky Mountain
International Horse Show, Jo Anne and Bill showed
their 6-month-old filly and then took her home to
Kates Creek Farm.
Now the Scheidt's have 11 Rocky Mountain Horses in
their stable. Posted on this web site are pictures
of each Rocky Mountain horse along with their
bloodline and bio information.
Questions about their horses or more
information about the breed, click
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Kates Creek Farm
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