judy kay: i think you might be able to match me with what i am looking for .....where are you located in reference to asheville nc
August 28, 2011 6:01AM
LaDonna Miller: You have some beauties! And Great job with rescuing and homing out horses that need help! Keep up the good work!
January 23, 2011 4:21AM
September 15, 2009 7:30AM
Dianne: I ground manners and things as having a bridle would like some info on the gray skinny quarter horse filly named Nanaseaster Surprise. I live in TN near nashville and would have to find someway to get her here. Has she had any training, such as bridle and saddle. Sincerly yours, Dianne Kerr-Waltz
May 27, 2009 8:06PM
joe rupert: Hey...........Its joe.....cool pics..........
September 12, 2008 2:13PM
mike howard: i am located in Florahome Fl.and would like to know if i can place my horses in you auction?please contact mike at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com thanks for your time mike have a great day
April 22, 2008 9:27AM
Happy Holidays. I was wondering if you have been able to contact the person who has Willie, (Tuff tobe Daddysgirl) AQHA mare foaled in Jan. 1993. Any info you have would be appreciated. I would like to see how she is doing and maybe get some current pictures.
December 26, 2007 10:38AM
allan: I just wanted to check and see how I could put some of my horses that I have for sale on your site. I have lost my pasture this year and have no where to put them so I must down size. Email me back.
June 11, 2007 3:31PM
Steven Tiberg: Kricket,
I don't know if you remember me, but you adopted Zach, a jet black quarter horse with EPM back in '97 or '98.
We worked together on a project when I worked for Brown Anderson Architects in Montgomery, Al.
I was hoping to get an update on Zach and had hoped he found a great home.
Please shoot me an email when you get a chance. It'll be good to hear from you again.
June 11, 2004 8:35AM
Diane: what beautiful animals...Son Shines Bright is stunning...Merlin looks to be heading towards being just as beautiful...and the little pinto, well...what a darling!...thank you for these pictures and your website...God bless you in your work with these wonderful animals...they get pushed and shoved from home to home during their lifetimes, thank you and all the special people who care enough...to stop and help them along the way...Diane
March 15, 2004 9:01PM
Jennifer Weishaupt: I really like your website. Keep up the great job. Check out my site sometime. You can read about my horse and some of the horse services I offer. Have a nice day. www.SuzieCutely.homestead.com/home.html
January 23, 2004 3:37PM
Jennifer Morgan: I really like your website, its nice to find rescues close to were I am at. I go to college in central KY but I live in SW Ohio so I'm always keeping an eye out for contacts in KY and OH helping horses. I rescued a Thoroughbred last year, I've rescued 2 cats and a dog this year. I guess I better slow down or buy a farm! Ohio e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, you can catch me here after May 2004. Talk to ya'll later.
January 11, 2004 4:44PM
Rena Martin: Kricket~ I just recently rescued 3 Arabain mares that I believe used to belong to you. I would love the opportunity to talk to you about them. Cudos to you and yours for all the hard work you put into these loving animals! I too rescue in Ohio so I know what it takes. My number is 740-489-5070.
Thank you in advance!
January 1, 2004 3:49PM
Jennifer: Easter Sunrise looks beautiful! I would love to find out more about your business. I found you through a link on another page.
September 14, 2003 11:13PM
Alan Ungar: I am sure you will recover from your devastating loss. Aln
September 2, 2003 5:10AM
Saw your wondeful pictures of the Saddlebreds and I am hoping you can send me a list of the ones you currently have for sale. Age is not at important as size, they must grow to be atleast 16.1 hands.
June 18, 2003 8:00AM
Louise: Hi, please write & tell me if you have soem horses for sale? I liked the Standerbred filly Easter. Thankyou, Louise
April 4, 2003 7:47PM
Betty Walker: Ms. Emilie says you have some really nice arabain mares that need homes . I would love to see them . I'm looking for some old blood lines like *Fadl, *Naseer, *Serafix, *Orbit , *Raffles,
* Ansata IBN Halima
Theses are the lines i try to breed for . Most mares of these lines are 15 years and older.
Thank you for you love of the horse and for all you do for them.
Oregon Rain Farm
Eagle Point Oregon
March 26, 2003 10:12AM
CJ Buri: LOVED everything about your website! I wish I lived closer to you so that I could come over and help you, with all the wonderful "kids" you have adopted. And of course, give them loves and hugs! I will enjoy looking at your web site over and over and seeing new additions! KEEP UP THE GREAT WORK that you are doing. After all, HORSES are God's favorite animal. Check it out...there are several places in the Bible that they are talked about!
February 9, 2003 7:59AM
Micki Collins: This is Feb. 7, 2003. My sister in law in Indiana is looking for an Arabian. Well trained to join her Arabian filly and Morgan gelding.
Is your site up to date ?
February 7, 2003 8:32AM
Jerry & Vickie Sutherland: Jerry really liked the homey look of the wood.
Cause you know he is just a country boy at heart.
He also took notice of the design of the rooms
which the large timbers enabled you to do. The
part of the house that enables you to hear the
running water was a neat idea. Instead of going to Gatlinsburg to get away, he is coming to your
January 17, 2003 11:30AM
oceanbshark: Hey , your site has the cool music of the doors playing ! (rock on )your horses are awesome !
December 22, 2002 11:28PM
Donald McKellar, III: I have never seen the farm look so nice! My father would have been very happy to have seen your beautiful efforts and work and I can not wait to show this to mother. God bless you and best wishes always from the McKellar clan, Donald McKellar.
December 22, 2002 5:26PM
Brian Borton: Happy to have the opportunity to share with others this great love of ours - adopting the critters, giving them loving homes with purpose, and share the farm/ranch experience with the needful public. Feel free to write and chat!
December 19, 2002 8:46PM
Connie Griffis: Beautiful horses. I have two great fiends looking for just hat ou have but did not see the mares pics. Are they on there somewhere? Or did you already sell them? Is Roanoak Va too far for him to go?? he would have a very pampered and English life. SIncerely
Connie, Griffis, Nebraska
December 19, 2002 9:04AM
Monica Cummins: Hey,
Websie looks great, copper is doing great, can't wit till spring so we can train im,
December 14, 2002 7:01PM
Meg Brunell: Hi Kricket, I showed this to your Dad and he was just awestruck, he loved it and I do too !! So was my husband, who just had a triple bypass (just thought I'd throw that in) Oct.17th. They're both doing well, I'm not so sure about me! Just thought I'd stop in, our best to all, Meg
November 11, 2002 9:49PM
Kris Schones: I so enjoyed your slide show! I emailed it to my husband's work email so he can get a little taste of Kentucky and why I love it so. Thanks, Kris
November 2, 2002 6:37PM
Diana TC: Kricket - I really enjoyed the slide show of the farm - it's a very beautiful and enjoyable experience. My favorite photo is the one of "Find George" the donkey in the trees. And, the cats coming out for spring. Your place is wonderful and the horses there are very lucky to live there - for more reasons than just the beautiful view. Wishing you and yours ALL the best, Diana
November 1, 2002 7:10PM
Robert Hance: Kricket and Roy: for what you have done for CF Paladin I can never express my heartfelt thanks. You are a national treasure!
October 5, 2002 4:34PM
Gwen: I'm sorry I put the wrong name of the horse I ment easter sunrise instead of buttermilk, oopsy!!!
August 29, 2002 1:39PM
Gwen: I am so glad there are people that care about horses as much as I. I've been riding since I was about 5. I want to get involed in these programs that they have for horses, But right now my hubby is in the military and we move around a lot. Every base that we have been to has a stable to board horses and I would really love to buy another horse. When my hubby gets out and we move back to Kentucky, I will contact you about buying one of your horses. I really love buttermilk!! I do plan on buying some land we've been looking at there and would like to do the same thing that you two are doing. Thanks for the inspiration!! Gwen
August 29, 2002 1:27PM
Jack: We are happy you rescued the Shires from Slaughter. Thank you very much for saving
them. They are very special animals.
August 7, 2002 6:55PM
Cathy: Thank you for sharing the shire adoption. The music and presentation was so touching that I cried. Great job! What a save! One day I will be able to get involved. Right now I am involved as a nurse with uncle sam and never know where I will be next.
August 4, 2002 8:55PM
Helena Adams: I really think you are doing a wounderful thing.I like Buttermilk just can't get back to your email address.I hope you read this soon.I live in Louisiana and i have been thinking of opening up a rescue here for the Southern State due to i have seen so many that need help yet owners want money high prices ,yet they just use them as lawn mowers it hurts to see them like that.I have been in the horse world since i could sit up and mount,I beleave i have a stall and lots of Tlc i can provide.Email me ...Thanks Helena
May 15, 2002 11:24AM
Jacqueline Wessel: Roy and Kricket:
The pictures were wonderful! Thank you so much for sharing them with us. Hopefully next year you will have a fabulous Stonewall's Monogram baby to show.
March 24, 2002 6:33PM
Ann: You two deserve a star in Heaven for the rescue work you do for horses.
I loved the web site. The big picture that changes images was great!!
March 8, 2002 8:27PM
Ken and Juanita Franz: Hi Kricket and Roy, Loved the pictures. Hopefully we can get in touch with you in the spring and early summer to talk about our mare and Ody. I am keeping my fingers crossed that we can do something with her yet. Hope all is well with both of you.
March 2, 2002 2:34PM