Bob and I met as students while attending Penn State.  We were married in 1965 and  graduated from Penn State in 1966.  Bob's work in the financial world took us first to Lancaster, PA, then to New York City, then Pittsburgh and finally Syracuse, NY where Bob worked many years for Merrill-Lynch.  I worked for almost 10 years for a large public library in Liverpool, NY, a suburb of Syracuse.  When Bob retired, we decided that northern Virginia would be an excellent location, as the weather was more hospitable, we had many friends in the area, and we had access to a major airport, the history, culture and sporting events in nearby Washington, DC, and the beautiful, scenic Hunt Country, with all the glorious horse farms.

Lyn has bred and exhibited Shetland Sheepdogs since 1979, and has enjoyed many successes over the years.  We have finished over 30 champion Shelties, have been breeder of two Shelties that won the National Sheltie specialty, and have owned several top sires of the breed.  We continue to breed and show the Shelties on a more limited basis, with some outstanding young dogs that will be seeking their championships.

 

Lyn has always loved horses but starting to ride at a "senior" age was not a great idea.  Miniature horses appealed to us and we reconnected with Sheltie friends Cindy Sells Pond in NY state - and then Wade Burns and Jon Woodring, whom we had known from their years showing Shelties and then Beagles.  In a very short time, we met some wonderful miniature horse breeders and have acquired some beautiful horses with excellent bloodlines.  We eventually began to concentrate on the families of L & D Scout and Little Kings Black Velvet.  We believe we have a great foundation for producing beautiful miniature horses that will be competitive at the World Show. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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