We have a wonderful bunch of gorgeous horses perfect for all occasions and the most friendly horses you will ever meet!
Ben and Jerry
Ben and Jerry were purchased in the spring of 2010. Prior to their life as carriage horses they were used on an Amish farm. Ben and Jerry are 12 year old half brothers. These stunning Percheron geldings have great personalities and are flashy at any event. Ben and Jerry are a trusted team that we utilize to give driving lessons. Ben also works as a single and is utilized as a lesson horse for new riders and drivers.
Jake was adopted in 2008 from Shilo Acres Horse Rescue. Jake is a handsome 8 years old, rare sorrel, Percheron gelding that is broke to drive single and double.
Our lovely and talented mare Bridgette was purchased in late 2012. Since then she has made a big contribution to the Moonlight family. Standing at 18.1 hands. She is currently 16 years old and has given the Moonlight family 2 wonderful babies. A daughter Dory and an son Nemo, both are staying with our family.
Ned and Ted
Ned and Ted were purchased in 2016 from a nice family in Kansas. They are 11 year old half brothers. These handsome boys only work together and have never been out of each others sight after being born in the same pasture. Ned stands a large 17.3 hands and Ted is a staggering 18.2 hands. These boys make a LARGE impression wherever they go.
Nemo was born May of 2016 to our lovely mare Bridgette. Though black in the pictures, this handsome little devil will turn grey like his mom. He should easily make it to over 18 hands tall and is a wonderful addition to our family. Look for him to start his carriage carrier in the future.
Our Rescue Horses
A lot of our horses are rescue horses that were slaughter bound. Moonlight Carriage bought/adopted them and gave them a great place to live and to be used to their full potential. All of our horses will live out their lives with us on the farm. Below is a quick video made by a family member bringing awareness to the struggle of slaughter bound horses. Please consider a donation to a local, legitimate horse rescue.