“I had to leave the Information Technology sector due to disability. I have Multiple Sclerosis but it doesn’t stop me! Horses have allowed me to regain some of the abilities I lost in 2006 after a huge relapse. I have been married over 35 years to my sweet guy. We have 3 children and 3 absolutely adorable grandchildren. I am thrilled that I can share my love of horses with you by offering you carriage rides. I run the business operations the company.”
Dianne M Kean
“I have been driving and showing horses since I was a child. It has been my dream to open a horse-related business. I am currently single, but have a main man. In addition to being a co-owner, I also manage the horses’ well-being and scheduling of drivers. I am thrilled to serve you.”
Meagan S Bryant
Our boy Jerry is a Percheron who was foaled in 2008 and is 19.2 hands (6 1/2 ft from the ground to where the neck and back join). He pulled carriages in historic St. Augustine, FL before coming to us. He is truly a gentle giant.
This sweet boy was born in 2004 and is 18hh. Jake is a Drum horse who carries a mixture of Gypsy and Shire. He hails from Pennsylvania and quickly became a favorite of our shipper. We love Jake and he is a very chill dude. Our running joke is that Jake’s name is really Jake from State Farm. Maybe we’ll dress him in a red polo and khakis next Halloween. LOL
The smallest of our crew, Flash is just 16.2 hh. Some of you may know Flash from his work in Cleveland, TN. We acquired Flash when we bought out Town and Country Carriages. Flash is definitely a great addition. Don’t you think Flash is a funny name for a Percheron? We do, because Flash is anything but fast.
Our first carriage is a reproduction of carriages of the 19th century. It features authentic head lamps that have been reworked from candlelight to LED. While outfitted with the required safety lights, we have tried to make these as unobtrusive as possible so that your pictures will reflect the 19th century look of the carriage. It is a beautiful forest green with vinyl tan upholstery.
We have acquired a white carriage with burgundy velvet upholstery from Town and Country Carriages in Cleveland, TN. We are in the process of changing the signage and phone numbers to reflect our information. This carriage is sure to be a frequent request of brides.
We have acquired an ivory/cream carriage with tan vinyl upholstery from Town and Country Carriages in Cleveland, TN. We have a little bit of TLC that we need to do on this carriage and we are also in the process of changing the signage and phone numbers to reflect our information.