Welcome at Iron Crest Equestrian, the place for your future champion.
Iron Crest Equestrian is a specialised breeding and training stable with it's eye on quality sport horses. Iron Crest was founded in 2014 and is aiming to produce high quality Dutch Warmbloods for dressage and show jumping.
Iron Crest is located in Sterling Valley. The facilities consist of 2 main stable buildings with one being an isolated barn for sutds, a 60 x 20 outdoor arena, a 40 x 40 XC course and a 40 x 20 indoor arena with lounge. Besides spacious stalls, the facilities are surrounded by pastures for our mares with foals and youngster.
Near the facility, we have access to a big forest for horse and rider to hack out when done with training or relaxation in general.
Post by Calli Rosella on Feb 17, 2020 4:04:11 GMT -6
I'm so glad you started a new scrapbook, I was awful at keeping up with your old one but I always enjoy your beautiful horses and pictures. And I adore the way you've set up the first section of this with all the stable details; you have your own farrier and you're so organised already <3
Even as head trainer, you still need to learn yourself sometimes. Ashlee is one of the most experianced riders at Iron Crest Equestrian but aims to keep improving and learn something new every day. Be it on the horses or when riding. Here, Ashlee is following Jill Reyes' instructions working a nice trot with the 5 year old chestnut IRCE Dracona; who Ashlee is still getting to know.
Calli Rosella thank you dear! <3 This fresh start really sparked me to tackle also the introduction posts and make those nice, clean and good to read! I'm super excited for this new start and hope I'll be as active as I used to be back in the days!
Fernanda Luchetta I'm so happy to see you around too! I'm finally getting the chance to take the fresh start Iron Crest needed for a long time! Like I said to Calli, I really hope to get things going propperly again and be as active as I used to be <3
Post by Jill Reyes on Feb 20, 2020 11:24:24 GMT -6
Our staff has consisted of a couple of girls for a long, long time. Besides me, Shea and Ashlee the only man around was Tom our farrier. This changed a while ago when I got to know this amazingly tallented man, Alexander Milligan. Alexander, or Alex to most of us, has worked as a show jumping rider and trainer throughout the country for a couple of years before I met him at the local show grounds where he represented the stable he worked for at the time.
A talented equestrian, we could immediately see. We initially were scouting for young and talanted horses to introduce to our facility. I never imagined I would meet the man who I wanted to spend the rest of my life with here, but I did. We started talking in the riders lounge, where I complimented him on his skill and talented horse he was showing this day. We hit off great from the beginning and kept staying in touch for a few months before we started dating. Now, 2 years later, we are in a happy relationship and Alex has joined the team at Iron Crest.
For now he's responsible for our 4-year-old mare, IRCE Brooklyn Girl. Soon, the two of them will make their debute in the show ring.
Therese Lind Thank you so much! <3 You never really stop learning and working on those tiny things which will make it or break it when working with horses are sometimes very important to work on.
liara Thank you so much, Liara! I'm very pleased how it turned out
Michelle Frohman Aah, thank you Michelle!! You can't imagine how big of a compliment this is to me. I haven't really done any full editing lately besides what I posted now hehe.
I'm very happy for all these kind words! This is the reason I love the entire community and try to stick around as much as possible. You guys are some amazing people, kind and very creative!
Last Edit: Feb 20, 2020 11:26:58 GMT -6 by Jill Reyes
It was love at firs sight for Jill, which turned to love at first ride soon as well. IRCE Rubinearo is Jill her private mount and soon to be show horse. A match made in heaven it seems, Jill and Rubin hit off great and made a great start with some basic training.
Samantha Jadirea Thank you so much! I haven't really done a full in a long time and I'm super happy how this turned out! Even though I decided to leave it unedited at first.
Post by Calli Rosella on Mar 3, 2020 2:16:58 GMT -6
So I originally came here to admire your gorgeous pictures and horses...then I stumbled on Tom's introduction post and got slightly distracted haha. I love the way you describe meeting him at the show and yay for your farrier (Still love you have one anyway!) has some company now! If I ever finish making my sims, or bribe someone into making them for me there'll be 3 male sims at Foxberry. But back to your wonderful update; how available for stealing is Brooklyn Girl?