Jamie Cikovic is the farm owner and has been riding and showing hunter horses since the age of 8. She started riding in 4-H shows and worked her way up to "A" rated shows. Jamie continued to ride and show on her mothers farm (Cornerbrook Farm) where she began breaking horses and learning the in's and out's of horse boarding from her mother Jody Sholly. After graduating from Cedar Crest Jamie attended Wilson College and competed on their equestrian team. She later transferred to Lebanon Valley College and got a degree in teaching. In 2007 Jamie purchased a 13 acre farm located on Mt. Zion Rd. in Lebanon. After purchasing the farm Jamie and her father began work on turning it into a small family boarding facility. Jamie's dream was to be able to board her horses and begin rescuing the animals she loved so much. Her first rescue was a TB gelding (2nd Chance) and a 1 year old Saddlebred. Both of these horses were purchased directly from a kill buyer at New Holland, Pa. Many others were to be sent to slaughter before Jamie stepped in. Jamie also works with rescue agencies such has Turning For Home and New Vocations.There is a total 15 rescues on the farm with new loving owners. Today, Jamie is a teacher at Cedar Crest and teaches riding lessons. Jamie welcomes you to her farm.
Bec Graby is our farm manager and has also been around horses since a young age. Jenny Pitt, Bec's mother was a familar face in the saddleseat show world. As a young girl she rode for many predominate saddleseat farms and traveled the US showing and competing. She was a familar face at the local Mid-A Morgan shows and Mason Dixon shows held at Quentin Riding Club. Her love and knowledge of horses was passed down to her daughter who has continued their horse journey. Bec has owned and operated her own boarding facility and has been apart of our farm for many years. She lives on the property with her horse Willie and her side-kick Brute (German Shepard). We are thankful to have her as part of our team!