Trinity Sky Farms is a family run business on 90 acres that provides the highest quality one-on-one care for your horse. We are located in Southern Middle Tennessee where summers are never too hot and winters are never too cold. Many horses who retire from the show arena have become accustomed to a certain level of care and human interaction. Our goal at Trinity Sky Farms is to provide your horse with that same level of show barn care and personal attention while still allowing them a “green pasture” retirement.
We are an exclusive horse retirement facility that only offers a limited number of openings to ensure that every horse receives the highest level of care possible. Horses are groomed and looked over every morning before being turned out. All stalls have mats and are fully bedded with full hay nets, fresh water and large mineral blocks. Stalls and waterers are cleaned daily. Every night the horses are brought in to their own fluffy stalls and are then gone over for a second time and their hooves are picked. Medications, supplements, and/or seasonal attire (blankets, fly masks, etc.) can be part of your horses care for no extra charge if provided by owner. The detail that goes into caring for your horse's every need is limitless.
Our price is all inclusive, with the exception of outside services and products. We never charge for any services we provide and should there be a need for any outside services and/or products they are always owner approved so there are never any surprises in your monthly bill. You will also receive a copy of any receipts, vet bills, etc. so there is always complete transparency.
We know that the cost of shipping is a large factor when choosing where to retire your horse, but don't let that deter you from giving them the best life possible. People are often shocked to learn that the majority of our horses have come from California for around $1,300 via an amazing and reputable company.
We are currently full, but please ask us about our waiting list!
- All day turn out in quality grass pasture
- Brought in to their own stall every night with full hay net, mineral block, fresh water
- Physically gone over twice daily
- Fully groomed daily
- Regular mane pulls
- Sheath and udder cleaning
- Barefoot trimming every 3-4 weeks (shoes at owner's expense)
- Quarterly de-worming
- Annual dental exam
- Fly spray (daily during summer months)
- Regular baths (weather permitting)
- Hosed down and brought in with fans when hot
- Every minor nick/scrape is cleaned and treated
- Leg wraps (if required)
- Fly mask (if provided by owner)
- Winter blanketing (waterproof turnout rug MUST be provided by owner)
- Blanket mending and cleaning
- Daily feeding of supplements and/or medications (provided by owner)
- Body work/massage can be provided for an additional charge
- Photos/videos posted to our Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube accounts regularly
- Picture/video of your horse upon arrival
Designed specifically for horses with Cushings and/or EMS.
We offer all the same amenities as our Full Care program except in a communal setting on a "track" with varying terrains, streams, bridges, a sand box for rolling and other enrichment to keep them mentally stimulated. Hay stations are spread out along the track to encourage movement with full time access to the open barn for shelter or taking naps. This is an amazing option for horses who might otherwise be relegated to a dirt lot.
Rula and Tygo falling in love
The horses enjoying a beautiful April day...
Check out more videos on our YouTube channel!
Ghost was the 2010 Zone 10 Horse of the Year (A/O 1.30/1.35 jumpers) and successfully competed internationally at the 1.30 meter level.
Tygo is one of our family's personal horses. In his youth he was shown in jumpers on the A show circuit and transitioned to equitation and hunters in his later years.
Rula and her mom had successfully competed in cross-country, dressage and show jumping. Rula is currently our youngest herd member.
Camall was imported from Germany at four years old and competed successfully on the A show circuit in equitation, 3'9" medals and jumpers and rounded out his show carrier in the dressage arena.
Dreamy had a rough start in life, but was saved by his amazing mom who has given him the "happily ever after" that every horse deserves.
Poppy's past life was unknown to us when we adopted him, but we do know he'll be spending the rest of his life here with us!
Abba started his carrier on the race track and then transitioned to show jumping. He competed at the 1.3 meter level before becoming a pleasure horse.
Sky was originally bred and born here in Shelbyville, TN but lived most his life in CA where his mom bought him from a trainer. Sky has "returned home" to Shelbyville to live every horse's dream life.