Tennessee Walking Horses and Hunter Ponies
They are our specialty but we also have horses from other breeds who have great personalities and are fun to be around. Many of them are suitable for the beginner horse enthusiast and some are more high performance for the experienced rider who is looking for more speed and spirited riding.
is now affiliated with
‘’Magic Mountain Farm”
Sierra , owner of ‘’Magic Moments Photography", is an extremely creative and versatile photographer who has the unique ability to ‘catch the moment’ Sierra does pictures here on the farm with the various scenery options including the horses, lake, fields, etc. but she will also travel to a location of your choice.
Please visit our News and Events Page to stay on top of all the activities that are going on and those that are being planned. Check out our Horse Show Winners!
"Trail riding on Magic Mountain Farm"
Trail Rides offer the opportunity for people with all levels of horsemanship to have a fun and relaxing time by drifting thru our beautiful trails and getting in touch with nature.
Riding Lessons, which are offered at the level of readiness of the student and tailored to suit your individual goals and needs, provide a relaxed, fun oriented opportunity to either learn how to ride or increase your riding skills and become more familiar with all aspects of horses.
Pony Parties are a big favorite at the farm and we have the sweetest ponies and horses to make everyone smile and feel comfortable. Hay rides are provided to fill in the time while waiting to ride the ponies. Children and adults love our pony parties! Come to visit and see for yourself. You will want to take a ride too!!!
Come as a Guest and leave as a Friend
If you have that special feeling for horses then join us on Magic Mountain where you can experience them in a pleasant and magical setting. The opportunities we offer are varied and flexible. Come and visit the Magic and enjoy the fun.
Magic Mountain Farm is owned & operated, since 1988, by Bev & Lou Foltz.
Our location is in the Shenandoah Valley just west of Winchester, Virginia approximately 2 hours NW of Washington, DC and 15 minutes from I-81.