Located on over 10 pristine acres in the heart of Ocala horse country, Frolicking Fox Farm, LLC, (or “Triple F Farm,” as our friends call us) is a tranquil, friendly environment for boarding and training.
The farm’s owner\manager, Grace Andry-Lee began backing young horses for the race track at the age of 11 in North Salem, New York. Daughter, Abigail Lee has followed on in the tradition, training and riding young, inexperienced horses from the start box of their first event up through successful completion of the CCI one stars at Red Hills and the Ocala Horse Park. Grace’s focus is now primarily in the dressage and CT disciplines, with a specialty in body mechanics. She has expanded her assistance to equestrians beyond lessons in the ring and coaching off premises, through her equestrian focused yoga practice, (see; www.equestrianyoga.com). Grace is available for in the saddle and on the mat instruction by appointment.
Abby Lee devotes much of each week to rider instruction and coaching in all three phases of eventing, when not in the saddle training horses. She and the family’s Dutch Warmblood gelding, No Questions, (Roemer x Reverse Question), together earned the prestigious blue ribbon award from the U.S. Eventing Association in 2010 during their first three months competing at the Preliminary level. Abby has successfully competed for years, earning awards in both the hunter/jumper and dressage arenas, but found her favored discipline in eventing at the age of nine. She has ridden successfully at the international level.
She and Grace enjoyed wonderful opportunities to work intermittently with some fabulous trainers over the years including; Karen O’Conner, Stephen Bradley, David Collins and Mikki Kuchta. They have always enjoyed bringing along their own young horses, from first rides to competition level. At the age of nine, Abby qualified her green, Arabian pony mare for Region 8 championships within six months of the pair taking their first dressage lesson together. Abby has competed at the Red Hills CIC*, the American Eventing Championships and Youth Dressage Festivals and has placed in the top-ten year-end finishes nationwide in eventing amongst young riders. Abby now enjoys bringing riders along through her instruction on the flat and over fences and is available for backing and training young horses or retraining\progressing the training of more experienced horses. See; www.PreFectoSpanishHorses.com
While the horses we have trained over the years have been predominantly imported and domestic warmbloods and PRE \Andalusians, thoroughbreds have been a close second and the range has included many breeds in between such as; quarter horses, appendix horses and crosses which have included arabians, saddlebreds, percherons, appaloosas and warlanders.
Frolicking Fox Farm LLC
5393 NW 75th Avenue, Ocala, FL 34482
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Frolicking Fox Farm 203.837.7374 Conveniently located near I-75, just off of highway 27. For more information and any questions, please feel free to email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org We welcome your questions - informed horse owners are our best customers!