Whether you have a youngster eager to get started with horseback riding lessons, are returning to horseback riding after time off or want to advance in competition, you are welcome in Four Star Farm’s lesson program. We specialize in three-day eventing, dressage and show jumping and attend shows for riders interested in competing. The focus in our horseback riding lesson program is developing the skills that allow you and your equine partner to be in harmony … and have fun! You’re welcome to visit the barn, observe lessons and talk about goals for your or your child.

Four Star Farm also offers summer horseback riding camps and adults can create their own camp experience.

Baby O rockin' it on cross country at Twin Palms.
BabyO is ready for her show home. She is brave, beautiful and bound for greatness! Currently competing at Training level. She is 5 years old, 16.1 hands and has a sweet in-your-pocket temperament. She does her flying changes and jumps in a snaffle.

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Congratulations to Suzanne Hickstead-Smith and daughter Matilda on their purchase of Roxy!

Roxy schooling cross-country

Roxstar FSF, “Roxy,” is a beautiful 2013-model registered Trakehner mare by Virginian Sky Pb*. She is rose gray and should mature at between 15.3 and 16 hands. She was awarded Premium at her inspection. She has lovely floating gaits and will certainly excel in the dressage, eventing or the hunter world.

Horses For Sale

At Four Star Farm, we take pride in offering and producing quality eventing, dressage and jumper sport horses for the national and international market. Our sale horses range from finished show horses to young horses beginning their careers.

If you have a horse for sale, Four Star Farm proudly offers a quality consignment program. We can design a customized program to help you market your horse. Four Star Farm will also act as consultants—if we do not have the horse for you, we can find it elsewhere using our extensive network of contacts throughout California and the world. We have dependable contacts in Germany, Ireland, and England.

Of Wind N Sky, aka Baby O

Of Wind N Sky is a registered, fully-approved Trakehner mare. She could not be sweeter or more of a workaholic! She also has the drop-dead gorgeous grey thing going on. She is lovely on the flat and will bravely jump whatever you put in front of her. She has competed at Novice eventing , 1.00 jumpers and is schooling Second Level dressage as well as doing her changes easily. She absolutely MUST go to a competition home with someone who will not only compete her to her potential but love her warm and fuzzy personality! She will vet but know that I am vetting YOU…lol. I bred her and love her as my own child, so a fabulous home is required!

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Best Kept Secret

Best Kept Secret jumping a table on cross-country.

Best Kept Secret is a 2013, 17+ hand Trakehner gelding. He is by the Grand Prix show jumping stallion Horalas Pg*, out of the very special mare Barina (out of a mare by Peron Pg*, Olympic bronze medalist in dressage and by Graditz Pg*). Barina is also the dam of the approved Grand Prix dressage stallion Bond James Bond. Best Kept Secret, aka BK, was the Reserve Champion for the West Coast FEH (Future Event Horse). This exceptionally well-bred character has a ton of personality and will keep you laughing and endlessly entertained! His work ethic is also exceptional. He has lovely gaits and a soft mouth. He is sensitive and responsive to light aids without being hot or difficult. He is a real pleasure to ride—so much so, you won’t want to get off! This ideal, talented package does come with a price, so serious inquiries only please!

Bellespoir – SOLD

Belle show jumping at Woodland Stallion Station.

Bellespoir – Congratulations to Jenny Salinger! Bellespoir, “Belle, is a 16.0, 2009 registered Holsteiner. Chestnut with lots of chrome and three very good gaits. She is an exceptional jumper. She is very successfully competing at Preliminary Eventing and as a Jumper in the 1.20. She is brave, sound and athletic enough to be an Advanced-level event horse. She is super on the trail and very quiet and easy to ride, suitable for an adult amateur or child but talented and special enough for a professional or ambitious Young Rider. She would make an ideal Young Rider horse as she is now qualified to do a 1-star, and will most certainly make a two-star horse.



Natalie Brady at Jedi's shoulder

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