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Our Horses

Mr. Smee
15 years old · 16.1 hands · Paint
SBF member since 2014. After a brief mutiny aboard the Jolly Roger, Mr. Smee decided to come be SBF's first mate. Now full of love and happy thoughts, Mr. Smee helps to run a tight ship with Tinker Bell at Storybook Farm, while Peter Pan and the Lost Boys are safe and sound on the small island of Neverland.
Mrs. Potts
20 years old · 13.2 hands · Welsh Cross Pony
SBF member since 2009. Mrs. Potts’ cheery disposition and lovely singing voice have brought a new song (“Tale as Old as Time”) to the barn at Storybook. Her penchant for tidiness, while worrisome to some like Huck Finn, keeps the Papa Bear Barn in fine working order.
Sherlock Holmes
31 years old · 15.1 hands · Bay Quarter Horse
SBF member since 2002. Mary Poppins describes Sherlock Holmes as, “practically perfect in every way”. From his detective work seeking a lost horseshoe to his quirky English manner, Holmes is a central character in Our Story. Currently he is working on why Scarlet O'Hara is always saying, "She'll never be hungry again!"
Friar Tuck
16 years old · 13.2 hands · Bay Welsh Cross Pony
SBF member since 2007. Friar Tuck has a heart of gold and wants nothing more than to protect our riders and guide them in the right direction. A magna cum laude graduate from Robin Hood’s school of “clever fundraising techniques”, Tuck regularly contributes his expertise to SBF’s Development Team.
Tom Sawyer
22 years old · 10 hands · Chocolate Brown Shetland Pony
SBF member since 2001. Despite his small stature, Tom Sawyer has a knack for finding giant adventures. Though Tom can be a little mischievous at times, his shenanigans usually turn out heroic, especially when he has his childhood friend, Huckleberry Finn, at his side.
Corduroy
13 years old · 13.2 hands · Chestnut Quarter Pony
SBF member since 2009. Corduroy enjoys the limelight in front of the camera always making certain his attire is up to snuff with every button in place. Thanks to the children at Storybook Farm, his heart is full of love and his neck is always ready for a tight hug.



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