Welcome to Stoner Creek Farm!  God has truly blessed us with our beautiful horses! I thank HIM daily for the life we live!  We are a small family farm located in Central KY, dedicated to breeding naturally gaited, quality Tennessee Walking horses the whole family can enjoy.  We specialize in frame overo, but also have black, cream, tobiano and sabino.  Our breeding operation consists of 10 broodmares and one stallion, a rare black extensive frame overo, He's Ebony And Ivory, aka, Slim. 
Slim throws uniquely colored foals, and you will definitely turn heads on his offspring!  The best thing about Slim is that you will always have a quality foal, regardless of color.  Check out our
Foal Page to see all the foals and to see all of his offspring on one page check out Slim's Foals page! (I am behind on this page)

We love the old bloodlines and try to breed one or two mares a year to preserve these old lines.  We're always looking for stallions with old bloodlines to add to our list of stallions we'd like to hopefully breed to one day.  We are breeding to the old stallions of Ray Corum Stables right now.  They have a stallion that will put Roan Allen on the colt's papers.  WoW!! Can't get any older bloodlines than that!!  His name is Red Haired Stranger.  I have three year old filly and a yearling filly by this stallion. I am very blessed!   I lost Stormy my old bloodline mare this year, but found another one to add to my broodmare herd.  Her name is High Lonesome Dove K, she is by the late great F88's High Noon and out of a granddaugther of the great Pride Of Midnight!! She has been bred to Slim and is due in March, along with my other old line home grown young mare SCF Merry Boy's Dream.  Looking forward to these two foals!!

Our horses are registered with TWHBEA, and are bred for their wonderful dispositions, smooth gaits, and conformations first and foremost, and if we're lucky, an added bonus of color.  Ride them thru the week and show them on Sat. night!  We are located amongst the hills and hollows of Central KY, in Taylor County, near Campbellsville.   If you need directions to our farm, check out mapquest.

If you'd like to visit with us please call or email for an appointment if you want to make sure we are home.  We are proud of our horses and love to share them with you.  The only thing better than riding horses is talking about 'em!  We sure hope you enjoyed your visit with us, and thanks for looking! 

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UPDATED 11-12-17
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