Bonnie S. Terry  started showing at a very early age. Her first achievement was the 4-H All Around Achievement Award. She was also a member of their drill team and judging team, and won the endurance trail competition. She showed toward her American Junior QH Association Championship, served as President and Vice President of the New Jersey QH Association, and was selected for the Congress team. Bonnie was part of the Centenary Intercollegiate team, served as a youth adviser to both the NJ Junior QH Association and also served as a Drew University riding coach.

Bonnie accomplished the following with limited showing: 

  • Superior Western Pleasure

  • Superior Halter Mare Award (2 times)

  • AQHA High Point Hunter Under Saddle

  • National English QH Association High Point Stallion

  • Regional Grand Champion Stallion

  • Grand Champion Yearling Stallion

  • Maryland State Grand Champion Futurity Winner

  • Multiple Circuit Championships

  • 34 Grand Champion

Bonnie established herself quickly as an outstanding riding instructor and equine trainer. She has trained many thoroughbred race horses, halter and performance futurity winners.

Her students have gone on to National Championships and successful horse training businesses.

Bonnie has been raising and caring for many different kinds of animals most of her life and firmly believes in the positive effect animals can have on fostering self-esteem in children while also teaching them responsibility.

Many of Bonnie's animals have been used for national ad campaigns as well as on TV and in parades.

The farm name is derived from a conversation Bonnie and her husband Paul frequently have….when it comes to animals, there's always room for “just one more"!

Alanna Bodman cannot remember a day in her life that she did not think about horses.  Coming from a family of musicians who hardly knew what to do with her and her horse-fascination, though were always encouraging and supportive of it, she started out as a pianist, and then pursued a degree in Illustration, graduating in 2012 from School of Visual Arts with a BFA. Living in NYC at the time, she then immersed herself in the world of urban horses.  She started as a volunteer at one of the four carriage stables in NYC for a Therapeutic Riding Program they hosted.  She fell in love with the rich history, lifestyle, and horses, and soon began working toward her NYC Carriage Driver's License, which she maintains.  She is now one of the youngest and few female carriage drivers in NYC.  Alanna drove carriages in the city for many carriage owners for 3 years, before moving to Rhode Island and continuing her carriage work for a hired carriage business.  While in NYC, Alanna acquired her very first horse, a Haflinger Morgan pony she named Dr. Watson, whom she rescued from Camelot Auction in Cranbury, NJ.  Dr. Watson has accompanied Alanna in all of her travels and now lives with her on a private farm in Chester, NJ.  He is the love of her life, and nothing brings her greater joy than to work with him as a partner.


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