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Texas Ty Norfleet
Nickname: Ty | He's our "dope on a rope". Lovable and large, this young paint gelding rides English and Western. Ty has introduced many kids and grandmothers to riding. Lynn has owned Ty since he was just 2 years old.


SF PunkaDoodles
Nickname: Doodle-Bug | This is Cowboy Bob's trusty steed. This beautiful registered paint mare was given to us in December 2006. She came with some psychological baggage, but with consistent training and love she has blossomed into a good ol' girl.


Eli
Nickname: The Big-E | We love long ears and Eli is no exception. Smart and willing this mule has had many owners, but he has found his forever-home right here on Black Fox Farm. This red dun mule is suspicious of strangers, at first, but warms up to anyone who has treats. Eli is a joy to ride and fearless on the trails. Did You Know: Mules are a cross between a Mare (female horse) and a Jack (male donkey).


Ginger
Nickname: Gingi or Ging-a-mee-nah-Jello Beana-Macaroni Pony. A very long nickname for a very special pony | Ginger is a barn favorite here at Black Fox Farm. Always greeting riders with a whinny or nicker. She's a sturdy pony who has a kind and loving personality.


Navajo
Nickname: Navi | The youngest of the herd. Navajo originally came from a cutting horse ranch in Idaho. She made the cross county journey at the tender age of 2 & ended up at Hemphills. This stocky little quarter pony has a sweet personality with a heart of gold. She was green broke when she arrived at our farm, but has grown into a wonderful, outgoing mount who loves exploring the local trails and beaches.


Cleopatra and Peepers
Nicknames: Cleo and Peep-a-rella | These lovely little donkeys are Black Fox Farm's living lawn ornaments. Sweet and gentle these two girls are always looking for a handout. They have a tendency to greet you with very loud brays, especially near feeding time.