Millstone Acres


The Horses


Glacier is a 2011 registered cremello QH mare with icey blue eyes. She came to us when she was nine months old and has always been calm and quiet with excellent bloodlines! She competes in dressage and does a lot of trail riding, agility, and kids pony rides. She is a safe horse that always wants to please and loves people! In 2018 she was bred to a retired andalusian stallion and competed into her pregnancy with the last couple months off before delivering a uniquely colored bouncing foal. She has been an excellent mother.


Scottie is Glacier's beautiful azteca filly. She was born on April 15 2019 and we have loved watching her grow! She is going to be BIG so we hope she gets her mothers calm demeanor and patience! She looks to be buckskin colored with streaks in her mane but she may change color as andausians often do!


Allie is a 2017 Gypsy Vanner COB mare. She came to us in 2019 and is currently in training. She learns fast and is great with kids! We taught her to smile in just two days! We cannot wait to watch her learn and can hopefully take her out for experience soon!


We call her Penny Pocket as she is so teeny! She came to us in early 2017 as a twenty-ish year old Shetland, likely with some mini in there. She is the sweetest mare and doesn't have any of that typical naughty-pony in her. She takes exceptional care of our small humans on the farm and we are very lucky to have found her. Shortly after coming to the farm she was diagnosed with liver failure, PPID and a problematic lump on an ovary which is being managed the best we can. We hope to have many more years with her; she may be little but her heart is big and we are grateful for the time we have.

Coco and Daisy

Coco and Daisy came to us in early 2018 a casualty of inexperienced care (which is common with donkeys). They were barely able to walk as their feeet had grown like pringles and they were very obese and foundering. They have been on a diet for years and have barely shed off any of the large fatty deposits on their necks and sides. Coco's health struggles during temperature changes but generally they are both happy and much healthier! They are very attached to each other. Despite the diet, they easily talk people into treats with their cute personalities and funny brays! We don't know their age but expect them to be in their twenties which means they have decades to go!

In memory of ~

Brandy is the meaning of a "heart horse". She was a 2002 PMU Bashkir curly X mystery mare.  She came to the farm on September 11 2002 from a rescue organization in Duncan. When she came to the farm she was terrified of people but with a little TLC she became a great riding horse. She used to show on Vancouver Island in Dressage and spent a  couple years jumping. This little 14hh mare also did some cattle penning, western games, agility, and extensive trail riding. She sadly passed away December 14 2018 from being hit with a tree during a windstorm and is buried on the property. She was irreplacable and will forever be a part of this farm.

Opey was born April 12 1992 but came to us as a senior. He spent most of his life showing 4 foot jumpers competitively. Since being at the farm he competed in dressage and jumpers and trail rode all the time. He was an amazing teacher as he was rarely bothered by anything; he was very calm, and always gave 150% for his rider. In Spring 2014 he semi-retired to be our "farm sheriff" and trail leader! Unfortuantly he passed away on the last day of Summer 2014 doing what he loved - he had just left for a short trail ride and was walking down the road. He waited for his rider to dismount before collapsing and was peacefully eithanized by the vet. Opey was buried at Cottonwood Stables the same day with the help of neighborhood friends and family. We were flooded with photos and e-mails from people who knew him during his life and loved him. We will forever remember his loving sherrif spirit and miss him.