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Happy St. Patrick’s Day

Bits & Bytes Farm’s lush green pasturesOur Thoroughbreds are enjoying the emerald green pastures on this St. Patrick’s Day. All of Barry’s hard work of fertilizing and putting out weed killer has made our pastures look like Ireland. We have large grass pastures and 12 x 18 stalls and room for just a few more boarders. Give us a call and set up a visit.

Bits & Bytes Farm's lush green pastures

One Chestnut SOLD! and One New Chestnut For Sale

Congratulations to Salisa Hauptmann of Morrisville, NC on the purchase of Atlantic Ridge aka “Ridge”. He will be boarding at Bits & Bytes Farm for a month and then going to his new home near Raleigh, NC.

If you missed out on this pretty chestnut, we have another one for you to check out – “Copy”. “Copy” is a 16.2 hand liver chestnut who is for sale on our Prospect Horses for sale page.

"Copy" - 16.2 hand chestnut Thoroughbred gelding

You Can’t Have Just One!

spot-run_20110130_095The Oliver family knows what we mean when we say you can’t have just one – Thoroughbred that is! Mom Cindy and daughter Katelyn are both horse crazy and have fallen in love with the breed. See the Thoroughbreds they purchased from Bits & Bytes Farm.
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Fall Trail Ride With Friends

Chickamauga Battlefield Trail Ride - October 3, 2010We spent a great day today trail riding our Thoroughbreds at the Chickamauga Battlefield with our friends. Today was a perfect fall day just right for a trail ride. There was a nip in the air this morning and the leaves are just starting to change color. It was a kind of day that you will remember in the cold of winter or the heat of the summer. Not too many days are as perfect as today.

We had an interesting group of horses and riders. We took five Thoroughbreds from Bits & Bytes Farm: Pride of the Fox, Monarch’s Reign, Political Pull, Brewster and the wonderful With Wings aka “WWW”. We met up with Bob and Susan Goodman riding their huge warmblood fox hunters. Chase New, our farrier, brought two of his mustangs and his friend Amanda. We had one Western saddle, two bareback riders and five English saddles. Susan decided to ride her hunt horse Henry bareback when challenged by Chase riding bareback on his small mustang. The challenge got tougher when the jumping started. Read the rest of the story . . .

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