Our journey started in 2009 as high school sweethearts which we met working at a skating rink (Skate America) in Grove City, Ohio. We both became managers and started up running a skating rink in Joliet, Illinois called Family Fun Zone. As the many years went on, we both worked every single job together and most of the time, we worked 2-3 jobs at a time together.
Chelsey got into horses around age 11 and started working at a boarding facility cleaning stalls and feeding horses daily to save up money for her own horse. At age 13, her first horse of her very own was an 11 month old colt named Trigger. Since Chelsey brought Trigger home, she has always paid for everything to keep him without any help. Her parents taught her at a young age what responsibility was and meant. Chelsey & Trigger both taught each other over the years and learned together.
As Chelsey & Trigger grew up, they added Cody to their family. Trigger was frequently ridden through the city of Grove City, through neighborhoods, drive-thrus, stores and many places you typically don't see a horse. Turning many faces as people couldn't believe they saw a horse on the sidewalk in city limits, many questioned about their kids joining the fun riding and coming to their house to ride. With serving many birthday parties at the rinks and Cody being exceptionally well with kids, giving skating lessons & one of the best birthday party host, we as a couple put our passions together of kids, horses and parties, starting our very own business which started as a fun side hobby in 2014 when we had our first born daughter, Chloey.
We had eventually added more horses to our family and as a hobby, started doing pony parties, parades and lessons. As we wanted to share our passion with everyone out there, we started going into the inner city letting kids and parents see, pet and ride horses which had never seen a horse before.Word of mouth spiraled, gaining us more supporters and fans. In 2016, our twins Carley & Carter were born on Chloey's 2nd birthdate (all 3 same birthday not planned). As our kids have grown with our business as it grew, they are truly great helpers in all that we do. We are trying to also instill a hard work ethic and teach them responsibility like we were taught at a young age. You may see them at events or parties with us as they love tagging along to help when they can!