Dream of Fame
Dream is a 2006 15.1h bay OTTB gelding. He has been retrained and competed in low-level eventing and jumpers. In March of 2016 he competed at The Maryland Horse Trials and did very well in his Beginner Novice division! He also has been cross-country schooling this year and loved every minute of it. This guy is super sweet and available for adoption to the right home through Sleeping Fox Farm Thoroughbred Rescue.
Sleeping Fox Farm, LLC was founded in 2004 by Gary and Angie Francart, originally as a training and breeding facility for warmblood sport horses. In 2006, they began the Thoroughbred rescue to fulfill their passion of helping give a second chance to ex-racehorses and young Thoroughbreds.
Gary and Angie have dedicated their life’s work to providing a quality rescue program for selected Thoroughbreds, as well as top notch horses for show, pleasure, breeding, therapy programs and more. At Sleeping Fox Farm the horses’ well-being always comes first and each horse gets the individualized attention they need.
The organization is not only committed to providing each and every horse they take in the ability to thrive, but to help find the best match possible with potential adopters. Sleeping Fox Farm strives to provide a positive and friendly atmosphere for both horse and rider. Please feel free to contact us about any aspect of our business.
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Shannon Bossung: Shannon has earned her USDF Bronze and Silver Medals and is currently working towards her Gold. She has competed and is trained up through FEI Grand Prix in Dressage, and has trained horses to that level. Shannon has trained with Bruno Greber, Wendy Murdoch, Bob Orton, and other noted trainers throughout her riding career. She has competed in various disciplines including eventing, hunt racing, fox hunting, Arabian and Andalusian breed shows in various categories, and competitive trail. Her experience also includes training, preparing, and competing stallions. Shannon has worked with horses in many capacities throughout her life, and has learned to appreciate horses of many different breeds, temperaments, and disciplines. She understands that every horse and rider is different. Shannon has a wide variety of skill building options and communication strategies that help her impart the mechanics of riding in a language that each rider will be able to assimilate.