~Reality Farms Equine Center~

 

"this is reality"


 

~Current Events~:

 

Tack Swap

January 29, 2011

 

Reality Farms Equine Center will be hosting a "Tack Swap" on January 29th,  9-5pm.  Reserved sale spots are only $20.00 and will give your items a chance to been seen by hundreds!  Come and buy, sell, or trade all of your horse related merchandise.  Please contact the Guernsey County Horse Council for more information.

~FYI~:


Our facility is USDA approved for export services!  Contact us for more information on this valuable service.

~About Us~

In The Beginning:

Reality Farms started on a quaint farm in Pleasant City, Ohio in 1995.  Julie Urdak began breeding miniature horses and started selling these quality animals locally.    

 

The Growing Years:

Breeding, buying, selling and exporting miniature horses, provided Rich and Julie an education about the horse business and a reputation for quality.  It also introduced them to the finest the industry has to offer, not only in the miniature arena but the horse business in general.  Knowledge and know how had them wanting to expand!  In 2006, they fell in love with a picturesque piece of property in New Concord, Ohio.  They purchased the 65 acres and began to build the Reality Farms Equine Center business, as well as expand the miniature horse services.

 

Where We're Going:

We will reach our goal of having a national presence, all while maintaining a solid win-win relationship with our beautiful community.  As we continue to grow, our goal or mission is to have our business parallel the ideas of class and quality.  We want to be the first business thought of when a horse need arises.

 

Team Bio:

 

Rich Pennington and Julie Urdak are the owners of Reality Farms.  Together they have created a business that shows their passion for horses.  They put equal effort into the well being of not only the horse, but ALSO the rider/owner.  Their clients are catered to with the utmost professionalism and care.  They can be easily reached and enthusiastically work to provide the best service.

 "We have lived in Southeastern Ohio and owned horses all of our lives.  We are happy to combine our love of horses with our love of community.  It's nice to be able to provide horse-related services to our area and far beyond."