MISSING MINIATURE HORSE Last seen on Shillelagh Road in Chesapeake the morning of October 8th. She is a black and white miniature horse, approximately 32 inches tall. Please contact Gwynn Rankin at 757-646-6312 CL7 Minis, 2820 Bunch Walnuts Rd., Chesapeake VA 23322
Champ's Lucky Seven Ranch is located at River Birch Farm in Chesapeake, Virginia. We have a small herd so we have a limited number of foals for sale each year. Whether you're looking for a show horse or a lovable pet our breeding goal is to produce quality foals with good conformation and lots of color who are sociable and have a loving disposition. Our love for our horses and donkeys lasts beyond the completion of a sale. We're always available if you have questions or just want to give us an update. If you'd like to visit just give us a call.
Emily Henley, owner of Wild Wanderer Equine Services, LLC is the resident horse trainer and lesson instructor. Emily offers beginner Western and beginner through advanced English Hunter/Jumper lessons as well as training, farm sitting, farm work, mowing, mane and tail braiding, and body clipping. Her information is on our Contact page. Although she offers lessons for all ages, she has worked a lot with pre-school age children just starting out. Sometimes it can be a little scary for a parent putting your tiny tot on a big horse, so if you have a pre-school age child and would like to come out and observe a lesson let us know.
We also realize that sometimes you might put off your own lesson because you have small children. CL7 Minis and Wild Wanderer Equine Services are family owned and operated. We have a little playground here at the lesson area so your child can swing, climb and slide while you ride. If your child needs help on the toddler swing or someone to spot them as they climb, let us know when you book your lesson and we'll take a break from farm chores to hang out in the play area or show them our miniature horses and donkeys.
May 9, 2019 we broke ground on our round pen. This was a big day for us and I can't begin to thank everyone who made it happen. My son, Jay, did the design work and material list; Bobby Champion, who just happens to be the "Champ" in "Champ's Lucky Seven" provided the materials; Brandon Henley, Emily's husband, and Jay spent two of their days off digging, setting posts, measuring and cutting boards so Emily and I can follow our dream. John Warner, Emily and I did whatever was needed to help Jay and Brandon. Although it was hard work it was a fun couple days with our barn family. The kids had a blast and I can't begin to thank these people enough. I am truly blessed and grateful. To see the pictures from that day click here.