Gypsy Glass Downs is a small family run operation, specializing in a variety of disciplines and draft breeds. As it was once merely a hobby and the previous owner deceased, the state of Gypsy Glass is scraping by at best. Their major income at this point is from boarding and lessons, efforts are being made to bring their breeding programs back to order.
Though it looks thoroughly out of place now - a simple dusty road branching from a busy paved intersection, across the street from some business park - the property was bought long before the area become so developed. It's simple structures and haphazard lay out are proof of this statement. While it is by no means in shambles or even out of date, things weren't exactly planned for the most efficiency.
If one decides to turn off the dirt road and down the tree-shaded driveway they would first notice the pastures to their left and the first of three arenas to their right. Just a couple yards from the end of the arena lies the main office and a small sand paddock usually used by the lesson horses.
From there you have no place to go but left, the two barns. Though when they were originally built there had been no discrimination between mare and stallion, some means of separation have been made. Large, more functional barns are certainly in order.
Beyond this, another set of sand paddocks and the last of the three arenas. They could be combined as one if the need arose, but it hasn't in a long while.
The property tapers off to pastures, yet to be used land, and a trail connecting up with the neighbouring recreational park. The trail head runs directly between the two large pastures, the small just behind the left.
Breeding / Leasing