On July 13th, 2013, Ryerss Farm had a splash of color added to its herd of residents. BAILEY’S IRISH CREAM, a 20-year-old palomino Quarter Horse, was foaled in Montana. He was brought back East by the infamous equestrian coach, Jack LeGoff. Bailey was later sold to his former owner in hopes of enjoying trail riding and dressage. He was sidelined shortly thereafter because of a bone spur on his left front navicular bone. On medication he could continue light work and trail riding until he retired to Ryerss.
Since his arrival at the farm, he has gone to the top of the list as the most vocal resident. He has a wonderful personality and seems to be smitten with Molly Maxine. They make a very handsome and impressive pair!