Hazzy Herd Leader
Hazzy is a Thoroughbred gelding who is an absolute gentleman. He is the gentlest of giants and just an all-round superstar. He is the wise old man of the herd and is always sharing his pearls of wisdom with whom-ever is prepared to get still enough to listen.
Lucky is the boss-lady!
Matriarch of the herd & the one keeping everyone in line! (Including us humans)
She is a Chestnut Arab mare and lives up to all those stereotypes!
Absolutely gorgeous and if I were ever stuck in a dessert, this is the horse I’d want with me. I trust her with my life.
This Ango Arab gentleman is the granddad of the herd. In his hay-day, he was the South-African endurance champion. Nowadays he is semi-retired, but still loves going out for a gentle stroll.
Hates: Being left behind when the rest go out.
Princess by name, Princess by nature.
This sweet little Arab mare is a real little pocket rocket.
Loves: Carrots, kids and being left alone by other horses.
Hates: Guinea fowl hiding in the bushes waiting to pounce.
Tequila is a rescue mare, we think Boerperd / Saddler cross.
She is a star jumper and loves a good run!
Her long ears are always distinctive, but she scrubs up quite well for the hunt!
Loves: A good run
Hates: having a bath
Finlay, AKA Pumba
Finlay’s mum was a carthorse in the townships. She died when he was 2 weeks old. He was rescued and raised here on the farm. In truth, he thinks he’s a Labrador and follows me around like a puppy.
Hates: Not very much.
Orion is a Boerperd cross Percheron gelding. He is the newest member of our herd. He is just gorgeous.
Hates: Other geldings stealing his limelight.
Luna is probably the horse that has taught me the most! An absolute gorgeous Anglo-arab mare. These days she spends her days homeschooling her babies, Spring rain and Galileo.
Lou’s heart horse and the lead horse on trails. Storm holds the horses & humans on trails like his life depends on it. He takes his job very seriously & he’s the corner stone of team Pink Geranium.
Hates: anyone who’s not Louise
When I lived abroad, what I missed most was the vastness of the African Sky. I knew this Warblood filly from birth. When she became available I bought her for my husband’s 50th birthday. My hubby isn’t much of an equestrian, so I promised to look after her for him.
This colt is one to watch in the future. He is part Clydesdale, part Arab, part Thoroughbred, not yet 2 years old and already he is an absolute beauty.
Loves: Chewing on everything (Is he a puppy?).
Hates: His sister nicking his food.
Our first homebred horse, we are very excited for her future at the farm. Spring Rain was born on the spring equinox, just as a massive rainstorm ended the crushing draught of 2017.
Sadly we lost Paccino to a bout of colic in July 2022. However, he remains very much part of the essence of our herd. He shared so much love and wisdom with us over the years and will always be sorely missed but never forgotten.
RIP dear boy.
Roomys & Esiotrot
Our 2 stable cats and very much part of the Pink Geranium family. Their job is to catch rats, but they prefer horse riding.
Tafadswa is my right-hand man. Driver, groom, accountant, you name it, Tuffy does it. His son Zane & wife Melody are very much part of the family.
Jules is my right hand woman! Incredible horsewoman, friend and mentor