Rocky Hollow Farm started in 1980 on 11 acres of desert, sagebrush covered, bare ground. It was soon developed into a kindergarten for young race horses.
In 1984, an adjoining piece of property was purchased, allowing for a gallop track, and a cross country schooling course to be added.
In 1996, an indoor arena and 15 new stalls were added to allow for easier year round training, and teaching.
By this time, the focus had shifted from preparing racehorses for the track, to retraining racehorses for their new careers off the track.
By 2013, they began sourcing and importing dressage, show jumping, and eventing horses from Europe. From this, a new business model was formed in conjunction with the training and competing, and Rocky Hollow Sport Horses was born.
As of 2020, RHSH has sourced over 25 top level prospects, with many of them now approaching the top levels in their respected disciplines.
More Than Just Potatoes
Most recently, RHSH has begun their video series "More Than Just Potatoes" with the goal of introducing their business in Idaho. This new creative venture stems from the lack of English riding or horse sports in Idaho and allows RHSH to show their potential clients that they offer quality horses for sale at a good facility despite the lack of competition in the area.
The new series includes videos that feature the RHSH facility, introduce their veterinarians available for vet checks, and educate viewers on all aspects of their training and sales program. New episodes will be released on the 1st of every month on the Rocky Hollow Sport Horses YouTube channel.
Check out their most recent episode, released on July 1st, where Attila takes viewers on a tour of the local Idaho Equine Hospital: