to Bits & Bytes Farm on the Web. Take a virtual tour of the farm and
see the beautiful thoroughbreds we have for
sale. Follow their training and learn how we bring them from racetrack
to a new career in the show ring, fox hunting or eventing.
gate at the Biltmore Estate.
you already have a horse and are looking for a place to board, visit our
Boarding Page and our Amenities
Page for photos and more information. See also photos
of the farm and our horses for sale.
from our trip to the Biltmore Estate.
Money checks out the Biltmore Estate with Barry. They are next to the
statue of Diana.
a shot with Lord Sexton (AKA Tripod) in the photo also! Big Money, Irish
and Lord Sexton's ears.
view of the castle from below along the trail.
on the grounds of Biltmore Estate, the Biltmore
Estate Equestrian Center offers a variety of programs for both area
residents and visiting guests. These include full-service boarding and
temporary stabling, guided trail rides, instruction in English and Western
riding, and the Ride Biltmore Estate program for those who wish to bring
their own horses and enjoy the estate’s extensive trail system. The center
also hosts numerous equestrian events each year, including horse shows,
distance rides, clinics, and camps. Details of the programs are outlined
below, and further information and reservations are available by calling
the Biltmore Estate Equestrian Center at 828-225-7433, 9:00 A.M.–5:00
The statue of Diana at the Biltmore Estate. We were able
to ride right up to it and overlook the Biltmore castle.
Money & Irish on some of the wooded trails climbing up the mountain.
almost looks like Barry is riding double with Robyn on Irish because the
hill is so steep.
at the two headed six legged trail horse (Big Money and Irish)! We call
them the twins. Both horses are 17+ hands and dark bay with brown noses.
Both horses are unraced also. Big Money is one year older or we would
think they were truly twins.
Sexton and Big Money