Posted by Ann Wilt

Knollwood Family and Students,

Out of an abundance of caution, and per the most updated recommendations from the Center for Disease Control (CDC), Wisconsin Department of Health Services (WDHS), and the most recent statement from the White House, Knollwood Farm will be shutting its doors to the public for a 15 day period, beginning Wednesday, March 18th We will be looking to reopen for lessons Thursday, April 2, 2020.  This decision will be assessed and reassessed on a week to week basis as the developments around guidelines and recommendations for gatherings are rapidly changing.  Please keep an eye on our blog and Facebook page for news updates as we go forward. 

As an active member of this community, it is important to us to be a part of the solution in slowing the curve of this illness to protect the families and children we share the American Saddlebred with on a daily basis, as well as our staff.  

During this closure, our full time staff will still be on site and horses in training will be worked and kept on their regular, show preparation work schedule of daily exercise.  Our expert staff will be continuing their daily duties taking detailed care of our beautiful show and school horses. 

We hope to offer some fun posts throughout the next two weeks to stay connected with the students and families that we know will be missing time with the horses.  We also intend to make up for the quiet time with some fun new offerings, once it is safe to do so.

Stay well everyone!