Posted by Ann Wilt

Knollwood Families and Students,

As of 8:00am Wednesday March 24th the state of Wisconsin, along with so many other states struggling to contain their COVID-19 out breaks, has gone into a state of semi-lockdown. According to Governor Evers, this Safer at Home ordinance will be in place for 30 days and therefore in effect until Friday, April 24th. As an agricultural business, the way we are currently operating will not change. Our full time staff will still be there on their regular schedules caring for the show horses and school horses as they always do.

This does unfortunately cause Knollwood Farm to extend our closure for another three weeks and two days. While it truly pains us and our entire staff (equine included) to not see all of your horse crazy faces for an even longer period than initially anticipated, we are committed to our social responsibility as a center of gathering for our community and have your and our staff's safety at the top of our priority list.

While we are social distancing, we will continue to stay connected through our blogs and Facebook posts. Most recently, we've launched our imitate a school horse video competition! You can find details here. Make sure you submit a video via the comments section of the Facebook post. There are more fun virtual activities to come and we hope to see you all soon!

Stay well!