As much as we have enjoyed serving the public through our lesson program, we are no longer going to be offering lessons at Rhody Ranch. We have decided to focus more on our boarding and breeding programs as well as take some time to explore other opportunities. All are still welcome to come and visit Rhody Ranch at any time and please feel free to call Jody at (717) 226-0692 if you have any questions or concerns.
Rhody Ranch is owned and operated by Jody Rhody. Please feel free to browse our website for all that we offer including Stud Service and boarding opportunities. We are located in Newville, PA and welcome any questions you might have.
So far Shappas King has produced 5 healthy foals: 3 buckskin fillys, 1 Palomino filly and a buckskin Paint Colt. Rhody Ranch has also welcomed our first two 100% National Foundation Quarter Horse babies. We are still waiting on 1 more 100% National Foundation Quarter Horse baby.
RR Kings Awesome Darlin "Darlin": Buckskin Filly
SOLD-Congratulations to the Higgs Family!
Registered Name Pending: "Myka" Buckskin Paint Colt
NOT FOR SALE
Registered Name Pending: "Ginger" Buttermilk Buckskin Filly
RR Kings Steel Deuce "Ben": 100% NFQHA Dun Roan Colt
RR Kings Carlitas Daisy "Dasiy": Buckskin Filly Morgan/QH Cross
NOT FOR SALE
RR Poco PMC Starfire:"Pistol" Grulla Colt
SOLD: Congrats to Trish!
Many members of the Rhody Ranch family got together for a post-holiday Christmas Party. All the kids received presents from Santa and the adults enjoyed food, drinks and games. We also celebrated Peyton's 6th birthday with a cake and slideshow of his time at the ranch. A slideshow featuring the year in photographs can be found here
|Rhody Ranch participated in the annual Newville Halloween Parade. Our wonderful float was designed and built by Cathy and Colby. We were able to have 5 horses and riders in the parade as well including our stallion King (ridden by trainer Alicia) and our mini, Bonnie. We had a great time and can't wait until next year!|
|Jody Rhody gave a Career Day speech at Big Spring Schools for 5th grade students interested in her background and experience running a ranch. Thanks to the kids for being great listeners and for asking great questions. We look forward to doing Career Day again next year.|