Welcome to Tamarack Park! We're named after an eastern species of the North American Larch tree, which usually doesn't grow this far south (you'll find us near Black Mountain, North Carolina). Thing is, just near the house, there's an old tamarack that's been thriving for what looks like a good few decades at least. We named this place after it, hoping that its lonesome survival will motivate us even through the toughest times. You see, Tamarack Park isn't a big, fancy show stable. We're lucky to have what we've got, which is about fifty acres of mountainside land. Most of it is forested and slanting, which is great for riding but not so great for building or pasturing. We've got one modest home and a comfortable stable, a couple of paddocks and one huge pasture, an arena, a round pen, and more mountain trails than we know what to do with. We specialize in Georgian Grandes, and we're best with eventers --- gotta use that land somehow! If a horse has good bone, strong uphill conformation, and a sharp mind, we like 'em.