Can-Do-It Farm Horse Camp & Saddle Shop
Can-Do-It Farm summer camp began in 1975. Girls from all over the world have attended the camp over the years. We have loved our years with our riders and campers, and even loved working with their children as the years went on . I can't even tell all of you how much I loved knowing all of you. Camp was my dream, and I have fulfilled it thanks to all of you. My bunkhouse walls are filled with pictures of all of you and the many, many horses that have lived at Can-Do-It Farm over the years. It is time for Norm and I to slow down, and enjoy our golden years left to us.
I haave been finding the best homes for my beloved horses, and Thank you to everyone who called trying to buy them. I wanted them to go to loving homes, and not to ongoing school work, so I am sorry that all of you can't enjoy them. But be assured that they are getting the best care and love they deserve.
I am going to keep a few of them to continue private lessons on the Farm, and I do have one mare, (Daisy) that I will donate to a good home. She is aged, and loving, but not for a school horse please.
If anyone wants to contact me in the future, my address is the same, and my phone is my cell only. I love hearing from all of you. Candystokes2244@roadrunner.com
**Please note that we have lots of inventory left in the Tack Shop, and will discount everything 20% to all that would like to help us eliminate our inventory. I know it is hard with this "virus" situation, but you can call and make a shopping appintment if you like. It is too hard to have a huge sale with these conditions. If you wish to shop, please wear a protective mask, and call ahead to make an appointment (440-812-3488)
Special Note: **Norm would like to sell his beautiful red, 1986 Porsche 928 car. If you would like to make an offer on his car, call him at 440-812-0688 and tell him you would like to talk abaout his car. He can tell you all about it. It, like my horses, needs a loving home for someone who would like to travel at 160 mph
THANKS FOR ALL OF THE MEMORIES. Candy and Norm Stokes