Utopia Percherons is located on 30 acres in Goshen, Connecticut. Our hefty goal is to always have for sale a few quality, young, black, percheron geldings ready to go into the show ring. Currently we competitively show a six horse hitch of black geldings. We also campaign several halter horses throughout the show season along with raising 2-4 foals each year.
On occasion we will take in outside horses, ponies, draft horses to be trained to drive. We take great pride in raising or buying our horses with the purpose of training them and gettting them to the show ring.
Our crew consists of close friends and family. We absolutely could not compete without them. We enjoy most sharing our knowledge of draft horses with youths interested in learning how to perform in the showmanship and driving arenas. There is no better reward than watching those you have taught go on to succeed in the show ring.
Read more about Utopia Percherons in the
article published in the
Percheron News Spring 2009.
Brian Lynch is a professional farrier. He shoes both light and draft horses. If you are located in the Northeast and require farrier services please contact Brian.
Stacie Lynch started an equine photography business in 2007. She has decided to pursue this full time and leave behind the corporate world. You can see Stacie's photography by visiting www.stacielynch.com. Stacie also manages the web site for the Northwest CT Draft Horse Association and as of May of 2010 has taken on the Show Administrator's position for the North American Six-Horse HItch Classic Series.
Brian and Stacie have one daughter, Kaleigh and a son, Kaiden. Kaleigh enjoys life with horses. Kaleigh has already attended two World Percheron Congresses in her 4 years of life and Kaiden his first at just 4 months old. The family is always busy caring for their horses.
The door is always open. If you are in the area please feel free to stop in and say hello.
We are proud to be sponsors of the 2014 World Percheron Congress