Touch of Class Farm is owned and run by the
Schreiber Family. Carole Schreiber grew up in Northern Virginia riding and showing horses since she was 10 years old. She
showed on the Hunter/Jumper circuit until her youth years were over and then proceeded to teach younger riders to achieve
success in the show ring. After a 15 year hiatus to raise 4 children, Jeff and Carole decided to go back to horses and open
Touch of Class Farm. They began by boarding horses for clients and soon recognized the need for skilled instruction in
English riding within the barn. Reluctantly, Carole began slowly instructing some of the boarders and found her niche in teaching
what she knew about horses and riding. From there, the farm became involved with the American Quarter Horse Association. And
the riding and horses began to change. To this day, the farm turns out some of the top horses and riders on
the Quarter Horse Circuit and the riders travel all over the country showing at a very competitive level of horse shows.
Jeff has become knowledgeable in which horses will work best with the riders. His job is to
find the best horse he can within any families budget. He can single handedly be congratulated on finding just about every
successful horse the farm has in the barn today. To add to that, Jeff plans and reviews the show schedule of the farm,
planning out each show for the riders to attend during the year. His job is to get the riders to the shows that will
help them to reach the level of competition they wish to be successful in.
Chelsea is Jeff and Caroles' daughter and youngest in the family. Chelsea has been on the back of a horse
since she was 5 . She has had an extremely successful her youth career riding several of the farms' horses including
her own "Gifted Circle", Winner of year end awards in Working Hunter and Hunter Hack in 2006 in the AQHA.Two of
her other mounts were Poverty Blues and One Last Laugh. In 2011 she will end her youth years showing her beloved
Gifted Circle (Carson) . Hopefully, she will continue with her gift of riding and will stay with the farm long
past her youth years to help with broadening the families' goals.
- To provide the best
care possible for your horse.
- To help each client achieve the skills
and success they desire.
- To promote a healthy, happy and safe atmosphere
for both horses and humans alike.
|Jeff and Carole Schreiber
of Class Farm offers spacious 12x12 stalls , daily turn out, blanketing, use of our 250' x 80' indoor arena, outdoor arena
and round pen to all boarders. We will gladly include your horses supplements to his feeding regimen as needed.
We are located
in the heart of Liberty Township on 32 rolling acres. We strongly believe that turning horses out daily keeps them mentally
and physically sound. We offer individual as well as group turn out depending on your horses' specific needs.
Our farm offers both group and private lessons to all boarders and outside
riders alike. We are in the process of expanding our group of quiet, honest and reliable school horses in order
to fullfill the need of our expanding lesson program.
Most of the riders that board their horses at our farm are members of the AQHA and ride on our national team. We
travel throughout the country competing against some of the top riders and horses in the AQHA. I'm proud to say, our young
show team is quite accomplished with the wins they have achieved.
As well as the AQHA, we show at most of Ohio and Kentuckys' open horse shows. Our show team
is always quite successful at the All American Youth Show in Columbus. You can find us each year, with a new crop of
young riders perfecting our skills at the Ohio State fair grounds each Spring.