What started out with just two horses, it quickly became a passion. Husband and wife team, Jet and Antoinette, fell in love with horses more than twelve years ago. Antoinette had always loved riding, but only began taking it seriously when the couple moved to Negros Island in 2006.
Fast forward to today, Happy Horse Farms Equestrian Centre is a haven for all animals. With many of their horses being adopted, they also have other rescued animals from dogs, birds, and even a local water buffalo whom they affectionately named Bilbo. Don’t forget the two resident goats, Steve and Bugoy, as well as the other lovable animals on the farm.
Their mission is to spread the equestrian sport in Negros. Keeping their prices one of the lowest in the country, they want as many people as possible to enjoy time with their animals, and foster a love for their feathery, furry babies and the outdoors.