- Since 1927 -
Little Hawk Farm
Little Hawk Equine
Veterinary Medicine / Boarding / Breeding
Foaling / Weaning / Training
Little Hawk Farm is a historic equestrian center that offers Boarding, Breeding, Foaling, Weaning, Training and Veterinarian Services. The farm dates back to the Civil War, where it was at one time a part of a mule depot. Horses came to Little Hawk Farm back in the late 50’s when Richard Reynolds established his racing farm here and the land became known as Little Hawk Farm, and the name has carried on every since. The farm houses four barns (Boarding Barn, Clinic/Foaling Barn, Stallion Barn and an Isolation/Overflow barn) totaling 50 stalls, and the farm has 15 pastures to meet the various needs of the horses.
Little Hawk Farm, LLC is owned by D. Scott Frankel.
The veterinary practice (Little Hawk Equine) is owned by Katie L. Huffman, DVM.
Both Scott and Katie manage the operations of both businesses seamlessly. They are not only business partners but best friends as well. Scott & Katie share a deep passion for the equine world and all that it encompasses.
Directions to Little Hawk Farm: From Interstate 64 take the Oilville exit. South one-half (1/2) mile to Route 250. East one-fourth (1/4)mile to Route 670 (at Randolph gas). South on Route 670 for 2.7 miles. Farm on left. From Route 6 at Crozier go north 2 miles on Route 670. Farm will be on the right.