Chapel Hill Farm
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Angela Evans, founder of Chapel Hill Farm LLC started riding over 15 years ago when she got her first horse, Cricket. Cricket was a small Quarter Horse and together they competed across the southeast in eventing at the novice level. During junior high school she was able to compete to training level in eventing with her second horse, Savannah. Throughout high school she continued to compete in eventing as well as being involved with her local Pony Club, and achieved her C-1 rating. In 2005 She bought her first registered Dutch Warmblood mare,Win Some. 
Angela graduated from Mississippi State in 2008 with a Bachelor's degree in Animal and Dairy Science with an Equine Emphasis. Since graduating from college her main interest has switched to dressage, and breeding quality Dutch horses for the Olympic discplines. Later in 2008 Chapel Hill Farm LLC was founded. Chapel Hill Farm is a small farm located in Starkville, MS. The farm is located just ten minutes from the campus of Mississippi State University. It is set on 16 beautiful rolling acres overlooking a fifteen acre lake. The farm currently has five stalls, two five acre pastures, and two small paddocks one with a run-in shed. 
At Chapel Hill Farm our main focus is producing a few quality Dutch Warmblood foals a year. Our foals are raised outside as much as possible. We believe this not only helps to develop sound bodies, but also good working minds. Many hours go into selecting the perfect stallions for each of our mares. We strive to produce foals that meet the KWPN breed standards:
"The breeding goal is to produce a jumper/ dressage horse that can perform at Grand Prix level and also possesses a healthy constitution, functional conformation, correct movement mechanism, a correct base and, a preferably attractive exterior."
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The barn and the two small paddocks behind it.
Veiw of the lake during the "blizzard" 2009.
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