Are you looking to Board your Retired Horse?

Welcome to Carousel Farm in Trilby, Florida.  Our phone number is (352) 583-0797, give us a call.

In the Northeast corner of Pasco County you will find Carousel Farm quietly nestled in the rolling hills of Trilby, Florida.  You leave all your cares behind as you come down the hill and approach the long white barn with the welcoming green shutters and window boxes.  Horses contently graze on the hillside as you pass by.

Giving up the cold winters of New Jersey, Bob and Diane moved their farm to this location in 1998, never once looking back.

Thirty-three acres of beautiful Argentine Bahia pastureland beckons any horse to just settle in and stay a while.

Specializing in the care of the senior horse has always been our main priority.  Watching them live out their remaining years is our pleasure.

Learn more by reading “About Us”

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  1. janet worff

    Wow! Diane and Bobby I’m impressed and wish you the best of luck Love Janet

  2. Michele

    My friends Diane P. Beuthe and her husband Bobby relocated their horse farm to Florida from New Jersey. We fox hunted and rode together for many years, we even fox hunted together in Florida before they decided to make a permanent move to Florida. I spent countless hours riding alongside both of them in the field. Diane is an excellent instructor and rider and takes top notch care of horses. Best of Luck Diane and Bobby! Michele

  3. Lavinia Criswell

    Diane and Bobby Beuthe introduced me to fox hunting over 12 years ago and Diane found me my first hunt horse, Savannah. With her patient and sensible demeanor and no-fear attitude, Savannah received South Creek Foxhound’s Hunt Horse of the Year Award in 2009. Now retired at 26 years old, Savannah has lived at Carousel Farm ever since. There is nothing Savannah loves more than grazing on her beautiful grassy hill with her friends. Diane provides the utmost care and love to all the horses and I never, ever have need to worry. Wonderful people and gorgeous farm, Savannah is one lucky horse!

    1. admin Post author

      Thank you. We love her like our own. She’s just part of the family. If we ever sell the hill, I’m afraid she’s a part of the deal, because it’s her hill and she’s not leaving.


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