Crooked Willow Farms is the realization of the dream of Jami Jensen to develop a premier Sport Horse breeding facility. First established
in Evergreen, Colorado in 1991, the Farm moved to Larkspur, Colorado in 1998
in order to expand its operations and progress to achieving her dream.
The result is facilities in two locations:
Their love of the Sport Horse and German Warmbloods has provided:
- Larkspur, Colorado, the Training facility encompassing 90 acres.
- Sedalia, Colorado, the Breeding and Farming facilities encompassing 1340 acres.
- A full breeding facility
- An advanced laboratory
- The highest quality Hunter/Jumper training
- Uncompromised horse safety features
- Sponsorship and hosting of many annual horse events and clinics
The Farm currently has seven standing stallions, including Acord III, full brother to Acord I and Acord II.
Of significant note is the self-sufficiency of Crooked Willow Farms. All hay
is grown on the Farm under carefully controlled conditions, irrigated from center
Continual soil analysis is performed to ensure
the quality and nutrient content.
The Farm can host a significant number of horses and has large outdoor, indoor
and covered arenas.
Please visit our <Events
see the latest in what is happening at Crooked Willow Farms.
The people (and horses) visiting Crooked Willow are struck by the safety features
embodying the facilities. Barn design is characterized by:
Footing within the barns, outside, and in the arena ensures the safety of horses,
handlers, and trainers. A Liberty horse exerciser provides
both safety and innovation in maintaining muscle tone.
For those who are considering building or renovating their equine facilities,
Cameron would be happy to pass along his years of experience and design knowledge.
Safety doesnít stop at Crooked Willow Farmsí gates.
- Oversized stalls with brick fronts which give the barns a very European feel
- Dutch doors and windows in each stall that allow in plenty of natural light and air flow
- High level of detail including tongue and grove trim and rubber paver inset walkways
Transporting horses between events and horse shows has the increased safety of
in-trailer video coverage monitored from the driverís compartment.
closely with the design engineers at Featherlite to build the highly customized horse van. Loading and unloading
featured by safety ramps. The flexibility in the design of the stall compartments allows transport in 6 box stalls, to 10 double stalls, and even an amazing 16 single stalls when necessary.
is carried for horses during transport from the Farm to remote events. When you see Crooked Willow at some
of these events you will undoubtedly recognize our tenting.
Whether for an event or to see the stallions, or to find the horse of your dreams, please come and take the time to visit and understand our dream.