Established in 1991 in Evergreen Colorado, Jami Jensen operated a small breeding and training barn in which she
bred and trained about 15 horses per year.
Soon the reality of the venture outgrew the farm in Evergreen,
and a move was made to Larkspur Colorado.
As the demand for her horses grew, so did the operation.
Crooked Willow Farms has now expanded to include a 90 acre
training facility, a 1300+ acre breeding and hay production farm, which includes several hundred acres
of irrigated Brome and Orchard grass.
Crooked Willow's 60 stall training facility provides their trainers with a
wide variety of tools to complete the horses' education.
The facility encompasses indoor, large covered, and outdoor riding arenas,
a Liberty Exerciser (European designed), extensive trails and turnouts.
Crooked Willow horses start and progress their education on a graduated schedule
that tailors their development on individual needs and abilities.
Every horse can then reach their full potential.
The breeding farm at Crooked Willow is equally well appointed with state of the art
breeding facilities, 24 by 12 foaling stalls, 24 hour recorded video and audio surveillance,
and a fully equipped laboratory. No detail has been overlooked to ensure that
mares and foals receive the very best care and attention.
Crooked Willow's goal is to produce and average of 5 outstanding foals each year.
Extensive research into bloodlines, movement, conformation, character, and other
performance characteristics help insure that foals will have the opportunity
to develop to their full potential and compete at all levels.