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Clark Farms Quarter Horses

Our Story

Raising Equines Responsibly Since the 1970s


   Clark Farms is a sixth-generation family farm located in the mountains of Fulton County, Pennsylvania. Clark Farms started as a partnership between father and son, Jack M and Jack A. It started small with a few Quarter Horses; while the cow program had been in the family for several generations. Today, Clark Farms Quarter Horses is owned and operated by Jack and daughter, Laramie. With strong family values and a lot of hard work Clark Farms has grown to what it is today!

    We breed registered Foundation Bred American Quarter Horses, who are descendants of the "Old Cow Bred Foundation Sires", King, Old Sorrel, Leo, and Three Bars with the modern lines of Doc Bar, Docs Hickory, Dry Doc, Mr. San Peppy and Peppy San Badger. We don't breed horses that we wouldn't choose to hop on every day. All of our using horses are bred, born, raised and trained right here at our facility. The goal of our operation has always been to produce a sound, solid, good-minded athlete with the ability for everyone in the family to ride and enjoy.


Clark Farms Quarter Horses was the FIRST and is one of the ONLY Ranching Heritage Breeders on the East Coast! Check out Ranching Heritage Incentives here -

The Working Ranch

Want more of Clark Farms Quarter Horses? 
Check us out on The Working Ranch Radio Show, Episode 64


Western Horseman

Check out our article highlighting our program on page 26 of the March 2019 issue of prestigious magazine, Western Horseman!

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