Timberline Ranch, LLC
Timberline Ranch, LLC is a beautiful wooded property in Smithfield, Virginia. It is privately owned by Dan and Pam Yohn and serves as the home for Windhorse Path Natural Horsemanship. Open by appointment only, this facility features multiple pastures, small corrals, and round pens as well as a heated and air conditioned tack area, classroom and restroom. In addition, there are miles of wooded trails and practice jumps.
Dan and Pam Yohn both retired from the Newport News Fire Department, so safety is a priority at Timberline Ranch, LLC. They keep their own horses, Zeus, Buzz, Durgan, Hope, and Pete the Goat.
Dan Yohn is passionate about ranch life and is always looking for better and more efficient ways to care for horses and cultivate the land. He is a moving target, seldom sitting still, and can most often be found on his tractor or working on some new project. His latest invention, affectionately known as the Bale Jail 3000, is an effort to reduce hay loss to record lows while offering horses a healthier way to consume hay without inhaling mold spores.
Pam Yohn is an artist and craftswoman working in textile arts as well as painting. Her painted portraits of local horses capture the spirit and energy of the horses and her quilts and fabric work are beautiful. In addition, Pam hand weaves cinches under the business name Si'Maran Cinches.
Dan and Pam Yohn have created a safe and healthy place to train and ride horses, but they have also created a warm and inviting environment for both horses and the people who love them.