Time & Location
Oct 18, 2019, 3:00 PM – Oct 20, 2019, 5:00 PM
Andora Farm, 17275 Germanna Hwy, Culpeper, VA 22701, USA
About The Event
Join Tom & Pat Seay and the Best of America by Horseback crew at Andora Farm! Experience driving cattle, learn about Virginia's history, and even get a close look at colonial life as an early America settler on Tom & Pat's personal working farm in the beautiful foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
- Check in anytime after 3 pm with a member of the Best of America by Horseback team
- Help Tom & Pat drive cattle to the barn for the weekly Team Penning Practice hosted on site in the farm's arena
- Tuck in to a warm, home cooked meal by our friendly staff
- Pull up a chair and watch teams wrangle cattle during Team Penning, or join in -- sign ups open at 6:00 pm!
- Start your day on the right foot with a hot breakfast up at the house
- Saddle up your horse to help drive and work cattle with Tom
- Enjoy a country picnic lunch under the old walnut trees at the house
- Check out craftspeople and artisans in the yard-- displays by blacksmithers, soap makers, candle makers, potters, quilters, trappers, spinners & weavers, and so much more!
- Pile up in the wagon to visit the Living History encampment where you can learn about Native Americans with the American Mountain Men Association
- Gather 'round the old walnut trees with Tom and Pat for a Southern style dinner prepared right at the farm, with keynote speaker Tom Seay and a special guest speaker (TBA)
- Share stories around the campfire with fellow visitors and the crew of Best of America by Horseback
- Visit with our colonial crafters and pick up some of their handcrafted goods
- Take a wagon ride deep into the property to see the Living History mountain men encampment and learn from a Native American historian
First 10 Participants get Half Off!
Just $25 deposit holds your space.
Balance can be split into monthly payments or paid in full one month before your desired weekend.
There are no refunds, but you may transfer your balance to be used on another ride within one calendar year.
Primitive camping available free of charge.
Limited stalls available.
Parking provided free of charge.
You can find us using a GPS, but be sure to stay on Rt 29 or Rt 3. You do not need to take back roads to get to the farm.