About the Farm

Infinity Farm is a small equine facility on the Colorado prairie, just east of Pikes Peak. We are home to Anna Blake, Relaxed and Forward Training, as well as a multi-species herd of horses, llamas, goats, and our moral compass, Edgar Rice Burro.

I like to think of it as the Airstream trailer of horse facilities. We have all the parts, but they are squeezed together into a small space. Nothing fancy, just a love of horses.

Why such a grand name for such a humble barn?  It’s a reflection of the infinite journey we share with horses: Infinite learning, infinite possibility, infinite passion.

Infinity Farm is the place in our hearts where we all ride.



  1. Wish I had caught this thread earlier! I was just out in the Black Forest area to
    help with my aged parents and could have used a much needed diversion not to mention a dose of horse! I will remember to check in when I get back to Colorado. Catherine (in Chattanooga, TN)

  2. I thoroughly enjoyed your article on Cackling at the Canter. You really have a way of putting thing in perspective.
    Thank You

  3. Hi Anna, a voice from the past. Serena and Alan. A friend shared an article on her Facebook page and I almost fell off my chair when I saw it was your article. Many, many thanks – great article. We are now in New Jersey. Been here almost 7 years. Took up dressage about 5 years ago. I finally bought a horse of my own 2 1/2 years ago. You would like him. He has a charismatic personality. And yes, he is a great teacher. If we are out that way at some point, we will stop by. Best wishes, Serena

  4. Hi Anna – your writing is pure enjoyment! I was introduced to your blog through a mutual friend, Kim Walnes. I live here in Colorado (Estes Park) and would enjoy stopping by and saying hello sometime when I’m out and about – which happens frequently. My email is heartlinehorse@zoho.com. Drop me a line anytime; I’d enjoy meeting you in person.
    Thanks again!

  5. I just finished your amazing book. I laughed, I cried, my heart might have stopped a time or two. Now I am going to go back and read it again! Thank you for sharing your journey and your farm with me.

    • Thank you, Karen. I’m glad you liked it. I’d love a short review on Amazon, so I can suck up to Google search engines, but most of all, I’m glad you gave it a chance and glad that it didn’t disappoint. Thank you for letting me know.

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