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Cinderella carriage dream come true.
Cinderella carriage from the show on TLC My Big Fat American Gypsy Wedding filmed in Hagerstown Md.
A Dream Come True Romantic Horse Drawn Cinderella Carriage for your event.
WE are located in PA. But we will travel to and have been to New Jersey, New York, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia, Mass., Michigan, Conn., Ohio, Georgia AND SURROUNDING STATES. Our horses and carriages have been in movies, been on MTV, TLC Master of Reception, TLC My Big Fat Gypsy American Wedding, ABC for Extreme Home Makeover, local TV stations in Pa. Chanel 69 One Tank Trip, we have done ads for other businesses worked with celebrities such as Bam, Michael Keaton, Mark Walburg, Yung Joc, Akon, Dejesus, and others we have had many queens and princesses from towns and organizations such as the Preakness Princess and Miss Newark New Jersey just to mention a few. This is a one of its kind, a dream come true cinderella carriage designed and built here at Bee Tree Trail. We are proud of this horse drawn cinderella carriage it is a dream come true for allot of people, it has been used in weddings, proms, wedding engagements, dinner rides, birthday parties from 4 years old to country carriage rides for senior citizens and anniversaries, it has been used for charity events like at Camp Can Do a program by the American Cancer Society for children with cancer, relay for life, for a family that was scheduled to go to Disney world when the mother was diagnosed with a life threatening case of cancer we helped bring disney world to them in Maryland, helped with the Make-a-wish foundation also a blue ribbon winner at several draft horse commercial hitch classes. Contact us for your horse drawn Cinderella carriage ride fill out the QUOTE FORM ON LINE and we will send you a QUOTE WAY OF E_MAIL. Maybe we can help you make a dream come true.



The photographs on this page are of our horses getting their shoes put on by the Farrier

This is a photograph of a used shoe which came off Pat notice the plastic pad attached to the shoe by horse shoe nails to help protect the horse from the hard surfaces such as Blacktop Roads
The pictures on this page are of our horses getting their shoes put on by the Farrier
This is a photograph of a used shoe which came off Pat notice the plastic pad attached to the shoe by horse shoe nails to help protect the horse from the hard surfaces such as Blacktop Roads
This is a photograph of a used shoe which came off Pat notice the plastic pad which is placed attached between the shoe and the horse's hoof to help protect the horse from the shock of hard surfaces such as Blacktop Roads
The pictures on this page are of our horses getting their shoes put on by the Farrier

This is a photograph of some of the tools that a Farrier or Blacksmith would use to put shoes on a horse
The pictures on this page are of our horses getting their shoes put on by the Farrier


This is a photograph of a stand that the Farrier or Blacksmith uses to old the horses foot on
The pictures on this page are of our horses getting their shoes put on by the Farrier
This is a photograph of a Farrier or Blacksmith wearing chaps to protect his legs and in the chaps he keeps a sharp knife used for paring the inside of the foot preparing it for trimming
The pictures on this page are of our horses getting their shoes put on by the Farrier
This is a photograph of a new horse shoe being prepared to be fitted, first it needs to have Drill Tech put on the bottom of the shoe which helps the horse from slipping on hard surfaces, the show first needs to be heated
The pictures on this page are of our horses getting their shoes put on by the Farrier


This is a photograph, after the shoe heated you start to put on the Drill tech which is the rod located on the right
The pictures on this page are of our horses getting their shoes put on by the Farrier

This is a photograph, after the shoe heated you start to put on the Drill tech which is the rod located on the right. You can see how it starts to build up
The pictures on this page are of our horses getting their shoes put on by the Farrier

This is a photograph, after the shoe heated you start to put on the Drill tech which is the rod located on the right. You can see how it starts to build up

The pictures on this page are of our horses getting their shoes put on by the Farrier


This is a photograph, after the shoe heated you start to put on the Drill tech which is the rod located on the right. You can see how it starts to build up

The pictures on this page are of our horses getting their shoes put on by the Farrier

This is a photograph of a shoe completed with drill tech and ready for shaping to the horses foot
The pictures on this page are of our horses getting their shoes put on by the Farrier
This is a photograph of a foot paired out and trimmed, and now preparing to fit the shoe by squaring the toe where the toe clip on the shoe will fit to help prevent the shoe from falling off
The pictures on this page are of our horses getting their shoes put on by the Farrier
This is a photograph of a foot paired out and trimmed, and now preparing to fit the shoe by squaring the toe where the toe clip on the shoe will fit to help prevent the shoe from falling off
The pictures on this page are of our horses getting their shoes put on by the Farrier


This is a photograph of a shoe being fitted before nailing it on
The pictures on this page are of our horses getting their shoes put on by the Farrier
This is a photograph of clinching tool the Farrier or Blacksmith uses to bend over the nails to help them stay tight
The pictures on this page are of our horses getting their shoes put on by the Farrier

The pictures on this page are of our horses getting their shoes put on by the Farrier
This is a photograph of a Stock, this is for horses who have trouble holding their foot up for the Farrier or Blacksmith for long periods of time, they are placed in the stock for shoeing
The pictures on this page are of our horses getting their shoes put on by the Farrier
This is a photograph of a Stock being used, in the middle of the horse is chains covered in a rubber tubing if the horse need to rest he can lay on he chains, the chains behind him keep him in the stocks, the blocks below the horse that is padded is where his leg will be put to rest on while he has his shoes are put on. This is a safe way to shoe horses that have problems with keeping their foot up for the Farrier or Blacksmith
The pictures on this page are of our horses getting their shoes put on by the Farrier
This is a photograph of the horses foot in place while he gets his new shoes put on.

Well i am sure there is a few people who don't enjoy the photo's above and we don't like putting them in there either put it saves every one from getting hurt. Now the good news is i have been told about a head stall that will help get control of the animal is not harmfull and my farrier is very happy with the results and now we don't need to use the stocks on 99% percent of the horses it was tried on.

1. It is a bit-less training technique.
2. It has an oval shape that fits around the muzzle/nose of the horse.
3. It never restricts a horse's breathing.
4. The horse is comfortable, allowing you can keep his attention longer.
5. It gives your horse a sense of freedom and calmness.

Here ar a few photos below showing it at work. This is Rowdy and he earned his name in the stocks stomping his feet throwing his head and rocking back and forth. He looks much more relaxed with this head stall on, first time in 4 years he let us pick up his feet let alone put shoes on.

The pictures on this page are of our horses getting their shoes put on by the Farrier The pictures on this page are of our horses getting their shoes put on by the Farrier
The pictures on this page are of our horses getting their shoes put on by the Farrier The pictures on this page are of our horses getting their shoes put on by the Farrier
The pictures on this page are of our horses getting their shoes put on by the Farrier

The photo on the left is a real good photo of the head stall used to get him to relax, there is a halter on him but not necessary this is called a Noavel there are other head stalls out there similar but found this one to work quite well for us. Notice the lead line.

We found out about this Noavel at the horse world expo in Harrisburg Pa. where we met the Canadian Cowgirls Drill Team, while talking to them about a horse we had little control leading him in large open spaces they showed us the Noavel and explained how it works, to day we can lead the horse any where with no problems even a child can do it.

They told us a story about using it to shoe a horse and it worked so we gave it a try, it is amazing the progress we made with several horses.

Visit the website for more info at : http://www.noavel.net/index.shtml

The Noavel Headstall is worn as a halter and is more humane and comfortable than traditional headgear. It is an essential tool for gaining your horse's respect and attention. The Noavel Headstall reduces the time it takes to achieve your goals with your horse and provides for a competitive edge in any discipline.

Rick Wheat’s Noavel Headstall works off the bump and release principle. With the Noavel Headstall your horse is totally comfortable and when you need to correct him for any bad habit or bad behavior all you have to do is give him a quick light bump, and he will learn quickly that he doesn’t want to misbehave.
It's that easy. The Noavel Headstall allows you to gain the control you need to safely handle your horse.


 If you have photographs of Bee Tree Trail and would like to share them, please send them to us way of email or postal and we will post them.

We want to thank every one who has allowed us to post these photographs of there Special Day and having Bee Tree Trail as a part of it. The people in the photographs are from all over the country such as Pennsylvania, Maryland, New Jersey, Virginia, Delaware, Michigan, New York,Connecticut and many other places. They have enjoyed the service we have provided from Weddings, Proms, Anniversaries, Hayrides,and Sleigh rides.
We also have enjoyed the time we have spent with every one, these will be memories to last a life time. Susie, Arlene, Heidi, Mike, Pat, Doc, Rose and I wish you all happiness and good health in the days a head and may our paths cross the Bee Tree Trail again some day.
Thank you

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