About Kings Victory Farms
Alice Andrews shared a love of horses with her father on their small farm from a young age. Her father and grandfather farmed as well as raising livestock; cattle, goats, chickens, pigs, and of course horses. She obtained her first horse at age 14 yrs and has been involved with them ever since. In the Spring of 2008 Alice formally opened King's Victory Farms to share her passion of the Equestrian Lifestyle with her own children, grandchildren, and the children, friends of her boarders, including Special Needs Children and underprivileged children that cannot afford to pay for riding a horse...those children are allowed to ride for no fee...or if possible for the parents to donate a bag of treats/grain/pellets for the horses.....we also take in rescue horses that come from individuals that can no longer afford to take care of them...we will either pay a fee to the owner or they will donate the horse to the farm...All rescued horses have to be gentle, good riding horses before we take them in... Come visit the farm if you are in need of boarding for your horse...as were affordable family horseback riding fun..
Country Home on 1.3 acre farm.....
Large grassy backyard with shade pine trees, just a relaxing atmosphere...Restroom facilities available
Or relax on the front porch in the morning with a cup of coffee.....
Enjoy a beautiful sunset over the White Tank Mountains....from the backyard or during a trail ride....
Alice went to Vet Assistant School and received her Vet Assistant Certificate at Pima Medical Institute in Mesa, Arizona. She worked as a Vet Assistant at various clinics for small animals as well as for large.
She received her Horseback Riding Training from Jodi Scott at North Papago Stables in North Scottsdale, Stacey Tucker at SR Tucker Quarter Horses, LLC. in Cave Creek, Arizona, Michelle Johnson at Tailor Made Training in Queen Creek, Arizona and Joni Fitts, School of Horsemanship in Scottsdale, Arizona.
"Boarders riding their horses at the foot of the White Tank Mountains"
"Boarders riding in huge Arena; 130 X 130 sq ft of riding room"
We are located off of the Loop 303 and Waddell road in Surprise, Arizona. Nestled in foothills of the White Tank Mountains and the city, Kings Victory Farms is both serene, quiet, and not too far away from Phx Metro area.
"Boarders riding their horses in the small desert area south of Waddell Haciendas Farm Community where Kings Victory Farms is located"
"Fruit Trees as well as Shade Trees surround the front yard of the Country Home"
"Call for more information and to visit the Farm"
Winter Hours 9am-6pm
Alice Andrews Operator King's Victory Farms
14404 N. 182nd Avenue
Surprise, Arizona, 85388.