About Us

Waelti Farm is located at the highest point in Green County near Liberty Pole Hill Park 3 miles west of Brooklyn on State Road 92.

Dale is the farm manager; running the naturally grown crops and garden market, keeping the farm running smoothly, and taking care of the chickens.

Marcy is the horse specialist. She has been training horses and riders for 52 years. Our special needs horsemanship classes started in 2013. She is experienced in teaching the art of horsemanship. We use Natural Horsemanship to build a bond of trust and teamwork between horse and rider.

Our lesson and training goals are safety first, foundation and then specialization. We have a variety of wonderful horses, many of who have been helping people learn for many years.

Meet the Horses


A greatly talented guy who can teach anybody how to ride a canter.



This giant of a horse (Percheron/Quarter Horse) was surrendered by his owners and rescued by Spirit Horse Equine Rescue in Janesville, WI. We adopted him in 2018. He has the biggest, gentlest heart we have seen.


Fiona: Our newest member. She’s a 4yr old Haflinger/Welsh. She’s just starting her training.

Billy Bob:

He’s the biggest kid on the block.  Kind and patient but full of pep when asked to step it up. Billy is a full Haflinger.


His real name is Naughty John but we don’t tell him that!  He’s Haflinger/Quarter Horse cross. He’s an easy going kind of guy and is very smooth to ride.


is our ex stallion.  He does great teaching people how to play with horses on the ground and soon as a lesson horse


A little mare who has taught many children how to post to the trot.

 20170923_181755Gandalf the Grey:

This sweet guy is starting to do lessons in 2020. He’s for our more advanced riders.

His friend Madison came to us with a neurological disease and can’t be ridden. she does love to be groomed and get a belly rub!