Find out what it really means to get a Bluebird Lane Fjord, and how we care for your success.
And, the reason the farm is called Bluebird Lane. Hint: it has to do with love and happiness!
Learn more about the Fjordhorse, as well as the Bluebird Lane philosophy, our 50 acre farm, and Lori and Stefan, founders of Bluebird Lane.
We are Lori Albrough and Stefan Vorkoetter, owners of Bluebird Lane Fjords. We have been living our dream for the past seventeen amazing years of building up our farm and helping make our clients’ dreams come true with our top-bred and top-trained Fjordhorses!
Lori says, “Ever since I was small I knew I wanted to have a horse breeding and training farm. I just didn’t know what kind of horses! From the time I first heard about Fjord horses in the late eighties, I was intrigued by them. The size, the temperament, the distinctive look and colouring, all appealed to me.”
Fjordhorses are always dun coloured. The majority are brown dun, with the remainder being either red dun, grey, white dun or, rarely, yellow dun.
All Fjordhorses retain the primitive markings, which include a dark dorsal stripe, and zebra striping on the legs and, occasionally, across the withers.
The mane is trimmed in a crescent shape to emphasize the graceful curve of the neck and the white outside hairs are often cut shorter so the black stripe is visible.