Stone Farm: For half of a century.
If you take care of the land,
the land will take care of you.
We’re trying to raise you a good horse.
We sell only what we raise.
Everette Charles, known to his co-workers as “Powell County” after the county in which he was raised, has worked at Stone Farm since 1980. Since then he has worked with horses at all stages of life: foals, weanlings, two-year-olds, mares and stallions. But his concern and care for the “babies and mamas” is what he finds most rewarding. His loyalty, passion, humility and undeniable horsemanship are just a few reasons why Powell deserves to be considered for this award. On the horses in his care, Powell said, “Take care of them like you would your own family becuase they are part of your family.”