As a young girl growing up in England, Margaret Hill dreamt of riding horses.
She worked at local stables, mucking stalls to earn a lesson or two. As she grew older, Margaret volunteered at a stable for rescue horses. One horse, in particular, drew her attention as he was elderly and nearly blind in his one remaining eye, the other lost in a cruel experience. While working with these horses, Margaret knew one day she wanted to care for rescue horses if & when circumstances would allow.
In 2008, Margaret's late husband Albert, who always knew her passion for horses, bought the 14-acre property that is now Four Way Farm. Immediately Margaret fulfilled her dream by accepting horses in need of tenderness and care.