About Us Ted and Wanda meet on Dec 19, 1980.During a 2 yr courtship we learned we both loved bluegrass music, the mountains, cows and horses. We both had horses most of our lives. In 1988 Ted purchased Ahshah, our first Arabian stallion. He became my heart horse. For many years we’d averaged 6-10 foals a year. We pride ourselves that all would lead, pick up their feet, load in a trailer, clip prior to leaving our farm. In 1993 we started crossing the Arabs with paints. We opened our farm up for boarding. We soon out grew our farm so began the search for a larger place. In 2002 we leased farm in Smyrna. We were able to purchase it in 2004. Ted retired in 2008 to go into full time farming. In 2010 we started taking in rescues. Over the course of the last few years we have helped over 100 horses. While the pay isn’t that great the rewards of seeing them return to good health and mind have been awesome!! Ted has been able to live his dream of raising a few cattle. Our family gets to experience God’s Grace and Faith daily. Meet our Team Welcome to the “Wood Shed” Thank You for taking the time to visit our farm online. Lakewood Farm is located in upstate South Carolina. We raise Arabians and Arab Cross. We also help horses in need. Breeding Arabsfor close to 30 years. We bred for confirmation, companionship and temperament. Many of our horses have already proven themselves in show, endurance and in the working world. Travelers PrayerMay the road rise up to meet you.May the wind be always at your back.May the sun shine warm upon your face, the rains fall soft upon your fields,and until we meet again, may God hold you in the hollow of His hand. BoardingLakewood Farm has 2 farms that can fit any equine need. Filbert farm is close to town.Smyrna farm is great for the trail lover with 10 miles of trails. Sunrises & Sunsets at the FarmAs the sunsets on Lakewood Farm , we’d like to thank you for taking time to check out our family of horses. We truly believe they are a gift from God!Hope our trails meet some day at another sun raise. Inspirational Keep your words soft and sweet– You never know when you may have to eat them! So easy to comprehend, so very difficult to live!