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LexLin Gypsy Gift Program Positively Impacting Lives of Veterans and those Suffering from PTSD through Horse Donations to Equine Therapy Centers Across the U.S.

Over the last four years, LexLin Gypsy Ranch’s Gypsy Gift program has been on a mission to positively impact millions of veterans and military personnel as well as special need adults and children through Gypsy Vanner horses donations to... Read More »

Villa Collina – Largest House in Tennessee Will Benefit the LexLin Gypsy Gift Program and the Community

LexLin Gypsy Ranch owner, and former Marine Corps officer & successful entrepreneur Dr. Eric Barton is looking towards the future with the recent acquisition of Tennessee’s largest home, Villa Collina, a 36,720-square-foot mansion.  Barton has a heart for the... Read More »

Growing the Gypsy Vanner Breed

Our recent radio interview with Julie Harker from Brownfield Ag News for America about the Gypsy Horse breed. The interview includes our introduction to the breed and beginnings in the breed as well as our programs to help spread... Read More »

Old No.7 Goes to His New Home

It was a hot, sunny Saturday when we arrived at in Humboldt, TN on July 23, 2011 but that didn’t keep all of friends, family and community away! We were greeted with a fantastic reception as we drove with... Read More »

LexLin Gypsy Vanners support American Veterans

Knoxville’s November 11th Veteran’s Day Parade was an energy charged event for LexLin Gypsy Ranch. We were able to show our support of American veterans and troops around the world with our family and friends through the parade with... Read More »

1st Gypsy Horse Auction Winners!

Our first Gypsy Horse Auction was a fantastic experience and a great success for all involved! Duncan sold at the buy it now price of $9,000 after some very competitive bidding while Stoney sold for $4,100. Most importantly our... Read More »