Fred Scott, Jr.
(434) 295-4188


Who are we? How can you contact us? How do you get here? Can you land your airplane here? Where can you spend the night? How can you plan an event here? Who can help fix carriages and harness? Driving Clubs? Truck or trailer repairs? Veterinarians? ... for deer, turkey and bear hunting as a member of the Bundoran Hunt Club? It's all here, plus links to other Equine/Bovine websites and some other interests, like the arts, culture and things to do, in a great community. FAQ's about driving, too

Bundoran Belgians
5440 Ballyshannon Lane
North Garden, VA 22959-1550

Office Phone 434-295-4188 ... or email us
Office Fax 434-977-2552

Yes, we'll help you PLAN AN EVENT, but we prefer to work with Event Planners, so if you already are in contact with one, please have then contact us, but if you need a suggestion as to who is doing this work around here, please contact any on the list we maintain: Event Planners

How to get to the big horse teams :
Bundoran Farm is in central Virginia in the United States, which is in North America, just south of Canada and north of old Mexico.

By Car from Charlottesville: From Interstate 64 (Exit 118A) follow US 29 South 9.0 miles; turn right on to State Route 692 (Plank Road) and go 2.0 miles; turn right onto State Route 696 (Edge Valley Road) for 1 mile to Bundoran Farm. Entrance on left.

By Car from the Shenandoah Valley, go east on Interstate 64 (Exit 99) follow US 250 East on top of Afton Mountain, then down the East side of the mountain on US 250 to State Route 692 (Plank Road). Turn right on State Route 692, go to Batesville, then 3.0 more miles. Left on to State Route 696 (Edge Valley), go 1.0 mile, then left up the Bundoran entrance.

Fred Scott's's house is one-quarter mile up the driveway, then turn ninety degrees to your right at the flagpole. It is a Federal building with double-deck front porch under very large oaks. The wagon barn is hidden behind the house. The farm shop and cattle sale barn are one-quarter mile up the driveway, then turn forty-five degrees to your right at the flagpole.

BY AIRLINE: to Charlottesville, VA (CHO) (20 miles) or the Staunton-Harrisonburg Airport (SHD) (35 miles). Richmond VA (RIC) is 120 miles as is Washington-Dulles (IAD)

with prior permission only - and ONLY with an executed waiver of liability - depending on pilot experience and aircraft type, we may allow limited access to the private airstrip here at Bundoran Farm. As you can see, we have very limited ground support equipment. ICAO Identifier is VA18 (Bundoran Airport) located North 37 degrees 58.02'; West 078 degrees 40.87'. It's 3000' long by 100' wide, smooth grass, inclined, and curved (see photo). CALL for PERMISSION, FIRST !!!! If you are arriving IFR, please also look at the POTOMAC TRACON Minimum Vectoring Altitudes Potomac will vector you in from any direction, but you'll get a lower MVA coming in from the east side.


Michaux Lowry of Charmed Designworks at 434-293-1165 built this website. We think she did a great job and hope that you do.

Shenandoah Valley Driving Club, pleasure driving in the valley: contact Neil Robichaux or call (540) 377-6719

James River Driving Club: drives carriages in Richmond and around central Virginia. Contact Dot Ruqus at 804-556-4486 or Cheryl Childress at 804-784-0001

Potomac River Driving Club, meets around northern Virginia: contact Marged Harris or call her at 540-338-4354

Carriage repairs, painting, wheelwork, and answers to anything:
......Everette Burkholder 540-879-9260

Carriage repairs, painting, wheelwork
.....Ted Hughes 434-277-5661

Earl Lloyd 434-978-4428 does carriage repairs, painting, upholstery. He's a harnessmaker, offers advice, counsel, etc.. He has helped a lot of us get started.

Shown here driving his surrey in Warrenton. VA Labor Day, 1999

Harnessmaker, tack shop:.....Lewis Martin 540-879-9302

Justin Carriage, Nashville, Michigan

"Hoof Prints" column on horse activities, and she'd like to get your news too, so email it to: .Anita Shelburne, Editor 434-978-7269

Photos: Don Long, great photographer, and good friend, his daughter Staci is one of our crew. Don took a lot of the horse and hitch photos on this site.

For just about anything equine related in Virginia, ask Sue Mullins formerly with the Virginia State Fair. She knows just about everyone in the Virginia equine world and
is a friend of Oreo, shown here, who may well be the best known dog in Virginia!

Draft and driving horse photos and draft/driving calendars: Mischka Farms Bookstore - Bob Mischka is a great photographer and helped us build the American Work Horse Museum

The Small Farmer's Journal is a good reference for agricultural information: as, how to raise chickens, sheep, and live and work with teams of horses on a small farming operation....with maybe the best Calendar of Events published anywhere on the web. See also the website: All About Horses.

Will Kerner Photography 434-296-3450 does beautiful bridal photography.

Marketing brochures and artwork: Sequoia Design, Keith Damiani. Great talent and also a really great horse trainer: If you have trouble getting your team to walk on water, he can make them do it!

Charlottesville Truck, light & heavy truck repair 434-977-3756

Transport Repair, Harrisonburg, heavy trailer repair 540-434-2557

Trailer Care, near Leesburg, John Lauterbach, light horse trailer repair 540-338-2123

, and Service Barns

Blue Ridge Equine Clinic 434-973-7947-- Drs. Paul Stephens, Don Dagner, Reynolds Cowles

Albemarle Stud 434-974-7266 -- Debbie Easter, breeding and foaling horses

Piedmont Veterinary 434-286-6345 - Dr. Chris Grover & Dr. Karen di Georgis, Bovine

Creekside Veterinary Svcs 540-463-4426 - Dr. Cheryl Branibar, Layups

Veterinary Dermatology of Richmond
804-740-9555 Dr. Nicola Williamson, Board Certified in Dermatology (and ... before she went to vet school, she ran our farm office!)

How can we help you? 
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