Welcome to Joshua's Heritage Farm

Our motto..."good attitude and horsemanship will take you far."

Joshua's Heritage Farm is a family oriented and affordable hunt seat and western pleasure equestrian facility located just outside of Williamsburg in Toano, VA.  Justin and Joshua train and show American Paint and American Quarter Horses in a range of events from Halter, Showmanship, Hunter Under Saddle, Western Pleasure, Trail, Equitation, Horsemanship, Western Riding, and Hunter Hack. Some of their accomplishments include world champions, reserve world champions, and honor roll leaders (national leaders).  We invite you to take a look around the site, and please contact us with any questions you may have.

Justin and Joshua            


Joshua's Heritage Farm is now under the operation and care of Watkins Show Horses (please follow link to visit with us).  Watkins Show Horses has been breeding and training American Paint Horses for the past 15 years with great success!  We invite you to visit Watkins Show Horses by clicking the link above.  We are so excited to have them here, and look forward to a bright future!  While Joshua's Heritage Farm, in the past, has run lesson programs and offered boarding, this new venture is taking us in a different direction.  The farm will be accepting a limited number of boarders, four, and a few lesson clients.  We encourage you to take a look around the site to see what's new, and place come visit us at the farm!  Visits to the farm are by appointment only. 

Currently Accepting Lesson Students and Training

We are now accepting new students, and training horses for the AQHA and APHA circuits.  To learn more about our lesson program for students please click on lessons located on the side menu bar.   Watkins Show Horses is currently looking to expand the training program, and now accepting horses for training. 

Health Management Clinics 

We are looking forward to clinics this coming spring and summer!  While we will be offering three clinics over the warmer months, we have also initiated a program to educate our students.  On days where weather does not permit riding, our students will learn about how to maintain a horse.  Ranging in topics from nutrition, hoof care, turnout, grooming, and more.