Ready to celebrate the Holiday Season?



Picture of Santa in carriage



There is nothing like the jingling of sleigh bells and the clip-clop of horses hooves
to get you in the holiday mood!!


Santa and two coachmen arrive at Annapolis Harbour Center.
Two of Harmon's Coachmen,
Karen Adams and David Hauck assist Santa
at Annapolis Harbour center.

Kay & Kita driven by Sue Harmon doing Carroling Hayrides
at the Virginia Run Winterfest
in Centreville, VA

Christmas tree at Village of Leesburg

Have Santa arrive for your holiday party or "Start off the Season" opening in a horse drawn Vis-a-Vis Carriage! The horses and carriage are decorated with bows in holiday colors and sleigh bells announce the carriage's arrival. To add to the air of elegance, the drivers are in formal attire, Scarlet frock coats or Carriage coats with boots, breeches and top hats. If it is an evening event, the carriage is outlined in twinkling lights. The carriage seats six, and there are carriage robes to keep you cozy and warm.

OR -- To share the Joy with your friends and neighbors -- have a horse drawn Carolling Hayride through your neighborhood. The carolling rides make a special addition to the Community Christmas Party. The teams wear sleigh bells and bows of the season and there are holiday lights on the wagon. The wagons carry an average of 25 to 30 riders.

Both the carriage and haywagon have been used to have Santa and Mrs. Claus arrive at halftime at The Redskin's Half time ceremonies. Over the years they have participated in many holiday parades, Christmas Carriage rides, and neighborhood parties, as well as other special events. The carriages and hayrides have also been used by Business Association's in their holiday promotions. The horses are well used to crowds and no matter how big your event they will fit right in and add to the enjoyment.

CALL the farm for off-farm carriage and hayride prices: 540-825-6707.

ON-FARM hayrides continue all through the holiday season at the regular prices. If you would like a carolling hayride here at the farm just give us a call.

Remember Harmon's Hayrides & Carriages are open ALL YEAR LONG so if you would like to have a carriage or team and wagon at any event ANY time of the year or if you would like a relaxing time in the country just give us a call!


McKenna, Lisa, and Kaile Vierstra with Sally, the Haflinger mare, ready for the 2016 Christmas Parade.




Bob and Ben with the Show Wagon for the 2016
Word of Hope Church Christmas Celebration
in Silver Spring, Maryland,



John Moore with Tom and Digger
celebrating Christmas at the
Boar’s Head Inn in Charlottesville
for their Brunch with Santa.

Wanted to drop a line and let you folks know how much absolute fun we all had at the Breakfast with Santa last Saturday. Your Horse and Carriage were a perfect hit with our Potomac Station family members and we really appreciate it!

Here’s a pretty cool picture for your memories album!

Have a very Merry Christmas!

Elizabeth A. Deapen
General Manager,
Potomac Station Community Association

Photo credit: Kelly Jones
Santa and Mrs. Claus lite the Christmas Tree
at Reston Town Center.
Their Coachman is John Moore
driving Brooks & Karry.

Sue Harmon
dressed in formal coaching attire
waits amidst the decorations at
The Boar's Head Inn in Charlottesville
for her turn to drive the carriage for
The Boars' Head's Christmas Brunch
with Santa's Carriage rides.
Santa's arrival by Vis-a-Vis Carriage at
The Boulevard at the Capital Center in Largo, MD.

Characters provided by Paradise Events

Brooks does not think this looks like Stonewall,
his Dalmatian, at the farm.

Karry, too, can't figure out why this Dal does
not smell like his Stoney.

Howard Hall driving Brooks and Stratton for Lake Accotink Park's "Hayrides with Santa."

Photos by Lake Accotink Park's staff.

Karry and Brooks meeting Molly, The Christmas Pony, while doing Christmas wagon rides with the
Big Red Show Wagon at The Fitzgerald's in Rixeyville, VA.
Christmas in Middleburg Parade

Karry plays with Brooks in the snow while waiting for
the Christmas in Middleburg Parade to start

Photo credit courtesy of Barb on the Middleburgonline FaceBook.

Brooks and Karry driven by Jim Burkhardt and Dave Yauch
carry The Middleburg Town Council in the snowy Christmas in Middleburg Parade.

Brooks and Karry
driven by Jim Burkhardt and Dave Yauch
carry The Middleburg Town Council in the snowy Christmas in Middleburg Parade.

The drive thru window at The Middleburg Bank
had a different use while the team was waiting for
the hayrides to start after the parade...
no deposit just shelter.


Santa and Rudolph in Harmon's Carriages red Cutter sleigh
at Susan Platt's party in Great Falls, Virginia

Harmon's Belgians
celebrated Christmas
with the White House!
Click here for details

Picture of carolers in carriage

For more information, please call:

Meadow Acres Farm
14488 Weeping Willow Lane
Brandy Station, Virginia 22714-2344
Phone: 540-825-6707
Fax: 540-825-5127

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