Dun Dreamin’Farm began as a simple dream on this local farm owned by my pal and Harley Motorcycle Dealer, Jim Moroney. My passion is interacting, caring, riding, driving and farming with horses. After several years, I am now “Dun Dreamin’- I own the farm. It’s my desire to share my love of horses with the public. Due to my success, I am now a member of CONA (Carriage Operators of North America) and my animal lover cousin, MaryBeth works along side me. We are a family owned and operated company. We pride ourselves on providing authentic carriage rides that you, your family and friends will remember for years to come. A Dun Dreamin’ carriage ride offers a blend of knowledge, with, humor and history.
“Clip-Clop along to a seamless fusion of 19th Century conveyance in a 21st Century world.”
Mary Beth has always loved horses, and even had two ponies as a young child. When she was 12, she joined her local 4H Horsemanship program, and took great joy in caring for the program’s horses. She has worked in a design capacity throughout her life, with experience in costume and interior design, as well as visual marketing. In addition to her design work, she worked as a wedding caterer/hospitality liaison. She has a unique ability to keep brides happy, which we all know is no easy task. She also drew on her design experience, using it to create beautiful floral arrangements. This evolved into event planning, which she excelled in. Her attention to detail is unmatched, and her skillset is unique. When Sean began Dun’ Dreamin’ Farm, it was only natural to include Mary Beth. She invites you to see for yourself the special experiences they create.
Loyal friend and business partner.
“Dun” with working in NYC and his commission in the USAF, Sean is living his dream working and caring for his horses. His love for horses and the cowboy way of life, began at a young age, odd for a Brooklyn, NY born boy. Perhaps not so odd due to the fact his paternal grandfather rode “Milburn” for the NYPD mounted unit. Moving to rural Orange County in ‘73 offered Sean a chance to connect with horses and he did! He once slept in the hayloft over his favorite horse at the time named “Little Joe” at the Yurechko Tree Farm. Realizing that life is not a dress rehearsal, Sean now works and cares for his horses on a full-time basis, with help from his cousin MaryBeth.