Olde Towne Carriages
of Fredericksburg, VA
Our Team of Tour Guides & Coachmen
We love providing the best experience for you!
Christine has owned Olde Towne carriages going on 9 years. She has been involved with horses for 48 years. Her love started at 9 years of age and she shown, trained horses and taught students until she headed off to college to earn her Bachelor's of Science degree in Equestrian studies, the rest is history!
Reagan is enjoying her part time job as a tour guide while she is in school studying computer science. When she's not at school or working for us, she is reading or riding horses at White Buffalo Farm. Reagan is becoming quite an equestrian, she has been riding for almost 3 years.
Eric is one of our newer coachmen, but grew up riding horses in both the hunter and eventing rings. His ever-present smile and social nature make him a lot of fun as a tour guide. He loves to do all types of rides, especially family rides and weddings! And the proud Dad that his is loves when his son our helper comes along for the ride.
Stacey is the cofounder of Nature’s Echo, Inc, a non-profit organization that teaches environmental conservation using birds of prey. After graduating from Auburn University with a BS in Wildlife Biology, she has worked for several environmental education groups to provide unique nature programming including flying a golden eagle at the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City, Utah. In 2010, Stacey and two colleagues founded Nature’s Echo in order to provide affordable and accessible environmental education opportunities to underserved communities. She is a Certified Interpretive Guide with the National Association for Interpretation.
In addition to her work as a Naturalist, Stacey has been riding, teaching and training horses since childhood. While her background is mainly dressage, Stacey is always seeking new and meaningful ways to connect with horses and people. In December 2019, she joined Olde Towne Carriage Tours as a Jr. Guide and loves learning the art of driving and sharing the incredible history of Fredericksburg with our guests!
Master Tour Guide
Jonathan is the most knowledgeable tour guide on our team. In the past he was a Civil War Reenactor and participated in many events. He is always studying and reading something from colonial history or the civil war years.
His wit and humor will keep you entertained!
Our Special Helpers
We have two young men, who are wonderful helpers. They do everything from cleaning the carriages, holding horses, and riding along with our drivers. Bryan and Connor do an excellent job helping and learning about our industry.
Faith is a Morgan/Percheron cross. She is our bravest horse but also the most stubborn. Her bravery makes her a great carriage horse as she is really solid on the streets. Faith loves peppermint treats!
Fred (Fred Astaire)
Fred is our new horse and he is working out well, he is the youngest but very sweet and hard working. We hope he will come out of his shell and be as sweet as our beloved, "Tony" was!
Patricia is the cadillac of all the horses, she is beautiful and talented. I can parallel park her faster than you can parallel park your car. She is our go to wedding horse. She has a special place in our heart.
Raven is a Percheron and fairly new to the carriage business. She was an Amish plow horse and her life was not to happy. She is fitting in and she is getting used to all the attention and love. She as finally learned to except treats!
Tony - RIP
Sept. 23rd, 2020
We lost our heart horse Tony in September, he and Patricia were brother and sister. He was one of the best horses I have ever owned and he loved his job and people. He was grade gelding half Gypsy Vanner and half Percheron. Tony was a big white puppy dog! He was sweet as could be unless you walk by the carriage stand with pizza. He loved pizza! He melted your heart and he was a good soul gone to soon! I am sure he earned his unicorn horn and is one of the creators favorite souls!