Our team

 
 
 

Vrillaud Family

owners

Originally from Argentina the Vrillaud Family emigrated to the South Florida area more than 20 years ago. The family business and area of expertise is in the real estate market and the development of vacation rentals properties in the south Florida Area. The family is devoted to the conservation of the environment and love the outdoors.

The Vrillaud family previously purchased the 52 acres land next to the farm and later felt in love with Davinci Equestrian and decided to acquired the farm incorporating 82 acres of pure nature along the side of the Orange river to the horse enthusiasts. The years of experience of Davinci Farm and the incredible team motivated the family to get into the wonderful world of horses with the goal to offer more and improved services to the horses and respected owners.

 
 
 
 
 

Diane Corti

stable manager

Diane has an impressive background with horses and has been with DaVinci Farms since December 2007. She grew up on race tracks, where she did everything from breezing Thoroughbreds to treating injuries. Her vast experience also includes tenures with a veterinarian clinic and upscale hunter-jumper and dressage barns. Her love for horses and service-oriented dedication to the business are immediately obvious. She lives on the premises so that the horses have 24 hour care.


 
 
 
 

Leah Craven

horse care

Leah grew up around horses on a small farm in northern Ohio. Her grandfather use to take her to the stable he worked when she was a child and that is she really started to fall in love with these beautiful animals. Leah started riding at the age of 6. In high school she was in FFA and did many judging competitions, from Horticulture all the way to Equine. She went to Hocking College (Ohio) where she majored in Equine Health and Complementary Therapies and minored in Wilderness Horsemanship. She also took shoeing classes to gain more knowledge in horse care.

 
 
 
 
 

Christina Freeman

horse care

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Grant & Luke

horse care

Leah grew up around horses on a small farm in northern Ohio. Her grandfather use to take her to the stable he worked when she was a child and that is she really started to fall in love with these beautiful animals. Leah started riding at the age of 6. In high school she was in FFA and did many judging competitions, from Horticulture all the way to Equine. She went to Hocking College (Ohio) where she majored in Equine Health and Complementary Therapies and minored in Wilderness Horsemanship. She also took shoeing classes to gain more knowledge in horse care.