Color: Flea-bitten grey
Birthdate: May 8th, 1993
He came to us from a closed down riding stable with excellent knowledge of being ridden both English and Western. Aspen is extremely friendly and loves apples and his forehead being scratched! As our oldest horse, we think Aspen is one of our best senior residents!
Birthdate: July 21st, 2005
Belle and Domino were donated to us as herd-mates from the same place. Belle is a sweetheart that absolutely loves attention. She is the lead mare of her herd. Her favorite treat is a carrot and she seems to like being pampered by having her mane and tail braided.
Breed: Spotted Saddle Horse
Color: Black Paint
Birthdate: March 24th, 1997
Belle and Domino were donated to us as herd-mates from the same place. Domino is a very sensitive horse who loves being loved on! He has a special gait called a saddle rack. His favorite treat is a peppermint, but be careful, he just might try to eat anything he sticks in his mouth!
Breed: Quarter Horse
Journey came to us as a former reining horse from Wyoming. He is extremely friendly and curious in nature. He’ll eat almost anything and can be very talkative when food is the subject.
Breed: Hackney/Shetland Pony
Birthdate: March 1st, 1994
Sammy was donated to us in the Spring of 2018. He absolutely loves kids and has been living most of his life as a lesson pony. He was diagnosed with cancer (Equine Lymphoma) a year ago so we will be taking care of him as long as we can! He loves any treat and is a pretty fearless pony!
Wynder (pronounced: wind-er)
Breed: Morgan/Friesian mix
Birthdate: April 30th, 1999
Wynder was the very first horse to come to the farm.
Even though he has a bouncy trot and sometimes has a cough, he is a gentleman beloved by many!
His favorite treat is an apple, and he likes to follow people around in the round pen.
Wynder – A Tale of Restored Joy
By Beckie Thompson and illustrated by Rachel Tress.
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Breed: American Quarter Horse
Birthdate: August 30th, 1994
Banjo is our first retired horse from the program and lives with one of our staff members, Gemesen Baer.