The Herd

We have a dynamic herd who are proven to be effective for equine-assisted therapy. Our horses are our family and we can’t wait for you to meet them.

Meet our Counselors


He stands at 15.2 hands and is our Alpha Arabian gelding.  He takes his job seriously to keep the herd organized and safe.  He is a very accomplished endurance racing champion and serves the program as a great at liberty horse or a fun ride for an experienced rider.

Louie Hamilton

The true boss of the land comes in the form of a miniature donkey.  He is our youngest but loudest member of the herd.  He also takes his job seriously to keep the herd safe from coyotes, dogs, and any other wildlife that may roam into the pasture.  Our volunteers and riders all love this small package of fun and he loves them just as much.  He to taking his job seriously pulls a cart built for two!


Our 14.2 hand chestnut Arabian mare packs a lot into her small frame.  She is an endurance racing champion but also our trustworthy therapeutic teammate as she teaches so many the free feeling of riding independently.


He is a bit of a class clown but loves his people friends.  He is a 15.1 hand quarter horse/ Arabian cross gelding and loves to focus his energy on being a smooth therapeutic ride and breathing coach between his long naps.


Our gentle giant at 15.3 hands.  He is a grey paint quarter horse cross gelding and he has been there and done it all from a Biltmore Estate Trail horse to a girls’ summer camp horse, he has filled his resume.  He now can add therapeutic riding to his list of talents.
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