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We are almost ready to introduce our newest horse.  Please check back soon for an update.

River

River is a 20yo chestnut pony mare.  She was a lesson horse for many years and recently had some lameness after jumping and was no longer able to do her job there.  Her owner wanted to keep her busy and she is sound at the walk and trot, so thought our program would be a good fit for her as we can keep her active but not too much on those joints.  River is a sweet, kind, tolerant horse and is still finding her place at the farm.  You know these girls are picky about who they are friends with, and River wants to be everyone’s friend.  She definitely has quickly become a favorite of our team with her bomb proof personality and sweet demeanor.  We hope to have her around for a long time!

Del Sol

Del Sol (also known as Sonny) born in 1995, is a registered leopard Appaloosa gelding who has been with Helping Horse since early 2014. Nothing bothers or spooks Del – he’s our most laid back guy. Our students love riding him because of his looks and some have practiced counting with his spots. Del’s favorite thing at Helping Horse is food ! He can be found grazing in the
pasture together with Tucker.

Hope

Hope, born in 1998, is a Quarter Horse mare who came to us from a local rescue in early 2014. Hope is a retired hunter/jumper who suffered a hock injury that ended her show career. Hope has excellent manners and is our “princess.” She prefers to be pampered and groomed. Hope has recently retired from our program, but still makes her home in the pasture with Esmeralda watching everything that goes on at the farm.

Tucker

Tucker, born in 1997, is a Tennessee Walking Horse. Before coming to Helping Horse he would do 20 mile endurance rides with his owner. He enjoys the students and loves going out on our trails. He is a favorite of our students and volunteers due to his loving personality. He has settled in well!

Frosty

Frosty is about 13h and is a draft pony mix.  He is about 20 years old and is owned by the Frazier Family.  Frosty also had his career in jumping and cross-country and maybe even some dressage.  He is a very sweet pony and all of our students and volunteers love him.

Jazz

Jazz, born in 2003 is a black and white Overo paint horse gelding.  He started with Helping Horse in May of 2016.  Jazz is the quiet, persistent one in the pasture that tries to become the lead horse, but not always successfully.  He is a little goofy and makes us laugh often (or shake our heads).  Jazz was a trail horse for many years before coming to us so he is still getting used to being in the arena and being led. He is very calm and a little pokey so he works well for the program.  Jazz loves a treat and thinks everyone should have one in their pocket for him.

Rajun

Rajun, born in 2007 is a dark bay quarter horse mare who came to us in July of 2020. Rajun’s owner used her in lessons at her barn for many years until Rajun starting having some slight joint issues and needed to lessen her duties. She is a great addition to our program and is great for our larger and more independent riders. Rajun is so sweet, but also very curious of her surroundings and needs to smell anything new in her environment. She loves to be in her pasture, but not alone! We are so happy to have her with us.

Cremella

Cremella or “Mella” born in 2009 is a buckskin pony mare who came to us in August 2020. She is a beautiful, energetic girl who is quickly becoming a favorite of our riders. She is very curious of everything going on around her and does not like to be alone. Our volunteers who want a little extra exercise like leading her because of her fast-paced walk. Mella has been a great addition to our program for our smaller riders, and her owner is happy to have her right down the street for visits.

Brick

Brick born in 2000, is a strawberry roan appaloosa gelding who came to us in the Fall 2019. He was a show horse for his owner for several years and retired from his show days and came to work with us. He is our gentle giant, sweet and calm. Any of our volunteers can lead Brick and any of our riders can ride him. He loves to follow his buddy Jazz around in the pasture and always wants to be the first one to come to dinner. We would love to clone Brick as he is a perfect fit for what we do at HH.