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Why Horses?

The horses 4 beat walk produces a 3-dimensional movement. While on a horse's back the movement transfers to the rider's pelvis, spine, and trunk. This movement simulates the correct walking pattern of the human gait and is used as a therapeutic modality for improving balance, coordination, and strength. Also, the human-equine environment creates an opportunity of enhanced empowerment, confidence, self-esteem and education.

Meet Our Herd

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Peanut

Sorrel Haflinger (gelding)
Peanut is a former carraige driving partner with a sense of humor.
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Sponsored by Lena Aull
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Ruby

Quarter Horse (mare)
Ruby is a newfound gem in our herd.
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Lady

Grey Appendix (mare)
Safe and steady as she goes, Lady loves the attention she receives.
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Sponsored by Street Legends 
Brian and Janice Smith
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Miss Sue

Grey Arabian (mare)
Beautiful and majestic in stature, Miss Sue is gentle of heart with our clients.
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Stella

Paint Pony (mare)
A beauty in the prime of her life, Stella is learning the lessons maturity brings.
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Sponsored by Owensboro Health
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Duke

Quarter Horse - Morgan Cross (gelding)
Duke is a willing and able partner for our program.
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Tom

Dark Bay Thoroughbred (gelding)
Tom is a handsome, kind, gentle giant. He loves people and is a wonderful cooperative partner.
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Sponsored by Dr. Kerry Paape
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Katie

Arab - Morgan Cross (mare)
A gem of a horse, willing, tolerant with all her riders.
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Magic

Fresian - Standardbred (gelding)
A good-natured gentle giant, that cares about his riders and volunteers.
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Sponsored by Anita McCarroll
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Kotay

Chestnut (mare)
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Pixie

Chestnut Pony (mare)
A foxy pony with a big personality, Pixie is just the right size and shape for our young riders who need that extra support.
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Shoni

Grey and White Pinto (mare)
Sponsor a Horse
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Kentucky

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Bandit

Buckskin Quarterhorse (gelding)
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