Fiddler, formerly a roping horse turned children's play day pony, is an 18 year old Bay Quarter Horse Gelding, that has been with our program for 6 months. He partners with us in Therapeutic Riding Lessons, Hippotherapy, and Equine Assisted Counseling and Wellness. We consider him to be our Walmart greeter seeing as how he greets everyone with a friendly "neigh," and pokes his head over the fence, as people enter the property.
Bella, formerly a lesson horse, was a 16 year old Black Arabian that was with our program for 3 years. She partnered with us in Therapeutic Riding Lessons. Bella was every little girl's dream pony!
Lilly, formerly a ranch horse, is a 7 year old Black Quarter Horse who has been with us for 3 years. She partners with us in Therapeutic Riding and Equine Assisted Learning Lessons. Lilly loves her job and peppermints!
Peanut, a 24 year old Sorrel Quarter Horse, has been with TTRC for five years. He partners with us in Hippotherapy and Equine Assisted Lessons. Peanut hates snacks, but loves people, and is also a master escape artist!
Swingin', formerly a Youth Cutting Horse, is a 25 year old Sorrel Quarter Horse that has been with TTRC for 6 years. He is utilized in Therapeutic Riding Lessons. Swingin' loves to play tag and eat! he has traveled by plane, train, and automobile. He has even been to Europe!!
Abe, formerly a full time ranch horse, is a 21 year old Buckskin Quarter Horse that has been a part of TTRC for six and a half years. He partners with us in Hippotherapy, Therapeutic Riding, and Equine Assisted Lessons. Abe is a sweet and honest boy and is loved by all!!
Queen, formerly a lesson horse, is an 18 year old Silver Dun Canadian Fjord that has been with our program for 9 years. She partners with us for Hippotherapy, Therapeutic Riding, and Equine Assisted Lessons. Queen is an allstar horse and is great for many lesson types due to her concussive movement!
King was a 22 year old Dun Norwegian Fjord. King arrived at TTRC in 2007 and truly became the face of the program. He touched the lives of many during his 9 years with the center. He provided children the ability to take their first steps and speak their first words-many of whom were told they might never perform those tasks!