Meet The Herd

A complete gallery of all our horses and their stories.
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Bold Executer
My Bo. The one who ignited this dream. OTTB who went on to a new career in eventing, and became arena sour after becoming a schooling horse for dressage. Has had his fair share of emotional trauma, and offers lessons in being present, with full body awareness. Powerfully strong in spirit at 25 years young and affectionately known as ''Whoa Bo''. He is now enjoying his retirement.
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Taurus
Gorgeous Arab x Quarter Horse (Quarab), Taurus is often called upon to introduce people to the way of the horse. He is sensitive, kind, and gentle, as well stunning to behold. A truly beautiful horse inside and out! His hunter ring career ended before it began, and he was kindly gifted to us. He's a true gem.
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Oakley
Oakley,our gentle giant (Belgian), came to us as a yearling, walking only on 3 legs as his right front did not reach the ground. He had experienced a very difficult beginning to life and was fortunate to be alive. He received several CST sessions, and is now perfectly sound and very tall at the ripe old age of 2.
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Oreo
Big, bold, & beautiful! Oreo is a paint x percheron. She has a very sweet disposition, yet will also stand steadfast when it feels right to do so. Although her coat is painted, she is solid! Oreo now lives with her human, my eldest daughter, Nicole, in Angus, ON.
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Chess
Chess came to us from the USA and is thought to be a warmblood cross. He had biomechanical and fascial imbalances globally, and the "muscle splinting" left him in severe discomfort. After receiving treatment using ESE Level 3 techniques, he floats with grace and ease. A true pleasure to watch, and to feel under saddle.
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Sunshine
Pretty as a picture, paint/pinto mare. Soft brown eyes and a delicate face. Lightning speed. Can be nervous so serves as a reminder to be calm, gently assertive, and grounded. Needs strong leadership. Phoenix is her boy.
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Rosie
Rosie is a sweet Standardbred who did not wish to be at the racetrack. Will be started under saddle in 2019, as her spine has reached skeletal maturity and I am positive that she will be a wonderful horse to ride, as her nature and disposition is truly gentle and kind. A real sweetheart.
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Phoenix Rising
Phoenix is the "big puppy dog" and "curious George" of the herd. He came to live with us as a foal, with his dam Sunshine. He has been raised with people and horses, and is quite familiar with his role as a therapy horse - it's even in his name!
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Crystal
Crystal is our black beauty. She is a lovely Quarter Horse, and is a dream to ride. On the ground, manners and respect please, and she very clearly lets you know that she deserves the very best of YOU.
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Montana
Montana is a TB x Appy, and came to live here after having been rescued from slaughter with his dam. He has grown into a handsome and stunning young gelding, as he carries himself with pride. He is a wonderful horse to teach you about TRUST.
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Bella
Miss Bella, with a BB brand on her shoulder, was affectionately (or not) known as Bipolar Bella. She has had some "issues in her tissues", and with treatment is really coming into her own. A lovely little redheaded QH mare. Enough said. A teacher of confidence and courage.
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Deja Vu
Deja Vu. Handsome WB gelding who had a paddock accident as a youngster which left him with a "knockdown hip", meaning a fractured growth plate in his pelvis, and a resultant short career. He is sound for light riding, and is an excellent teacher for my students to learn about fascial compensatory patterns after trauma. A true gentleman.
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Georgie Girl
GG was rescued while on her way to slaughter and later purchased as a 'husband horse'. Georgie is a horse anyone can ride, as she is boss mare, calm, and confident. She is a well-built mare, Spotted Draft x Hackney.
 
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