Meet Our Riding Horses

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Meet Scootin’ Along Fergie

Two years ago, Fergie scooted her way from Texas into our hearts. She is every child’s dream quarter horse, at the perfect size of 14.2 hands with patience that stands taller. Learning more and more every day, 22-year-old Fergie has begun showing gymkhana this year. Making her an awesome lesson horse for beginners and intermediate riders alike.

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Meet Rafter B. Rung (Bear)

Standing at 15.3 hands, and 22 years old, Rafter B. Rung (Bear) is no pushover. San Marcos Sheriff’s Department donated him, to our nonprofit four years ago, with expert crowd control training. Rafter B. Rung (Bear)'s high level of experience will suit any confident high intermediate to advanced riders. True to the quarter horse ways, he is also the definition of western pleasure. With a walk, jog, and lope, you’ll never want to stop.

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Meet
Chargers
Lucky
Romance

On May 16th, 2003, a heartthrob named Lucky was born. He proves that Morgans are hardy and willing to please, with such pride and elegance too. Wanting to be loved by all, we are working on turning him from an intermediate/advanced lesson horse to a beginner horse, as well. Romance is all you’ll ever feel with the statuesque, 15.2 h gelding.

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Meet
Nitroglycerin
Nitro

January 28th, 2003, Nitro boomed on the scene, so eager for his first steps. He was birthed by Coco, a Morab championship gymkhana horse, and sired by G Man Too. (A racing paint that was a champion barrel racer.) Eighteen years old, 15.2 hands, and exploding with energy makes an excellent challenge for any expert to professional riders. If you’re not up to the challenge, Nitro will happily show off one of the various tricks he has learned.

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Meet
Forester Creek Fancy Feathers
Bunny

In four years, Bunny has gone from SeaWorld to City Hall,
4 Paws 4 Patriots to visiting Alzheimer’s and Dementia patients. Community outreach is her forte, along with smiling for the camera. She may only be an 8.2 h miniature horse, but 18-year-old Bunny is the boss mare of the herd and doesn’t let her size discourage her.

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Meet Peaches

Sweet, gentle, and sorrel with her flax mane and tail makes Peaches a perfect name for this Welsh pony. Even though she was donated to our Nonprofit organization five years ago, 18-year-old Peaches is still very shy and needs a confident rider. The 12.2 h pony is a great lesson horse for kids that are ready to start intermediate or advanced riding.

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Meet Scootin’ Along Fergie

Two years ago, Fergie scooted her way from Texas into our hearts. She is every child’s dream quarter horse, at the perfect size of 14.2 hands with patience that stands taller. Learning more and more every day, 22-year-old Fergie has begun showing gymkhana this year. Making her an awesome lesson horse for beginners and intermediate riders alike.

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Meet Chargers Lucky Romance

On May 16th, 2003, a heartthrob named Lucky was born. He proves that Morgans are hardy and willing to please, with such pride and elegance too. Wanting to be loved by all, we are working on turning him from an intermediate/advanced lesson horse to a beginner horse, as well. Romance is all you’ll ever feel with the statuesque, 15.2 h gelding.

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Meet Rafter B. Rung (Bear)

Standing at 15.3 hands, and 22 years old, Rafter B. Rung (Bear) is no pushover. San Marcos Sheriff’s Department donated him, to our nonprofit four years ago, with expert crowd control training. Rafter B. Rung (Bear)'s high level of experience will suit any confident high intermediate to advanced riders. True to the quarter horse ways, he is also the definition of western pleasure. With a walk, jog, and lope, you’ll never want to stop.

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Meet
Forester Creek Fancy Feathers
Bunny

In four years, Bunny has gone from SeaWorld to City Hall,
4 Paws 4 Patriots to visiting Alzheimer’s and Dementia patients. Community outreach is her forte, along with smiling for the camera. She may only be an 8.2 h miniature horse, but 18-year-old Bunny is the boss mare of the herd and doesn’t let her size discourage her.

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Meet Peaches

Sweet, gentle, and sorrel with her flax mane and tail makes Peaches a perfect name for this Welsh pony. Even though she was donated to our Nonprofit organization five years ago, 18-year-old Peaches is still very shy and needs a confident rider. The 12.2 h pony is a great lesson horse for kids that are ready to start intermediate or advanced riding.

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Meet
Nitroglycerin
Nitro

January 28th, 2003, Nitro boomed on the scene, so eager for his first steps. He was birthed by Coco, a Morab championship gymkhana horse, and sired by G Man Too. (A racing paint that was a champion barrel racer.) Eighteen years old, 15.2 hands, and exploding with energy makes an excellent challenge for any expert to professional riders. If you’re not up to the challenge, Nitro will happily show off one of the various tricks he has learned.

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