Legend is an American Paint Horse and was purchased through a grant from Legends for Kids. He is a big, loveable sweetheart that everyone falls in love with. His silly antics keep everyone smiling at HorsePower!
Phoebe is a Norwegian Fjord horse. She is built to easily carry riders – both adult and children. Her sassy head carriage makes her especially fun for our advanced riders. She is leased to HorsePower by Rachel Marshall.
Peggy Sue is our very own little ray of sunshine! She is small enough to be considered a pony and her delicate features make her a perfect hippotherapy pony for smaller riders. She is patient and loving to everyone she meets! Peggy Sue was donated to HorsePower.
Hurley is an American Paint Horse that is new to HorsePower. He is learning the ropes of therapy horse life and all the new sights and sounds that come withthat. Hurley is leased to HorsePower by Hannah Hilger.
Doc Hudson is definitely one of a kind!! Doc is another 16 hand gelding who has really adapted well to our program and is suitable for a variety of riders. He isn’t in a hurry to go anywhere and enjoys his naps. He is owned by our instructor, Shelly Bartels. We love him here!
Diesel is one of our “huskier” quarter horses. His bulky 16.2 hands have been a huge asset to our therapeutic riding/ground work programs for our bigger riders. He is currently leased to HorsePower by Sarah Newell, who is also a regular volunteer out here at HorsePower! We are happy to have Diesel!
Chip is the cutest 12 hands you’ll ever see!!! He is an 18 year old hackney cross pony who was donated by the Pulscher family to be used in our Hippotherapy program after Spanky’s retirement. He has adapted so quickly and is a huge part of our program! Welcome to the club ‘Chipper'.
Rusty is a very responsive horse, making him a great mount for our more independent riders. His narrow withers make him a great horse for those riders that have difficulty with tight muscles.
Captain America is a 11 year old Gypsy Vanner Horse that was purchased from Kentucky with the generous Sanford’s Legends for Kids grant. He is used in all three of our programs and his sturdy 13 hand build makes him extremely adaptable to many different sized riders.