Our Herd Members

Beauty

Beauty

Breed: Haflinger, Quarter Horse cross

Arrival at EATSF: 2016

Before I came to EATSF, I belonged to a local family and enjoyed helping them with their riding lessons.  My previous family found me in Pennsylvania where I was a cart horse on an Amish Farm.

Devon

Breed: Quarter Horse cross

Arrival at EATSF: 2009

I was donated by my previous owner who thought I would be a great addition to a therapeutic riding program because of my calm demeanor.  I am ready for everything and love to serve in all aspects of the program when I can.

Devon
Fire

Fire

Breed: Quarter Horse

Arrival at EATSF: 2006

I came to EATSF from Pure Thoughts Horse and Foal Rescue when I was three years old.  I was trained to be a “therapy horse” from the beginning and I love my job! I got my name because of my Chestnut color and my red mane and tail.

Ginny

Breed: Clydesdale/Percheron

Arrival at EATSF: 2019

I was purchased for the EATSF program because I am the perfect size and height to help some of our adult participants.  I used to live right behind EATSF on another farm, where I was learning some western pleasure riding skills.

Ginny
Goose

Goose

Breed: Thoroughbred

Arrival at EATSF: 2013

I am an “Off the Track Thoroughbred” or an “OTTB.” I raced locally at Gulfstream Park under the name Grey Goose but did not like the starting gate very much.  I was the adopted by Florida Thoroughbred Rescue and Adoptive Care (FL TRAC), who recommended me to EATSF because of my thoughtful nature.

Hallory

Breed: Oldenburg

Arrival at EATSF: 2003

I was donated to EATSF by my owner, who was training me to be a competitive Dressage horse.  Since arriving at EATSF, I have helped participants of all ages accomplish their goals.

Hallory
Jose

Jose

Breed: Argentinian Pony

Arrival at EATSF: 2006

I was donated to EATSF by my young owner, who wanted a larger pony to compete with.  I may be small, but I am mighty! I love to be in a show ring and show off with my participants any time.

Maximus “Max”

Breed: Belgium Draft

Arrival at EATSF: 2011

I was donated to EATSF after my career as a nationally ranked vaulting horse, and travelled from the Carolinas to EATSF to be a member of the herd.  I am the largest horse in the barn, standing at 17.3 hands high.

Maximus “Max”
Mo

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Oreo

Oreo

Breed: Quarter Horse

Arrival at EATSF: 2017

I was purchased for the EATSF program because of my size and my experience.  I used to work for another therapeutic riding center and love this job.

Star

Breed: Quarter Horse

Arrival at EATSF: 2001

I was donated to EATSF by my young owner who grew too tall for me.  She used to take me to shows on the weekend and that is my favorite thing to do! I consider myself to be the alpha of the EATSF herd and take my job seriously.

Star