donor: trinity farms
Rosie is a Percheron draft horse who is 17 hands high, making her our tallest horse. She joined us in the summer of 2020 from another therapeutic riding facility in Ohio. Before that, she was a trail horse. We’re excited to have Rosie at PALS for the next stage of her career!
owner: john rinne
Pistol is a chestnut quarter horse, standing at 15 hands high. He joined the PALS herd following a career as a reining horse. Pistol is being leased to PALS by his owner, John. His slow and gentle mannerism makes him perfect for more nervous riders and his reining background also makes him a great fit for independent riders.
The prenkert family
owner: christa arthur
Standing at just 55 inches tall, Star is one of the shortest riding horses at PALS. Her big personality and loud neighing definitely make up for her smaller size. Star has experience in being shown in 4H and contesting. Her sassy but sweet attitude makes her a good fit for younger, more advanced beginners wanting to challenge their skills. Star loves food and will eat almost any treat you put in front of her. Fun fact: Star was breed tested and she has Arabian, Missouri Fox Trotter, and Turkoman roots!