Donor: Holly robinson
Scout joined the PALS herd following a career as a lesson horse for a local community member. Always willing, Scout was a great mount for children and beginners who needed a steady partner to show them the way. Scout enjoys a challenge, carrying riders who need more support, but also enjoys trotting around the arena with more independent riders.
donor: amanda argenbright
Daisy Mae is the sweetest miniature horse with dwarfism that you will ever meet. Before coming to PALS, she was used in therapeutic programs. She has the greatest personality and loves everyone she meets. Daisy Mae is used in our unmounted program, attends community events and organizations, and contributes to the happiness in our barn!
donor: ernest fritsch
Squeak is a palomino Halflinger/Arabian cross. With the calm demeanor of a draft horse and small stature of a pony (13 hand high), Squeak is ideal for the younger equestrians at PALS. He came here with his brother Bubbles after retiring from pulling carts and sleighs. His noticeable white “eyebrows” are the one feature that sets him apart from Bubbles. While Squeak may approach each new person cautiously, once he gets to know you he is very friendly.