donor: gail bingham
Tank (formerly Tanaquah) is a red roan Quarter Horse gelding. He started his training as a cutting horse; however, he grew much bigger than the ideal size for cutters, so he moved on to a different discipline. He was trained in dressage next and also served as a horse for trail riding. Tank’s calm demeanor and sweet personality make him a good fit for our therapeutic programs!
The doster family
Buttons is a friendly Quarter horse who finished her PALS training in mid-2020. She used to show in barrel racing and 4H. Due to her competitive background, Buttons enjoys being in the arena and has a playful spirit that shines in our programs.
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!