Donor: Holly robinson
birthday: 10/15/2004

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.

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daisy mae

donor: amanda argenbright
birthday: 01/01/2008

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!

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Donor: Debby Matz
birthday: 01/01/2007

Before coming to PALS, Roxy was a trail horse. Her size makes her great for all our programs plus she has a sweet but spunky personality. She was a wonderful addition to our ground programs when she first came and has now completed her training for our riding program as well.

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donor: trinity farms
birthday: 01/01/2004

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!

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owner: john rinne
birthday: 01/01/1999

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.

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owner: christa arthur
birthday: 03/17/2007

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!


donor: gail bingham
birthday: 01/01/2004

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!

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owner: pals
birthday: 06/01/2007

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.

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Owner: Katie Pierce
birthday: 06/04/2002

Coco is a Foundation Quarter Horse mare. She has lived in a show barn and on a dairy farm. She prefers carrots over apples and enjoys lazy days with her pasture buddy, Pokey. Her registered name, “Jocks Chocolate Drop”, reflects her sweet disposition.