"The essential joy of being with horses is that it brings us in contact with the rare elements of grace, beauty, spirit and freedom."
~ Sharon Ralls Lemon
Maverick is a black Arabian gelding who participates in our hippotherapy program. His Arabian heritage gives him an active walk that provides excellent movement for hippotherapy.
Stella is a red dun American Quarter Horse mare who stands 15.1 hands high. With a sweet disposition, she is a great therapy horse in our therapeutic riding program. Stella was purchased thanks to a grant from the Weyers Family Foundation.
Josh is an American Quarter Horse gelding who stands 15.1 hands high. Josh does great in therapeutic riding.
Dakota is a gray American Quarter Horse mare. One of the sweetest, most patient horses in our herd, she is up for any challenge, and we can always count on her to get the job done. Dakota’s versatility makes her valuable across a wide range of clients and programs.
Krystal Kidd is a chestnut mare. Her Arabian heritage gives her an active walk that provides excellent movement for hippotherapy riders. Krystal loves children and is a committed therapy horse.
Tia is a Norwegian Fjord mare who displays the sturdy build and calm temperament typical to her breed. She participates in hippotherapy and therapeutic riding. Her strength and width provide a great stretch for our riders and make her ideal for bigger riders.
Cooper is an American Quarter Horse gelding. He works in all of our programs. Cooper is sponsored by Steve & Susan Endries Charitable Fund.
Annie is an American Paint who stands 15.2 hands high. She works in select programs and participated in the Exceptional Equestrians Drill Team performance at Boots & Bling.
Oakie is a palomino American Quarter Horse gelding. He works in our therapeutic riding program. Oakie’s purchase was sponsored by Mr. & Mrs. Paul J. and Carol Schierl.
Cole is an American Quarter Horse gelding who stands 16.1 hands high. Cole works in all of our programs. He is sponsored by the Gordon Flesch Charitable Foundation.
When you sponsor an Exceptional Equestrians horse, you guarantee an individual with special needs will have the opportunity to "experience the exceptional." Learn more about our Adopt a Horse program.
Exceptional Equestrians is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that provides equine-assisted therapies to individuals with special needs.
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