Miss P/ Sedona
Horses Who Have Crossed Over the Rainbow Bridge
A miniature horse, short in height, tall in attitude, was a brood mare at a very well-known miniature horse farm. She gives confidence to those who are afraid of our larger horses, or those who simply cannot ride. Carmelina loves to be groomed.
An Argentinian Thoroughbred and retired polo pony, Princessa joined the Dream Catcher stable in the fall of 2012. She is stunning in both look and attitude. Princessa has adapted well to the life of a therapy horse, staying calm in any situation and supporting her riders in their journey.
This gal is a rare breed called a Norwegian Fjord. Josie is a sweet friendly horse, her size and ability to stay calm in almost any situation makes her a great horse for therapeutic horseback riding. Josie is our first horse to start our vaulting program with instructor Nicole and our riders and volunteers at Dream Catcher’s stable.
A registered Thoroughbred, Tristan’s official name is “Tap Til Dawn.” His career started on the racetrack and continued in the show ring as a hunter jumping and then was trained in dressage. Tristan found his true called as a therapy horse after he was donated to Dream Catcher in 2009. Born in 1991, Tristan won “Thoroughbred of the Year” in 2015 from the “Jockey Club Thoroughbred Incentive program” at the age of 24!
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