Our Team
The Animal Team
Oreo I joined the family in January of 2015, coming from a rescue in Clayton, NC. I was originally brought to the rescue due to neglect, but boy howdy do I make up for it these days! Humans and TREATS! Those are my favorite things. And dinner! Dinner and treats! Did I mention that I like treats? I may not be flashy, showy, or grand, but I love my life as a therapeutic horse and would love to help you over whatever hurdles you’re facing in life. (P.S. that is completely figurative… I actually don’t have a clue yet how to safely make it over jumps!)
Sundrop I joined the family in March of 2015, after a few owners, some great and some really not great. I was donated to Excel Kids by one of my great owners who wanted me to have a job where I would be treated well (aka. Spoiled *wink wink*). Some of my history has taught me to be afraid of humans who approach me too quickly or forcefully, but I am learning little by little that there are people that will never touch me with the intent to hurt. Aaaaand that people often come with peppermints. Bonus! I may look a little too fancy for a therapeutic farm, but I love my family and my job. Most importantly, I love connecting with people!
Ferdinand I joined the family in June of 2016. I am a mini horse. I might be the littlest (and clearly the cutest), but I have a big heart. I like to conserve my energy so I don't move too fast (most of the time). I am also one of the most patient horses you will meet. I am told all this makes me a great therapy horse. Of course! I am obviously great! I really like it when I am groomed. It is important to keep my mane looking fabulous. I can give rides with my styling little saddle, but since I am small, you would have to be small as well.
Little Bear I joined the family in December of 2016. I am a pony in between Oreo and Ferdinand in size. I am a good step up from my mini brother, but not too big to scare humans. I have a lot of training so it is okay if you don't. That makes me a good horse to learn on. I am told I am sweet, but I think I am just hairy. I think I need some more carrots or apples to get sweeter. I can handle humans that are bigger than what Ferdi can, but not as big as Oreo or Sundrop. I can also pull a cart so I am ready to go however you humans want to get there (except flying. I don't do flying. Or swimming. I can't fly and I don't know if I can swim.
The Human Team
Board of Directors John Guyer, Founder and Director Jamie Guyer, Founder Grace Green, Social Media Outreach and Equine Health Dr. Michael Artman (Pediatrics) Nazaly Miller (PT, PCS, BOC/O)
Our Team
The Animal Team
Oreo I joined the family in January of 2015, coming from a rescue in Clayton, NC. I was originally brought to the rescue due to neglect, but boy howdy do I make up for it these days! Humans and TREATS! Those are my favorite things. And dinner! Dinner and treats! Did I mention that I like treats? I may not be flashy, showy, or grand, but I love my life as a therapeutic horse and would love to help you over whatever hurdles you’re facing in life. (P.S. that is completely figurative… I actually don’t have a clue yet how to safely make it over jumps!)
Sundrop I joined the family in March of 2015, after a few owners, some great and some really not great. I was donated to Excel Kids by one of my great owners who wanted me to have a job where I would be treated well (aka. Spoiled *wink wink*). Some of my history has taught me to be afraid of humans who approach me too quickly or forcefully, but I am learning little by little that there are people that will never touch me with the intent to hurt. Aaaaand that people often come with peppermints. Bonus! I may look a little too fancy for a therapeutic farm, but I love my family and my job. Most importantly, I love connecting with people!
Ferdinand I joined the family in June of 2016. I am a mini horse. I might be the littlest (and clearly the cutest), but I have a big heart. I like to conserve my energy so I don't move too fast (most of the time). I am also one of the most patient horses you will meet. I am told all this makes me a great therapy horse. Of course! I am obviously great! I really like it when I am groomed. It is important to keep my mane looking fabulous. I can give rides with my styling little saddle, but since I am small, you would have to be small as well.
Little Bear I joined the family in December of 2016. I am a pony in between Oreo and Ferdinand in size. I am a good step up from my mini brother, but not too big to scare humans. I have a lot of training so it is okay if you don't. That makes me a good horse to learn on. I am told I am sweet, but I think I am just hairy. I think I need some more carrots or apples to get sweeter. I can handle humans that are bigger than what Ferdi can, but not as big as Oreo or Sundrop. I can also pull a cart so I am ready to go however you humans want to get there (except flying. I don't do flying. Or swimming. I can't fly and I don't know if I can swim.
The Human Team
Board of Directors John Guyer, Founder and Director Jamie Guyer, Founder Grace Green, Social Media Outreach and Equine Health Dr. Michael Artman (Pediatrics) Nazaly Miller (PT, PCS, BOC/O)
Our Team
The Animal Team
Oreo I joined the family in January of 2015, coming from a rescue in Clayton, NC. I was originally brought to the rescue due to neglect, but boy howdy do I make up for it these days! Humans and TREATS! Those are my favorite things. And dinner! Dinner and treats! Did I mention that I like treats? I may not be flashy, showy, or grand, but I love my life as a therapeutic horse and would love to help you over whatever hurdles you’re facing in life. (P.S. that is completely figurative… I actually don’t have a clue yet how to safely make it over jumps!)
Sundrop I joined the family in March of 2015, after a few owners, some great and some really not great. I was donated to Excel Kids by one of my great owners who wanted me to have a job where I would be treated well (aka. Spoiled *wink wink*). Some of my history has taught me to be afraid of humans who approach me too quickly or forcefully, but I am learning little by little that there are people that will never touch me with the intent to hurt. Aaaaand that people often come with peppermints. Bonus! I may look a little too fancy for a therapeutic farm, but I love my family and my job. Most importantly, I love connecting with people!
Ferdinand I joined the family in June of 2016. I am a mini horse. I might be the littlest (and clearly the cutest), but I have a big heart. I like to conserve my energy so I don't move too fast (most of the time). I am also one of the most patient horses you will meet. I am told all this makes me a great therapy horse. Of course! I am obviously great! I really like it when I am groomed. It is important to keep my mane looking fabulous. I can give rides with my styling little saddle, but since I am small, you would have to be small as well.
Little Bear I joined the family in December of 2016. I am a pony in between Oreo and Ferdinand in size. I am a good step up from my mini brother, but not too big to scare humans. I have a lot of training so it is okay if you don't. That makes me a good horse to learn on. I am told I am sweet, but I think I am just hairy. I think I need some more carrots or apples to get sweeter. I can handle humans that are bigger than what Ferdi can, but not as big as Oreo or Sundrop. I can also pull a cart so I am ready to go however you humans want to get there (except flying. I don't do flying. Or swimming. I can't fly and I don't know if I can swim.
The Human Team
Board of Directors John Guyer, Founder and Director Jamie Guyer, Founder Grace Green, Social Media Outreach and Equine Health Dr. Michael Artman (Pediatrics) Nazaly Miller (PT, PCS, BOC/O)