Yogi (American Paint x Quarter Horse)
Yogi is a seven-year-old palomino tobiano gelding who loves trail riding, being fussed over and having his photo taken. You’re bound to see him prancing around his field, mane flowing and flicking from side to side… Because he’s worth it.
Cookie (American Quarter Horse)
Cookie is a eighteen-year-old buckskin gelding and a gentle giant used for all riders but especially beginners and nervous riders. He loves teaching people to ride and has a heart of gold. He’s a favourite amongst guests and is in more Facebook profile pictures than we can keep track of…
Chica (American Paint Horse)
Chica is a fourteen-year-old liver chestnut mare who has competed across Europe on the Czech National Youth reining team. She loves both trail riding and lessons and is a favourite amongst many of our riders.
Tommi (American Quarter Horse)
Tommi is a sixteen-year-old chestnut gelding who is also great for beginners and nervous riders. He’s usually found alongside Cookie, whether they’re chilling out in the field or teaching people to ride in the arena.
Pickles (American Quarter Horse)
Pickles is a eleven-year-old bright bay gelding who was originally brought over from Israel as a four-year-old where he won the Israeli Futurity. He has now retired here to enjoy trail riding and teaching people to ride.
Red (American Quarter Horse)
Red is a seven-year-old chestnut gelding who’s still quite young but is already heading out on the trail and teaching people the Western way. He loves attention so will love you forever if you go and give him a cuddle.
Scout (Welsh x New Forest Pony)
Scout is a seven-year-old liver chestnut gelding and our resident Western pony. He’s fantastic at teaching children to ride but is adored by the grown-ups all the same! He’s a lovely ride and is actually ridden bit-less in just a halter.
Lottie (Shetland Pony)
Lottie is the smallest member of our herd being a Shetland and is now thirteen years old. She was rescued by the RSPCA as a young pony and now loves meeting our guests and being fussed over and cuddled. She has recently started being ridden by our tiniest wranglers too.