Our Horses

The Most Important Members of our Team!

 

Our horses are carefully chosen for their ability to provide a safe 
and enjoyable experience for the riders. 

 

Beckwith Horses:

Sheen

 

Sheen started with the program in 2012. He is an Arabian cross gelding with his colour known as a “Flee Bitten Grey”. Prior to his joining the program he was an event and lesson horse. Sheen is bouncy and fun and well loved by all who know him.

Syrus

Syrus is a Registered Canadian gelding.  He is a stocky 15.1 hands high and black in colour. "Sy Guy" joined the program in 2014. Syrus has an energetic and playful personality and is ready for anything.

Jenn

Proudly Sponsored by the IODE, Carleton Place

Jenn is a Registered American Paint Quarter Horse cross and joined  the riding program in 2015.  She is a sweet, beautiful chestnut mare standing at 15.2 hh and we are looking forward to her providing gentle service to our riders for several years to come.

Sweet Pea

Sweat Pea is new to the program in 2017.

 

Jeffrey

Jeffrey is new to the program in 2017.

 

 

Smiths Falls Horses:

Caprianna

Caprianna is new to the program in 2017.

Amber

Amber came to the LCTRP for the 2015 season. She is a Palimino registered Quarterhorse mare and came to the program with many years of therapeutic riding experience.

Moe

Moe joined the Smiths Falls farm in 2016 riding year.  He is a sweet but cheeky Haflinger with much experience with disabled riders.

Mary's Prince

Mary’s Prince came to the program in 2014 as a result of a generous bequest from the estate of Mary Hugessen.  Mary’s daughter said her mother always wanted a horse named after her but the horses that were in consideration for purchase were all geldings!  So…as it would be awkward to call a gelding Mary, he became Mary’s Prince.   He is a beautiful chestnut with a smooth gait and a very sweet and gentle temperament.

Kennie

Proudly Sponsored by Almonte Community Co-ordinators 'the Hub'

Kennie is a Registered Canadian gelding. He joined the program in 2015 and has become a real favourite with both riders and volunteers! Kennie is also our resident driving horse for our 2017 pilot driving program.

 
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