Lady

Lady was purchased at auction in March 2022.  We were told she was a camp horse and did mostly trail rides. She is an older red dun mare.

 

Mocha

Mocha was purchased at auction in March 2022.  She has an interesting coloration – a chocolate colored line-backed dun.  We don’t know much history about her but she seems to have more training than Chip.

Chip

Chip was purchased at auction March 2022.  He was a little thin so we are working on fattening him up.  We don’t know any history on him other than he was a trail horse at one time.

Jingle

DOB: 5/30/08

Joined the Herd: 9/2/20

Breed: Grade QH

Sex: Mare

Color: Palomino

The acquisition of Jingle was a joint effort – Capital City Clauses donated $2500 towards her purchase and the Sellers donated the balance of her price.  She was named Jingle (as in Jingle Bells) to keep the Christmas name theme that Capital City Clauses uses when naming their events.

Bo

DOB: 12/1/04

Joined the Herd: 12/1/18

Breed: Grade Appendix

Sex: Gelding

Color: Bay

Bo was purchase at auction in December 2018.  He is a sweet horse and is for more our advanced riders.

Bobo

Bobo was donated to HfH in 2019.  He is a spotted draft cross rescue and the biggest sweet heart around who loves to be groomed.  Bobo does have an issue with his airway and will tire easy when ridden for long periods.  If you would like to sponsor this big guy please go to our donate button and notate it when you make your donation.

Oreo

DOB: 1/01/02

Joined the Herd: 07/19/18

Breed: Pony cross

Sex: Gelding

Color: Black & White

Oreo is a cute black and white pony! His former owners outgrew him and we are happy to have him here at Horses for Hope. He’s a been there, done that, laid back, trustworthy pony. Oreo is used for our smaller riders in Western, English, Jumping and Therapeutic lessons.

Horses for Hope in the News

Horses for Hope’s Gwen Roberts and Carmalee Scarpitti were recently featured on ABC11. You will be amazed at what horses can do! Click here for the whole story!

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9/11 Day of Service

Horses for Hope was blessed with groups from Genworth, Kelaca, GNS, Personify and Fidelity who were volunteering through Activate Good on the 9/11 Day of Service. Volunteers are the heart of Horses for Hope. Groups like these are able to do special projects for us.

Their help couldn’t have come at a more opportune time! When they signed up to help us no one knew that we’d be preparing for Hurricane Florence to hit the coast. The work these groups did saved us thousands of dollars in potential storm damage. Some of them worked taking down two large dead trees that could have fallen, injuring horses or damaging shelters. Other folks cleared weeds and brush along our fencelines that could have knocked over or shorted out the electric fence.

                       

They made tags with our name and number on them and then braided them into the horses’ manes. If a horse were to get out during the storm this would enable someone to easily contact us.

             

They also did trail maintenance and helped build the fence around the new small arena. You can see both of these at Fall Hay Day coming up September 29th!

We could not serve the people we do without the invaluable help of groups like these!
                                        

                                                 

You don’t have to wait for a special day to volunteer at Horses for Hope. If you or your group would like to come out and help just email us and we will help you find a time and job that works for you!
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