Facts About Me
Breed: American Quarter Horse
Program(s): Equine Assisted Counseling
Year Joined Program: 2021
I recently joined the program from an equine rescue. Although I am the leader of the herd, I can be a bit reserved with the humans at times. As I've gotten more comfortable, I have begun choosing which clients I would like to work with. As the herd leader, it is very important to me to maintain peace and harmony. Therefore, I work hard to resolve conflicts among my herd mates to ensure that everyone is getting along.
Special Talents and Skills
I am very good at showing others what it takes to be a good leader. When I communicate my boundaries, I am firm but gentle. I also show others how to resolve conflict in a healthy way.
With my clients, I am protective and good at helping them feel safe. With me, clients know it's okay to feel vulnerable and talk about the hard stuff. If anyone else in the herd comes too close, I step in front of my client to let them know that I'll always take care of them.
Want to support my work? Join my Carrot Club! Scroll down to read about the benefits to supporting me at each level!
Your sponsorship will support me and my herd by providing feed, hay, veterinary and farrier care, tack and equipment, other necessities, and most importantly, carrots!
What does it cost to care for a therapy equine?
$4,500 for board, feed, and hay ($375/month)
$1000 for veterinary and farrier care (~$84/month)
Champion Carrot Sponsor:
Proudly sponsored by an anonymous donor
Carrot Club Members:
Still looking for more members!