Ollie, an 8 year old quarter pony, was donated to O.A.T.S. in December 2022. He is a little horse with a large personality. He enjoys spending the day with his new pasture mates, especially with his buddy Jack. Ollie is a wonderful trail horse and is quickly learning his new role in our therapeutic/adaptive riding classes.
Hi! I’m Cocoa. I am a crazy Welsh pony mare. That just means that I am a girl. I love to run and play. My favorite thing to do is to play with my girl. I can be ridden but I am sassy sometimes, so my girl tries to train me to be used for classes for special needs riders. I don’t like to work, so I get sassy. I love snuggles and kisses. I help people who aren’t confident enough to ride by spending time with them. Most of the time I am sweet but other times I might be kind of sour. I am not the boss of my pasture, but I like to think that I am. I have a golden mane so the hay that I eat sometimes gets tangled into my mane and it gets even more tangled because the hay gets camouflaged with my mane. I love when people come hang out with me in my pasture.
Tina is proof that good things come in small packages. She is also proof that you should not judge a book by it's cover.
Although one might think that Tina would be slow due to her size, she is actually rather fast. One of her favorite pastimes is running and jumping through the pasture with her friend, Cocoa. Tina has also been seen, on rare occasions, jumping completely over her hay box. She's a fun girl to hang out with but she does not behave well for the vet.