Chaussette


Chaussette is a 14.3 hands high Paint Thoroughbred cross. She was born in 2005 and has been with VTRA since 2014. She loves to be scratched, is a very sweet girl and very inquisitive. Last year she had a bad health scare and was brought home to her final resting place.  But all of a sudden something told her to stick around.  She slowly improved.  When she came back to the VTRA....she was better than before! Our miracle horse.
Chaussette
Horses

Cherry


Cherry Lane is a Gypsy Vanner cross, and was purchased from Washington State last year 2015. She especially loves to look at herself in the mirror in the indoor arena. Probably because she knows she is so beautiful! Gypsy Vanners are known for their long, flowing manes, tails and feathering on the lower legs. Cherry is a grey, but has faded piebalding (black spots), which is another characteristic of a Gypsy Vanner. She was born in 2007 and is 15.2 hands high.
Cherry
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Maryke


Maryke is quite the goofy girl! She is also very playful and mischievous. She was born in 2002, and is 14.2 hands high Fjord mare, which is one of the world’s oldest breeds! Maryke joined VTRA in 2007 and is actually Cisco’s half sister!
Maryke
Horses

Cisco


Cisco is another one of our Norwegian Fjords. Most Fjords are supposed to be pony sized (14.2 hands or smaller) but for some reason he just kept growing and is 15 hands high! He was born in 2002 and has been with VTRA since 2013. Cisco is goofy and playful, but slow and steady. He makes a great therapeutic horse and loves people and attention!
Cisco
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Lyla


Lyla is another beautiful 14.1 hands high Norwegian Fjord mare, one of the world’s oldest breeds! She was born May 30th 1997 and joined VTRA in October 2011 where she was trained and broke to ride. In her earlier years, she was used for log pulling. Lyla is a very sensible girl who is pleasantly slow and steady.
Lyla
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Joey


Joey likes her own space at times, so isn’t too fond of other horses but is very sweet and sensitive towards people. Joey is a wonderful 15 hands high Morgan Arabian X, who was born in 1999 and joined VTRA in 2011. She is a Western competitive trail trick pony. Morgan horses are used as coach horses and for harness racing and were known for their versatility. Being crossed with Arabian horses was used to improve their speed, refinement, endurance and bone strength. Arabian horses also have the ability to form a cooperative relationship with humans and are good-natured, quick to learn, and willing to please.
Joey
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KC


KC is a lovely, sensitive horse, perfect for our more independent riders looking to gain confidence. She is a beautiful 15.1 hands high Quarter Horse Mare. KC was born July 15th 2000 and joined VTRA in 2009 and can be ridden both English and Western style. Anyone who gets to know this horse just falls in love with her. The Quarter Horse Mare is a breed that gets its name from its ability to outdistance other horse breeds in races of a quarter mile or less, some individuals have been clocked at speeds up to 88.5 km/h. The Quarter Horse is the most popular breed in the United States today and is well known both as a racehorse and for its performance in rodeos, horse shows and as a working ranch horse.
KC
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Dinah


Dinah is definitely the Go-to-Girl of the herd; she is very calm and has a wonderful gentle disposition. In her free time, she loves to sleep in the bright sunshine or play with her best friend KC. She is a beautiful 14.2 hands high Norwegian Fjord mare, one of the world’s oldest breeds! Dinah was born May 8th, 1994 and joined VTRA in April 2007. Before she came to VTRA she did pre-entry eventing.
Dinah
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Danny


Danny is the Golden Boy of the herd. He is a beautiful Haflinger, standing 15.1 hands high and was born in 2003. He entered the program in 2009 and has been trained at 1st level Para-dressing. Haflinger horses are described as energetic but smooth, and are well muscled yet elegant. They were developed for use in mountainous terrain, and are known for their hardiness. Haflingers have many uses, including light draft, harness work, and various under-saddle disciplines such as endurance riding, dressage, equestrian vaulting and of course therapeutic riding.
Danny
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