Zack Attack


Available: Shared Lease

Stats: 16.1hh, Thoroughbred (OTTB/TIP) gelding, 16 years old

Heart + Horse welcomes Zack! Our newest addition. Zack’s story is coming soon.





Available: Full Lease, Shared Lease

STATS: Rescue Mare, 14.2hh, Dappled Buckskin with a Star. 

Tulip blossoms brighter every day.  Last year she was rescued from auction and loved back to health by a group of eventing students.  Though she’s still learning about the Hunter-Jumper world, Tulip is already fluent in the language of cuddles. 




Available: Full Lease, Shared Lease

STATS: 15.2hh, Thoroughbred/POA/Appaloosa, Gelding, 14 years

An equally brave knight and Mama’s boy from the pastures of Georgia. Owner-raised since he was a 6 month old colt, Chance is experienced in 3-Day Eventing (Dressage, Cross Country & Showjumping). Chance has a fearless jump and is very proud to show riders what he knows. He loves to work and is known for his endless enthusiasm – whether in the arena or adventuring on trail.





STATS: Quarter Pony, Gelding, 14.1hh

Okie is a very busy pony! He has several important jobs at the ranch, including Therapy Pony and Teacher at H+H Equestrian Athletics. Okie knows the Hunter ring better than anyone, since he has been a show pony since before most students were born. We are lucky to benefit from Okie’s experience and he helps bring many riders along from their very first ride to their very first jump. Thanks Okie!


Okie Dokie teaching a 7 & under lesson



Update: “Mama Shy” has been retired in the hills of Marshall Canyon where she and her late owner Lori Stillwell spent a decade together exploring the trails.

Thanks to Lori and Shyanne for helping Heart + Horse , you both are in our hearts forever!

STATS: APHA Paint Mare, Apricot dun, 15.2hh

Shyanne has been there and done that thing you’ve always wanted to do–and she’s ready to show you how too! With lightning in her hooves, Shyanne loves to get to the ring and strut her stuff. The Mama of our H+H herd, she’s a breeding stock paint who loves to show our students how it’s done. Always keeping an eye on the rest of the horses, especially young Ruby, who she adopted upon meeting her last year. Students love Shyanne for listening closely to their cues and for the bright welcome she gives whenever we ask her to come out and play.