Shotgun was born in 1999. He is a Sorrel Quarter Horse gelding with a flaxen mane and tail. Shotgun came to Home of Hope in 2014. He is very easy to get along with and is one of everyone’s favorites to ride. Before Shotgun came to Home of Hope, he was involved in many rodeos and was a working ranch horse. Shotgun has the number 9 brand on his left shoulder, which makes him a little different than the rest of our herd. Shotgun loves receiving attention from his riders and is always around looking for treats. Shotgun is usually seen grazing in the pasture near Stetson if he isn’t with his rider in the arena.
Tanner was born in 2003. He is a Grulla (grey dun) Fjord. Tanner came to Home of Hope in 2018 and won everyone’s hearts over. Before Tanner came to Home of Hope, he spent his days being loved on and ridden by children. He is very patient and LOVES attention. Tanner enjoys the winter months. You will most likely see him in the middle of the pasture with his super thick winter coat grazing while the others are under the shelter.
Scotch was born in 2000. He is a Dun Overo Paint gelding. Scotch came to Home of Hope in 2009. Scotch has been doing therapeutic riding and unmounted activities (grooming and leading) the longest out of all of our horses.Before arriving at Home of Hope, Scotch was a ranch and trail horse. Scotch is always the first horse to you in the pasture no matter how big the pasture is. He loves to rest his head on your shoulder and make himself known that he needs all of your attention. You will most likely find Scotch in the pasture not far from Shotgun and Stetson.
Stetson was born in 2005. He is a Sorrel Quarter Horse gelding. Stetson came to Home of Hope in 2015. Before Home of Hope, Stetson was involved in 4-H projects and is a trained barrel horse. He with Stetson loves to challenge his riders on looking where they want to go. He can be a little bossy with the other horses in the pasture and will tend to push them around, but is gentle with all his riders. He is full of personality! He is always looking for hats or zippers to play with. According to Stetson, plastic bags are the scariest things on this planet! Stetson is one of the first to greet you in the pasture, right behind Scotch.
Tee (donated by Marti and Coy Jenkins) (passed January 19th, 2020)
Tee was born in 1992 making her our oldest horse. She is a Flea-Bitten grey Quarter Horse mare. Tee came to Home of Hope in 2018. Before she arrived at Home of Hope, she was a mounted patrol horse for Rogers County in Claremore, Oklahoma. Tee loves the individuals she gets to work with. Her favorite thing is to be pampered and loved on. She is our go to unmounted horse for grooming and leading. You would never know she is the oldest horse with the way she acts in the pasture most days by frolicking with the other horses. If she is not grazing around the barn when you first drive in, she is most likely grazing or frolicking in the pasture with Homer or Luna.
Luna (purchased from Flying “A” Horse Ranch)
Luna was born in 2011. She is a Sorrel Quarter Horse mare. Luna came to Home of Hope in 2019 from Flying “A“ Horse Ranch in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. Luna did not take long to settle in at Home of Hope as she quickly stole the hearts of our individuals and our horses. She has a very sweet personality and loves to please her riders. Luna will stand all day long if it means she gets her neck and chest scratched. Luna is likely to be one of the first horses to meet you in the pasture. Although Luna is younger than some of the others that does not stop her from pushing around the geldings. She is mostly seen in the pasture grazing with Copper.
Todd (purchased from Roy Ingle)
Todd was born in 2004. He is a Liver Chestnut Halflinger/Quarter Horse cross gelding. Todd came to Home of Hope in 2018. Before Todd arrived at Home of Hope, he was used for kids and was even used as a roping horse. His best quality is his long mane and forelock. He offers a challenge to his riders as he teaches them how to use consistent leg pressure and to be very patient. Todd is very independent and can be seen in the pasture off by himself. He loves to go on trail rides!
Copper (purchased from Tina Gay)
Copper was born in 2004. He is a Sorrel Quarter Horse gelding. Copper came to Home of Hope in 2018 along with Todd. Before arriving at Home of Hope, Copper was used for trail riding and used as a roping horse. Copper was a bit nervous when he first arrived due to all the new changes. He took a little while to settle in. Now, Copper loves it here! He is very patient with every individual and offers a little bit of a challenge to anyone that is up for it. He loves to go for the occasional trail and will jump over any obstacle that lies in front of him, literally.
Homer (purchased from Travis Lewis)
Homer was born in 2002. He is a Brown and White Paint/ Thoroughbred cross gelding. Homer came to Home of Hope in 2018. He is always noticed because of his bright blue eyes. Before Home of Hope, Homer was used on the ranch doing just about everything! Homer took a little bit of time to settle in and did not like the sight of the halter in the beginning. Now, Homer is one of the first to come looking for treats. Homer has learned how to be very patient with a rider on his back.
Jack (donated from John and Ginger Gay )
Jack was born in 2004. He is a Palomino Missouri Foxtrotter gelding. Jack came to Home of Hope in 2019. Before Home of Hope, Jack was used in Parades and on the trail. Jack is very easy going and loves to please people. His most notable trait is his long wavy mane and tail. Being our only gaited horse, Jack teaches his riders the difference between a gaited horse and a non-gaited horse.
Jingle (donated from Marja Willis)
Jingle was born in 2015. He is a blue roan miniature horse. Jingle came to Home of Hope in 2020. Before Home of Hope, Jingle was at Blaze’s Tribute Equine Rescue where Marja Willis adopted him. He is a very curious little guy and loves to go be with the big horses. He will even try to pull you in the direction the big horses are just to go say hi. Jingle is one of our unmounted horses. He works with the individuals on handling and the care of the horse.
Simon (donated by Marja Willis)
Simon was born in 2010. He is a bay miniature horse with a beautiful LONG mane and tail. Simon came to Home of Hope in 2020. Before Home of Hope, Simon was at Blaze’s Tribute Equine Rescue where Marja Willis adopted him. While Simon was at the Equine Rescue they were treating his teeth as they had not been well cared for. Simon now has a bit of an underbite but that does not stop him from eating! Simon is one of our unmounted horses. He works with the individuals on handling and the care of the horse.