All of our horses and ponies had to meet very special requirements before coming to work with our Pegasus students. Their former careers are varied and helped prepare them for their jobs as therapeutic animals.
Approximately a dozen of our equine partners live at Pegasus Farm; the others live at our regional chapters. One thing we know for sure is that every one of them is an extremely valuable member of our team!
From time to time, a horse is ready to move on to another job or even retire. If you are in a position to help us find a good home for these horses, please call or email Sophia Rosenbloom at (845) 669-8235 x105 or email@example.com.
We just launched a new program called HorseCare Heroes! HorseCare Heroes are monthly donors whose gifts directly support the care of our incredible therapeutic horses at Pegasus Farm. Each eligible horse has a "YOU can be my HorseCare Hero" link in his or her bio. Click the link to read more about the program or to become a HorseCare Hero today. Our horses say, "THANK YOU!"
Meet Our Herd
AJ- Pegasus Farm Chapter
Hey everyone, my name is short and sweet so you can’t forget it, I’m AJ! I’m a bay quarter horse cross born in 1997. I was formerly a lesson horse over in CT, but I’m now a proud NY resident standing proud and tall at 15.2 hands.
Buttercup - Pegasus Farm Chapter
Why, hello there! I’m the lovely Princess Buttercup, and when I trot by, I have every prince and pirate in the realm looking my way. Of course, my cute palomino looks are just a bonus—I’m also an excellent athlete who used to show jump and give lessons. As a sturdy 14.1 Quarter pony born in 2006, I’ll have a lot to offer the Pegasus team for years to come!
Caarisma - Pegasus Farm Chapter
Hello, dahlings! La Caarisma here, and I’m so much more than a pretty face. I’m a 15-hand Arabian mare born circa 1999 in the great state of Iowa, and I worked for years as an endurance horse with my owner. My program schedule at Pegasus is quite a bit different, but I have adapted beautifully. I love my students and have flawless manners. I’m also a quick thinker and very eager to do the right thing the first time. When I’m not working, I spend quite a bit of time in the paddock staring at little Rosie, who fascinates me for some reason! In other words, life is pretty good for this fancy but hardworking rock star!
Casey - Pegasus Farm Chapter
Classico - Ox Ridge Hunt Club Chapter
Bonjour! My name is Classico and I'm a Tobiano/Warmblood gelding born in Canada circa 1996. I'm also known as "Mr. Personality" among my Ox Ridge Pegasus fans. I do love to horse around with all the toys during my lessons. You'll also find me in the costume class at the horse show. I'm the one looking right at the camera!
Duke - Pegasus Farm Chapter
I may share my name with the roughest, toughest Western dude in film, but I’m actually kind of a softy. That’s all right – a kind heart makes for a wonderful Pegasus horse! Speaking of hearts, I’ve been trying to give mine to Princess Buttercup, so if you see her around, put in a good word for me, OK? Just tell her the 16-hand, chestnut Quarter Horse cross in the barn says, “As you wish.”
Dundee - Kelsey Farm Chapter
Yo, guys! Check out my multicolored mane and awesome dorsal stripe! I'm Dundee, and I'm a Quarter Horse cross gelding about 13 hands tall and born circa 1997. My color is called "grullo" (grew-yo), which is Spanish for the word "crane" and is the rarest of all coat colors. In other words, don't try to find it in a box of crayons! You should see me jump. I still compete as a show pony, but it doesn't compare to working with my wonderful Pegasus students.
Freckles - Kelsey Farm Chapter
So, OK, I guess it's no mystery why my name is Freckles! I'm a hardworking Appaloosa gelding just like my dear friend Packer was, and boy, do I like to participate in shows and lessons. The Pegasus folks love my positive can-do attitude, and I love them right back!
Jack - Kelsey Farm Chapter
Hey, I'm Jack! I'm a chestnut gelding with unusual eyes, and my 14-hand pony build is a great fit for lots of riders. Now, you and I may have a slightly different opinion of how soon I should start trotting after you say "trot," but it's life's little differences that make things interesting, right?
Mac-A-Roani - Pegasus Farm Chapter
Who’s in the mood for pasta? Not me—I prefer my carbs in carrot form! I’m Mac-A-Roani (Roani for short), and I’m an adorable roan gelding Quarter Horse who is quite a smart guy too. I’m the perfect size (15.1), very friendly and always eager to please, so if you think I’d rather be somewhere other than Pegasus, well, that’s just fusilli!
Montana - Kelsey Farm Chapter
I'm Montana, the Chincoteague pony of Greenwich! Wow, that's a lot of geography. I love being a Pegasus therapeutic horse, and my favorite job is to help riders become independent. I'm a 14.2 dun gelding, and my students love the very unique marking on my neck - it looks like a water balloon that went splat!
Mr. Blue - Pegasus Farm Chapter
OK, I think there’s no mystery as to why my name is Mr. Blue (hint: it’s not because I did it “My Way”)! But, surprise - my other eye is brown! I’m a Paint cross pony gelding standing at about 13 hands, which makes me a great size for my riders. I used to be a hunter pace and lesson pony, and I’m a curious social butterfly around kids. Add in my quick step and good movement, and I’d say I have a nice mix of skills for my therapy pony job. Don’t just take my word for it, though—I was the 2016 PATH Intl. Region 1 Equine of the Year!
Petey - Kelsey Farm Chapter
Oh, hello - I'm Petey! I'm small but sturdy, and my students and volunteers think I look like an adorable toasted marshmallow. I love to work with a wide range of participants - beginners, seasoned riders ... no matter what, I'm happy!
Quiz- Pegasus Farm Chapter
Hi everyone, I’m Quiz but you certainly won’t need to be quizzed on how much I’m loving being a therapy horse. I am a stunning Dark Bay Percheron Thoroughbred born in 2002. My previous hobbies included eventing and first level dressage but now I’m a busy program horse at Pegasus Farm.
Sherman - Pegasus Farm Chapter
Who’s the huge Draft cross with the dainty trot? Why it’s me, Sherman, otherwise known as Twinkle Toes! I’m a 15.2 Dun born circa 2001, and like most big guys, I’m just a huge puppy dog. I started my career on the trails of Kentucky, and I’m enjoying the switch to English riding here at Pegasus. I LOVE people and attention, so this gig is working out just great!
Tyler - Pegasus Farm Chapter
Hey there! I’m Tyler, a 15.3 Hand dark bay Selle Francaise gelding. I’m more than just a pretty face you know. My history was being a show horse but I absolutely love my new line of work, which is working at Pegasus. In the past I’ve done junior jumpers, junior and working hunter and equitation over the years but now I’m offically a Pegasus horse ready to work in program.
Violet - Pegasus Farm Chapter
Hello up there, I’m Violet! I’m a sweet little miniature horse, My Pegasus friends tell me I was born to do this job, and that makes me so happy I could do a backflip! I was a petting horse at the Catskills farm where I grew up, so the unmounted program is right up my alley. My peanut size is kinda hard to resist, so I’m pretty popular with visitors and people who have never met a horse before. I’m a pint-sized equine ambassador!
Zaggy - Pegasus Farm Chapter
Hi there! My name is Zaggy, and I’m so happy to be joining the herd! I’m a gentle Holsteiner mare who stands 17 hands tall and was born circa 2008. Originally from Germany, I came to the U.S. when I was two years old and became a professional showjumper. My owner used to volunteer at Pegasus and knew I was the perfect sweetheart to embody their mission. So come say hi to me and my stuffed unicorn - we love visitors!