My full name is “Chiefs Rebel Cheyenne”. I am the only horse in the HorsePower Herd with blue eyes. I am one of the largest horses but an very patient, gentle and love learning new things. I was born and raised right here in Missouri.
I’m one of the shyest in the herd even though I have ridden in parades and worked around livestock. HorsePower is great for helping rebuild my confidence, but I still prefer a soft touch and gentle, quiet movements. I’m one of the tallest in the herd and I’m also the reddest – kind of like the color of copper penny. Some horse people would call my coloring sorrel and some would say chestnut. I have white on my right, hind leg above my hoof and a few white hairs on my head. Maybe you can rub me there when I meet you.
I am considered a “Buckskin” which means I am tan with dark mane and tail. I am a Quarter Horse and I used to like to run really fast – in fact I even got to carry a barrel racer for 3 years. I’ve participated in Fun Shows with my previous family and have even been a first lesson horse for a 4 year old girl!
Did you know that Paso Fino means “Fine Walker”? And that’s exactly how I present myself, full of confidence while being very smooth. I am the perfect size for HorsePower Students – not too big and not too small. I like to be the center of attention with humans and with the herd. When people first meet me they often use the word “Sassy”.
I am a sweet mare and though I don’t look like a Paint horse, I am registered! My coloring is described as Bay / Overo. I have a star on my face, front white pasterns, and hind stockings. The white spot on my left shoulder is what makes me a Paint.
I am the lightest colored horse in the HorsePower herd and like to consider my mane and tail “silver”. I am a Missouri Fox Trotter – which means all my ancestors started out in the Ozark Mountains right here in Missouri. I have ridden lots of trails in Missouri and Kansas and I love camping. I really enjoy sweet talks from my human friends whispered in my ear – I’m also a great listener. I’m named after the Texas A&M mascot – but my name also is a musical tune used to wake up soldiers in the mornings.
Albie was a gift to HorsePower from Matt & Melisa McGraw and served as an amazing program horse for nearly 8 years. Albie was accepted for study at the University of Missorui Veterinary Health Center where he will continue helping others through equine studies regarding COPD and Congestive Heart Failure.
Marengo is enjoying his well deserved retirement and green pasture with his best friend Starbeth at Ms. Nancy’s home in Greenwood.
Starbeth was a special partner to HorsePower students for over 9 years. She is now enjoying being spoiled rotten with her BFF Marengo at Ms. Nancy’s home in Greenwood.
Rocky has retired from HorsePower to be a lesson horse for some special students at Rock Island Ranch. We are thrilled that he can thrive getting one on one attention while strutting his stuff!
Pepe blessed HorsePower for over 7 years. He is retired and living happily with Charmer in Stillwell, KS where he has his own stall and awesome green pasture!
Charmer blessed HorsePower for over 7 years. Charmer is retired and living happily with Pepe in Stillwell, KS where she has her own stall and awesome green pasture!