Before being a part of HorsePower, I belonged to a special lady who called me Star. When I got here, the volunteers thought it would be cute to call me Starbeth, short for ”Star of Bethlehem”. Since my coat is black and I have a huge white star on my forehead I am like the night sky and the bright shining star that was present when Jesus was born.
Albie was a gift to HorsePower from Matt & Melisa McGraw. Albie originally came from North Dakota when he was just 3 years old. His full name is Albie A Showtime Boy, and he lives up to his name. He loves attention from two legged and four legged friends, including dogs and cats. He enjoys a good ear rub and won’t complain if you spend a little time rubbing his neck. He has learned a couple of tricks over the years – pushing a gate open and then coming along side the gate to shut it, taking a bow for a small treat, and most helpful, he comes running when he is called.
I was named after Napoleon’s horse “Marengo”. I am an old soul who likes to please and I am truly all that embodies the “Spirit of the Horse”. I have an “S” on my forehead which I guess you could say stands for “Super Horse”. My granddaddy was a blue ribbon champion at the American Royal. I also love carrots!
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.
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”.
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.
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!
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!