Equine Assisted Therapy  |  Winchester WI  |  TEL: 715-493-3534

Horses : The Real Staff

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Roanie - Headschool Master

Our headschool master, he was the one who chose to work with kids on the Autism Spectrum. His quiet and understanding soul helps each student become confident. He always listens to each voice and actually smiles when their first word is “Roanie”.

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Norm

20 year old Leopard Appaloosa gelding. Norm is gentle and has a huge heart with tons of patience. He loves to trail ride and enjoys being in parades. He’s been a program horse for five years -kids call him “Dapple-apple” because of his spots.

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Wrangler

22 year old regular non-character paint gelding. He’s been on staff for eight years and has quiet and very gentle even flowing gaits. His steady gaits make him an excellent school horse.

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Flip

18 year old Morgan. 15 hands is a riding plus driving horse, so he has two jobs. His gaits are shorter in strides, so he is quicker in movement than the other staff members. He is new to our program this year, but loves kids.

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Marshall (Mush)

15 yrs Belgium/Appaloosa , gelding, 16.3 hds . Retired Police Horse, came to us 1 yr ago. He a gentle giant, who loves to give hugs and adores his students. He is always willing to please. Mush's size has now allowed us to start vaulting again, he can carry 3 kids on his back.

Our Dogs:

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LuLu

Three year old Lab/Border Collie. Little girl, She is our official greeter, ball in mouth and tail wagging! She has a spirit to win your heart over and make you smile. She works on catching balls that are thrown, helping with motor skills and eye coordination with students.

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Macy Mae

Six year Chocolate Lab female. She is quiet and well mannered. Macy seems to hang out with shy kids, she gives them the confidence to ride.

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Slick

Yes! my pic is upside down cause I'm a funny, goof around kind of guy. I'm a 4 year old terrier mix who loves to greet everyone with my happy, loving personality. I love to show the kids how I ride horses! Welcome!