Coco...If he could talk his tag line would be "Scratch my butt"
Colour: Bright Blue
Coco is a smaller horse with a lovely temperament. He's great with kids and adults like, and is sometimes one of our kids party horses. His little quirk is that he LOVES his butt being scratched...which can be a little disconcerting if he starts backing up to you!
Born: Unsure, but we believe 2011 give or take a year
Ginger is a cool we horse. More woo than go, but picks herself up nicely when ridden by an experienced rider. Very pretty and super stable, she gives her riders a nice
grounded feeling that makes you feel secure. Ginger loves her food, enjoys a variety of activities, and is one of our favourite party horses for kids birthday packages.
Breeze, our one-eyed pony
Born: Approx. 2003
Breeze came to us as a pony who had had cancer that was in remission. Unfortunately is came back in his eye and we made the decision to remove his eye and hopefully save his life. This has worked thus far and he is a happy wee pony and a firm favourite with the kids. He's been going strong with one eye since 2016 and we have our fingers crossed for many more fun filled years with him.
Esse - AKA "Little horse"
Colour:...that's a bit complicated - blue/pink/purple for now haha!
Esse is a cute wee horse with a sweet baby face, in fact some say she looks younger than the 2 year old on the property! Despite her small size she can definitely hold her own with the big horses and keeps up with them no trouble! She loves taking out people who know a little bit, or kids on a lead rein. Happy up front or tucked in the line up - she's a cool little horse.
Barney - the newest member of the trekking family
Colour: Purple (like the dinosaur!)
Barney came to us when we were in desperate need of a few bigger horses, and he has been awesome! He's got a lovely trot and big canter, and absolutely loves being out and working...in fact he use to slow down on the way home, sad it was going to be over soon.
Sidney, aka Sid
Sidney is a (big) baby of the trekking family but has had heaps of exposure in her young life. She's a really sweeties and is doing very well being ridden by guides and confident customers. We're enjoying getting to know her personality and watching to see how much bigger she is going to grow, currently sitting at 16 hands.
Nick came to us after is life as a race horse came to an end. He had never been ridden in a saddle before so for the foreseeable future he will be being ridden by our guides. He's a lovely boy who likes attention and takes comfort in his people. Nick arrived with the name Jack Nicholson, but we have a Jack on site all ready and two was just a bit confusing - so Nick it is. He likes tailing along at the back of rides and is finding his place with the herd.