Meet the incredible horses who call EquiCenter home!

Each of our herd members is unique and offers a different ride for our participants, but they all have one thing in common, they are incredibly special and help change lives each time they step into the ring.


Haflinger Gelding

Alf is a 21-year-old Halflinger pony standing about 14 hands tall. He is super cute and calm making him the perfect therapeutic riding pony for all the kids. 


Clydesdale Cross Gelding

Before joining our herd in 2011, Benji was a preliminary level eventer. Now, his students learn from his responsiveness and engaging gates. He stands an impressive 17 hands and makes any rider feel on top of the world!


Haflinger Mare

Carissa stands 14.2 hands high and makes a great mount for both children and adults! She is tolerant and patient, especially when her riders play games and use lesson props. Her sure footedness and quiet nature make her a favorite on the trails!


Haflinger Gelding

Ferdy is a 17-year-old Haflinger gelding that stands abut 14.3 hands tall. After a few years learning dressage, he is now happy to call EquiCenter home. Ferdy has a kind eye and enjoys working with our students, staff, and volunteers.


Belgain Cross Mare

Kitty is a big, beautiful lady from Virginia where she use to Fox Hunt. She is a curvy 21-year-old Belgian Cross standing about 16.2 hands tall. she enjoys her new career as a therapy horse.


Thoroughbred Gelding

Handsome Mavrick is 21 years old, stands at 16.1 hands, and has had an extensive career. He was a race horse until 7 years old, then had a successful eventing career, earned his bronze medal in dressage, and now enjoys his lighter workload as a therapy horse.


Mustang Gelding

Ranger is 8 years old and stands about 14.3 hands. He has been here for almost 2 years and has shown potential for our adaptive riding program. He loves people and attention, is patient, and willing to learn new things. 


Percheron/ QH Gelding

A 16-year-old Percheron/Quarter Horse gelding, Smokey has overcome his shy nature to quickly become a favorite here at EquiCenter. Smokey stands about 16.1 hands tall.


Mustang Gelding

Tango is a 3-year-old bay mustang gelding.  He stands well to be groomed, picks up feet easily, and has been on a trailer.  He is getting taller every day and started to fill out into a handsome looking horse.


Percheron Cross Mare

Autumn joined EquiCenter in 2014. She is 16.2 hands high and impressively wide! Autumn is one of the younger horses in our herd and is great at helping our independent adult riders learn more advanced riding skills.


Miniature Gelding

Buddy joined our herd in 2008. He is one of two miniature horses that calls EquiCenter home. He stands 33 inches high. Buddy is trained to drive and helps teach our participants how to groom, lead and even long line.


Irish Draft Gelding

After retiring from his fox hunting days in Geneseo, Clover came to us needing a less physically challenging job. He is a 22-year-old Irish Draft standing just over
16 hands tall. He has a sweet,
easy-going personality making him a favorite of many.


Irish Draught Gelding

A 21-year-old Irish Draft gelding standing 16.2 hands tall, Harley has been with EquiCenter since 2008. A former jumper, he loves second career as a therapy horse. Harley is is the jokester around the barn.





Quarter Horse Gelding

Moose is a 26-year-old Quarter Horse from Buffalo who is choosing to spend his retirement at EquiCenter. He is kind, patient, and loved by all. This sophisticated gentleman stands about 15.1 hands tall. 


Miniature Gelding

Richie is a 25-year-old miniature gelding who came to us from Begin Again Horse Rescue. He became great friends with Buddy and enjoys his new job teaching students how to groom and lead horses. 


Thoroughbred Gelding

Solo is a retired thoroughbred gelding. 


Haflinger Gelding

Wally is a 14 hand tall Haflinger. Although he was a bit stubborn to start, he has softened up and is now a joy to work with.


Mustang Gelding

Originally from Green Mountain Wyoming, Beacon is a 7-year-old black gelding. His name references satellite communications used in the military where signals are sent out to connect with the beacon. 


Hanovarian Mare

Carina stands about 16 hands tall and has a history of doing many Hunter Jumper competitions as well as being a lesson horse. Now that her jumping days are over, she is settling well into her new life of giving adaptive riding lessons.


Paint Gelding

His name says it all, Dream is a dream to work within many different lessons. He is 16 years old and stands about 15.2 hands tall.


Paint Pony Gelding

Scout is a 24 year old paint pony gelding, who has a long history of being a 4H pony; competing in everything from jumping to barrel racing. He has been with us for just under a year, but nearly everyday someone is recognizing Scout from his previous endeavors! 


Welsh Pony Gelding

This petite little man is a 22-year-old Welsh pony who stands 14 hands tall. He loves getting groomed and taking long walks in the field. 

North Star

Mustang Gelding

North Star is a 3-year-old sorrel mustang gelding. He is easy to lead, stands well to be groomed, picks up feet easily, and has been on a trailer.  He loves attention and will be ready to excel in his next career.


Mustang Mare

Sierra is one of our newer mustangs. She is just starting to trust people by allowing them to touch her and put a rope over her neck. 


Percheron Mare

Star is a 20-year-old Percheron/Thoroughbred standing 17.2 hands tall. She retired from fox hunting in Geneseo and has joined our term serving veterans.


Quarterhorse Gelding

Standing at 15 hands tall, this quarter horse is an experienced gentleman at 23 years old. He was a lesson horse at a different barn, and is now enjoying the lighter work of a adaptive riding program in his golden years

Photographs courtesy of Maria Spinelli.

"One can never consent to creep when one feels an impulse to soar." ​-Helen keller

Our horses make our programs possible. 

Each of our horses is carefully managed to keep them healthy and happy to continue their important work. It costs $5,000 a year to care for a horse in our herd. If you are interested in making a gift to support our herd, please use the button below.