SDRA School Horses


Anni is a 7 year old Norwegian Fjord mare who stands about 14.2 hands.  Anni has experience as a dressage horse and jumps too! While Anni is new to the program, she is settling in well and promises to be a favorite ride for many of our students!

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Bill Murray

Bill is a ten hand pony who is used for small children. Bill is a good boy who loves to be taken out by the older children to canter and jump.


This is Butters. She is an amazingly kind horse who is gentle and sensitive. Butters is a favorite among our students to take on a trail ride. She has a brisk walk and is brave and tolerant.



Dolly Flower

Dolly is an 11 year old quarter horse and fjord cross mare who has a lovely personality. She is about 14.2 hands tall and is a very gentle mare who loves people and free time in the pasture.



Emma is a 5 year old quarter pony who is just staring to do lessons. She is forward and going who enjoys jumping.

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Hugo is a 12.3 hand Welsh pony who has been with SDRA for over two years. Hugo has an extensive show history at both county and USEF horse shows. Pony is a fun ride who can be playful. He loves turn out with Bill Murray.  Often you will see them running and playing together in the pasture.


Hugo Jumping



Mikie is a sixteen year old appendix quarter horse who SDRA has had for about a year. Mikie is a good dressage horse and jumper who is nicely forward.


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Ski Hut

Ski Hut is an eighteen year old gelding who has shown all over the east coast in Children’s Jumpers. Ski is now semi retired and is limited to jumping 2’6″. He is a big 16.3 powerful horse who is used for advanced lessons. As you can see from his photo one of Ski’s favorite activities is rolling after a workout!



Storm is an 11 year old paint gelding who loves to trail ride. His history includes trail riding, being a lesson horse, and all around good guy.


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In addition to these horses we have several privately owned horses that we use for instruction.

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