This sweet mare loves people and loves her job! She is a strong independent horse that was made for trail riding!
Shorty is an awesome little guide horse. He has a sweet personality and does his job well.
This lovely girl was a PMU mare, she was a brood mare, bred for the harvest of the estrogen in her urine for hormone replacement for women. Being confined most of her life, she now enjoys living in a large pasture.
We adopted Honey from a private owner
Jaxon is an easy going horse. He is a favorite with the kiddos and beginner riders as well as riders with more experience due to his good demeanor can do attitude.
We adopted Jaxon from a private owner
Herman is a good ol' cowboy horse. He loves his job taking people on the beach and ranch alike.
This tall handsome guy is really enjoys his job. He always comes to work with a great attitude.
Before Skeeter joined the Horse N Around herd he worked on a cattle ranch. Skeeter is a tried and true horse that always gives his best!
We adopted Skeeter from a private owner
Tank is what we affectionatley refer to as a "husband horse". He is well behaved and makes his rider feel like a pro!
Elmer is one cool dude, this big guy used to be a work horse in an Amish community. He has a chilled out personality and loves his job.
Hotrod is the first horse Sarahbeth purchased on her own. He is an amazing horse that is a push over for treats.
Victor used to be a pony horse at Golden Gate Fields taking race horses to the starting gate. Now he blazes the trail!
Frank is a big goofball and always looking for treats! Riding Frank is a bit like riding a sofa , big and comfy!
We adopted Frank from a small horse rescue
Marley is an amazing horse that loves her job! She happily takes kids and adults down the trail .
We adopted Marley from a private owner
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Koa is a gentle giant, he may be tall but he is a level headed lovebug. Koa is a Hawaiian name that means " warrior" or " brave". It is also the name of a Hawaiian acacia tree with a rich red wood used for making canoes, fine furniture and jewelry.
We adopted Koa from a private owner
Rosie is a beautiful red horse with a sunny personality! She meets us at the gate every morning. Rosie has a special place in our hearts as we inherited Rosie from a dear friend.
Dottie is a very well trained young lady. She is independent and a terrific guide horse.
Tonka is our gentle giant, he takes riders big and small. This guy is quite the character, his personality is as big as he is!
Flour came to use from the Marin Humane Society. She came in with Salty and Barley and all 3 were neglected. She is an energetic, healthy pony that powers down the trail.
We adopter Flour from Marin Humane Society
Calamity Jane and Wild Bill are best buds. She is a well trained handy mare that is confident on the trail.
Sugar was originally trained as a western pleasure show horse. She prefers the wide open spaces of trail riding more than arena work.
Kahlua is an incredibly sweet mare that loves her job. Flour is Kahlua's best friend , you can often find them hanging out in the pasture together.
We adopted Kahlua from Sonoma County Animal Control in 2010
Sarahbeth refers to Chica as her Ferrari. She is a patterned barrel horse. She is handy and level headed, that makes her an extraordinary guide horse.
Originally from Texas, Traveler has come a long way to join our herd! With a sensible brain and handsome looks he is an awesome part of out team.
Willy is a bit shy however he has a kind heart . He is a solid trail horse and a good team mate. Willy is buddies with Calamity Jane.
Dante is new to our herd!
Cy is one of Sarahbeth's personal horses. He is a very lively pony and a guide favorite. You can often see him playing with other horses in the pasture.
Lucas is king of the pasture! He is a confident leader and loves his job! His favorite trail snack is the purple flowers on thistle.
Honeydew is very talkative and has a great " laugh". She is sweet and loving!