Our Mini Adventurers visit hospitals, nursing homes, schools, The Little Lighthouse, and more…they take therapeutic equine benefits to those who can’t travel to our barn.
Our miniature therapy horses offer joy, comfort, stress reduction, and increased socialization. The opportunity to develop a special connection with animals and participate in a gentle activity can also assist patients with motor, cognitive, and physical skills. The residents’ smiles during each visit are always big and bright!
Meet the Mini Adventurers
Velvet is registered as a Division A AMHR miniature horse. She has served as a Mini Adventurer at The Right Path since 2002. She may be a mini, but she has a huge personality! Her favorite costumes are the Princess Pony and Red-Nosed Pony.
Bam Bam, also a mini, has faithfully served at The Right Path since 1998 as both a Mini Traveler and in cart-driving. Although he now enjoys retirement, Bam Bam still appears as “Little Black” in our Horse Tales Literacy Project.
Send the Mini Adventurers on their next trip!
Help our Mini Adventurers visit even more people, spreading smiles to all!
Oh, the places they go!
Mini Adventurers travel in style!
Although, sometimes that style shocks the drive-through workers when they see a horse in the back of a truck!
BamBam as “Little Black” in our Horse Tales Literacy Project Field Days.
Bringing a little joy to the hospital!
The Little Lighthouse
It’s an exciting day at school when a Rainbow Pony comes to class!
Bristow Pumpkins in the Park Festival
The kids were thrilled to see Velvet in her Princess Pony costume!
The residents loved the Red-Nosed Mini!
Patients are not the only ones who enjoy it – staff at Stroud Health and Wellness love the mini horses too!
Cushing Christmas Parade
Princess Pony Photo Shoot