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Belle is a 16 year old, sorrel quarter horse mare who has come out of retirement to try out a new career.   Before she retired Belle was quite the athlete and a very busy lady.  She chased cows, competed in barrel racing and reining, and loved to hit the trail with her owner.  But Don’t let her age fool you, she is still very athletic and has a lot of energy.  She’s always ready to get to work and do her best, even though she is still learning what her new job is all about.  She is curious, sweet, and eager to please which will make her a wonderful addition to the Silver Lining Riding program.  Welcome to our herd Belle!!

Indy is the class clown of the Silver Lining herd. He is a 20 year old Connemara/Quarter Horse mix who stands at 15 hands tall.

Indy is super sweet and super lazy. He loves to take it easy and go slow, as well as gobble up all his treats!

Indy is currently sponsored by:

The LaClair Family - Gold Horse Sponsor


Indiana Jones  a.k.a. "Indy"

Biscuit is extremely curious and playful which makes him a favorite with our students.  He is a quarter horse who stands 15.2 hands tall. 

Voted 2019 horse of the year!

Biscuit is currently sponsored by:

Cindy Davis - Bronze Horse Sponsor  

Fabah Serr, a.k.a "Fabito" is a straight Egyptian Babson Arabian gelding.  He is a retired National and Regional show horse with multiple championships under his belt in Working Western division classes.  However, his favorite job has always been trail horse.  He is a small but mighty little bay horse.   Fabah is known for his "work horse" work ethic, his kind manner and sweet temperament.  Fabah is honored to be in training as a Silver Linings Riding horse.  He loves people, so this is a great fit for him.

Belle Rio

Padma is a 12 year old Clydesdale mare who is red roan in color (unusual for a Clydesdale).  She was brought into the program when it became obvious that she loves people and most importantly, she loves to be petted and groomed.  Typical of draft horses, she isn’t a fan of going fast so her riders really have to work to get her to trot!  But her sweet and friendly disposition has made her a favorite with her riders

To sponsor one of the herd, contact us at

Each horse goes through a thorough vet check and a 90-day evaluation in order to determine if this is the job for them.  If you are interested in donating a horse to our herd, please email the completed Horse Donation Form to  Please include each of the horse's history, physical information and your contact.

Horse Donation Form.

The Horses