Milo is Equine Path's newest resident. We expect him to be a STAR teacher and facilitator. Milo has had the most excellent training in liberty and lead line work.
Tom came to us by way of a North Carolina kill pen and has brought so much fun and joy. Tom was a harness racer early on and then pulled a cart for the Amish. He is a massive Standardbred, with a heart just as large.
Vinnie was graciously donated to our program from a dressage program where he perfected the art of teaching lessons. He is quiet and kind hearted.
One of our first "teachers", Phantom continues to teach us daily. At 22 this retired Arabian still loves to play. Phantom has quite the list of accolades with the Arabian Horse Association.
Kentucky's Butterfly Rose aka Rosie is a retired American Saddlebred who has a long list of awards and has produced some pretty impressive Arabian cross babies. Rosie is 21 and has a few physical ailments, but is still happily grazing and playing. She loves long grooming sessions and treats.
We watched Harley (Harley Nite Breeze) teach barrel lessons until he injured his shoulder. He still enjoys trail rides and occasionally jets around the arena. Harley was adopted twice and returned to us. We are pretty sure he just wants to live out his days here.
Paris is a 21 year old Egyptian Arabian mare. She did a few shows, but lived most of her life as a brood mare, thus the swayed back. Paris still prances around our fields as though she knows how beautiful she is.
Apache is our "faith" horse. We completely stepped out on a limb, against all advice and agreed to accept a completely blind Appaloosa two years ago. He is a favorite of everyone! Come visit and take a dance with Apache!
Founded in 2018, Equine Paths Learning's mission is two fold. We rescue horses in need and help humans through equine facilitated learning (EFL). Often these two goals work together to create the magic of the perfect rescued horse as teacher for our EFL program.
Connection, Community, Compassion
We began our journey at a boarding barn (Starlite Stables) in Odenville, AL. As our herd of retirees grew, we moved to our own property at Double C Stables in Centre, Alabama. We are continuing to expand the farm and the barn, with our newest addition of stalls beginning in January 2021.