Our Horses

Kaiserkrone (a.k.a. Krone)

The 26 year old Standardbred mare was the heart and soul of the Herd. She looks back on a seven year long racing carrier and was the mother of eight "children". After teaching typical children how to ride for several years, she gave her love and attention to the special needs children from The Children's F.E.A.T. Countless kids have had their first horse encounter on her back. Krone's energetic and powerful attitude inspired the clients and the team. Her grace, despite her big body, was a great tool for metaphoric learning.
The heart and soul of Children's F.E.A.T. "Kaiserkrone" past away peacefully on October 23, 2011.



This 7 year old miniature horse mare was purchased with a generous donation from the Florida Amateur Driving Club. Her non-intimidating size makes her the favorite of the more timid clients. Jenny is the star of the therapeutic driving program. This intelligent and strong minded miniature horse is a great addition to the EAP program. Despite her size she knows how to stand her ground.


Glenrock (a.k.a. Buddy)

This 6 year old Thoroughbred gelding was donated to the charity by his owner and breeder because of his lack of competitive spirit. When Buddy joined the foundation's horse family, he was too inexperienced to be a therapy horse for special needs children, but his size and gender make him a perfect EAP horse.


Double Platinum (a.k.a. Double)

The 21 year old Standardbred mare came to Florida to assist her friend and former racing partner Kaiserkrone when she got hurt and needed a break. Double adjusted to her new job in no time and showed great passion and spirit for the children. Next to being the angel for the most vulnerable children, her calm attitude and confidence impacts EAP clients in a positive way.

Double Platinum

Mariah (our unicorn)

The 12 year old Arabian mare was abused by her first owner, later rescued and trained in natural horsemanship by horse lovers and then donated to the Foundation. She is a great addition to the program and never tires out in her new job. Mariah services the children with Therapeutic Horseback Riding. As member of the EAP team she shows a strong personality triggered by the fight and flight reflex. She is the diva of the program.



The 26 year old former show jumper joined the herd in terrible condition. After years of starvation, the team was able to nurse him back to health. Thanks to the financial support of his previous owners he is now able to enjoy his retirement. As the only male in his group he is enjoying the attention of the ladies. He contributes wisdom and experience to the program.