Ember is a middle-aged year old Norwegian fjord mare. She is 13.2 hands high and loves treats. She is sponsored by Dr. Dan Duta Medical Corp. (with wife Dina and daughter Gillian)
Floella is a middle-aged, 14.2 hand high New Forest Pony mare with a quick step and a quick mind. She was donated by Drena Young and is sponsored by E.P. Carson in memory of Marilyn Carson.
Josefa is a 15 hand high, middle-aged fjord mare who was donated to CTRA in 2013 by Anita Goodfellow. Josefa is hard working and gentle member of the team who takes her job very seriously. Josefa is sponsored by the Ladysmith Health Care Auxiliary.
Leo is a 15.1 hand high middle-aged quarter-horse cross. He is a well-rounded school master originally from Smithers BC and partially donated by Loree I'Anson. Leo's alias is "Hollywood" as his sun-bleached good looks turn many a mare's head in the barn. As is appropriate for his name, Leo is sponsored by the Malahat Lions Club.
Red is a 15.2 hand high, 15 year old, middle-aged quarter horse gelding. Red has a background in eventing and was donated by the Winship family.
Sage is a 14 hand high, middle-aged Norwegian fjord mare. She has done a little bit of everything in her past, and her unflappable nature reflects this. She is generously on loan to the CTRA program from Lauretta Carrat.
Tonka is a 16 hand high, middle-aged percheron/Arabian mare. Tonka's name comes from Tonka toy trucks and means "Great" or Big" in the Dakota-Sioux language. Tonka was donated by Bobbi-Jo Scharff.
Smokey is a middle-aged, bay, quarter-horse gelding. He is described as the "coolest cucumber" of them all. Smokey is sponsored by the staff of Island Savings.
Polly is a sensible mare with a fancy trot that is used to accommodate the youngest/smallest participants in the adapted equestrian vaulting program. Her purchase was made possible through funding from Variety - the Children's Charity.
Picasso is a tri-colour paint that works with the older/larger/more experienced adapted equestrian vaulting participants. Picasso was also purchased with funding from Variety - the Children's Charity.