Tango, is a quarter palomino gelding our first horse and has been with us since 2013. He has cushings disease a pituitary disease and is not currently ridden but an asset to the equine program. Tango has a special meaning to the HHI program as he represents Dr Stephens’ oft repeated motto “it takes two to tango” .



Karats (named for the diamond on her nose) is a beautiful roan Palomino Quarter Arab mare who came to us Easter of 2015. She loves to canter and lift her beautiful blonde tail high in the air. She is often seen close to her buddy, tango.



Peanuts is a black and white miniature mare with a two tone mane and tail. We sometimes call her cow girl due to her markings like a cow! She is bonded with Gracie, a grey appaloosa mare.



Gracie, a grey appaloosa mare, came to us in August of 2016 from a miniature rescue nonprofit in walnut creek called Angels for Minis.