Sandy is a 15 year old buckskin Tennessee Walking Horse. She is very curious and always wants to know what’s going on. If you are lucky enough to be grooming her, you’ll notice she’s always looking around. Sandy LOVES trail rides, she’s very friendly and she’s never met a person or horse she didn’t like.


Mystic is a 19 year old Spotted Saddle Horse. She’s the “herd mom” and she’s always looking out for everyone-two legged and four legged. She will be the first one to the fence to greet you and once she’s met you, she’ll want to take care of you! Mystic is an extrovert and she’s always talking. If you hang out long enough with her, you’ll learn to understand her conversational snorts.


Dory is a 7 year old Paint Horse. Dory is a people pleaser. When the humans are happy, Dory is happy. Dory loves treats and she loves her afternoon naps in the sun. Dory loves to trot and will happily carry you around the arena at a quiet, comfortable jog all day long!


Ranger is a 15 year old bay American Quarter Horse. Ranger loves his food and insists upon being the first to eat at every meal. He also loves to snuggle things, such as gates, fences and maybe even your arm! Ranger is quiet, calm and steady. He takes every day in stride and goes with the flow


Magic is chestnut thoroughbred. Magic has taught many children how to ride and when he is chosen for a lesson or a trail ride, his eyes light up. He LOVES to give pony rides and he LOVES people. Magic is a kind, gentle old soul.



Maggie is a quarter horse on loan to us from Amy Sims. Maggie was a barrel racer, but she didn’t enjoy it very much. Maggie is much happier carrying a rider down the trails at Lutheranch or helping a therapeutic rider grow in their confidence. Maggie loves to be brushed and will stand all day long if you have a curry comb in your hand!



Daisy is an appendix mare on loan to us from Amy Sims. Daisy competed in the show ring and she still loves to canter and jump! She loves to hand out with teenage girls and teach them how to go over a cross rail but she also enjoys a good trail ride through the woods.  Daisy is a diva and she believes everyone at the barn should pay attention to her.



Lightening is our resident unicorn, on loan to us from Josh Cash. Lightening was a barrel racer but now he enjoys serving as the unicorn for our pony parties. He enjoys teaching beginner riding lessons and has taught many children how to steer correctly. He’s never met a treat he didn’t love!



Mia is a draft horse and she’s Lutheranch’s largest horse, but don’t let her size fool you- she is a gentle giant! Mia has a floppy lip and loves to have her nose petted. She’s happy to mosey down the trails or teach riders how to canter on the lunge line.



Scout is our newest addition to the Lutheranch herd. He is a former trail horse and he loves to wander through the woods. He is a Tennessee Walking Horse which means he has a smooth, big stride.


Yes, Martin and Katie are not horses, but they are still an integral part of the equestrian program at Lutheranch. The brother and sister pair live at the barn and love to run up and greet guests when they arrive, looking for some petting and attention. When they are not busy chasing butterflies and grasshoppers, they can be found supervising riding lessons in the arena.