After months of renovations, we moved our horses over to Sunrise and we have our stable license! The horses seem very happy with their light, airy stalls. They can see each other too! MOCHA takes a look around! We rescued him from the former Cedar Lane years ago so he is coming back to a […]
With sad hearts we share the news that Max the hardworking pony at Lynne’s has passed away. We hope he is enjoying many carrots in the pasture in the sky. He was very old, had a good life and was much loved by our riders.
Here is a great article about Chris Irwin’s visit to GallopNYC. Thanks NY State Horse Council for your support!
A friend of GallopNYC has donated her retired dressage horse, Rusty. He’s a beautiful horse and we have sent him to a rural barn for the summer to work with our rider, Lauren. Lauren wrote to the donor to thank her: I have Cerebral Palsy–a chronic disability that inhibits functionality in the primarily physical extremities […]
Now that Gracie has gone back to her camp, we have adopted a new pony – a Haflinger/Morgan cross. His name, for now, is Apple Jack. Suggestions for new names are welcome — all our equines are named for a positive character trait. Leading contenders for this pretty pony are Zesty Leader Cheerful Let us […]
Horse News reports on Irwin Clinic
The gaudy bulb display is over and the plum tree is out of bloom — but wow! Have you seen the lilacs? This is the first time the white ones have bloomed! And the irises have just begun: Don’t they look lovely with the last of the tulips? And have you noticed the columbines? There […]
Latest news from GallopNYC! Spring is here (We think!) and we are BUSY! Plus our new horse, Pride! (click on images to enlarge).
GallopNYC welcomed new horse “Confederate Prize” this week, a rescue given to us by the @StandardbredRetirementFoundation. He’s sweet, polite and BIG! We probably will rename him once we get to know him a bit. For now, he’s settling in and meeting the team.