Equus Therapeutic, Inc.
P.O. Box 1654, Lanesborough, MA 01237
(413) 841-2709

Our Horses


Annie is owned by one of

our board members, who is

generously loaning her to Equus

to fill in as needed. We are

lucky to have this great




You can also call her "Miss B." She's an

Icelandic horse who is on lease to us

until September 21, when she'll be a

Special Olympics superstar. She's

going home then, but we hope to

have her back next summer for

our young riders.



Elvis is "the King" of the Equus program.

He's the most versatile of our horses

and takes care of everyone from our

beginners to our most advanced riders.


Fizzbomb (aka Fizz or Fizzy)

This Appaloosa gelding entered

the program in June 2014. He is

proving to be a sturdy, steady guy

who loves his new job. Fizz enjoys

attention, and is just the right

size for little kids, big kids, and grown-ups too.


Thank you to Dianna and Tracie, Equus

volunteers whose generous donations

allowed us to purchase Fizz.



The super-sweet Honcho

was a favorite among

the summer program riders.

Unfortunately, he has to take

a rest due to a medical

condition. His owner, Kayla,

is making sure he gets the best of care.

Please send good

wishes his way, with hopes

that he is soon back in the




Our great pony Magic officially retired on June 30, 2014. He is now a companion to one other horse, owned by a longtime friend of Equus. He is living at a little private farm, where he gets to hang out in a grassy paddock and just take it easy.


We have started a scholarship fund in Magic's honor. Anyone who contributes a minimum of $50 to the fund will receive a 20-page hardbound book, written for children and filled with photos of Magic. To contribute to the fund, contact us by clicking here.


Also, thank you to the Berkshire Carousel, which has honored Magic by making a horse in his likeness!



Horse Wanted

We are currently looking for another horse to add to the program. We can accept a donation, or we can take a horse on a full or partial free lease. If you know of a sound, well-mannered horse, ideally between the ages of 8 and 15 (but older horses in good health also considered), please email us by clicking here.