Let our little horses bring joy and happiness to your facility. At 29″ tall and a mere 135 pounds, Ruby the miniature horse and her friends are welcome visitors. These little horses can come inside and visit with residents, staff, guest and families. Visits bring smiles of joy lifting spirits creating lasting connections and memory sharing.
Additionally, our specially trained pony based visits provides a unique opportunity for your residents to learn fun facts about horses, and to expand their knowledge and confidence while visiting with these amazing animals.
We can provide community support to law enforcement agency assisting with community outreach efforts. Our little horses build positive relationships within the community, especially in high risk areas.
all in the comfort and familiar surroundings of your facility.
Our Little Horses are only 29” tall, making them welcomed visitors.
Favorite Places to Visit
Assisted Living Communities
Libraries (The ponies can “read” to the children)
A trained Miniature Horse visit, could be just the thing to bring excitement to your facility or corporate event! Let us bring the ponies to you!
E-mail or call (503) 710-2092 for more information on how we can support you.
Oregon Dream Ponies fulfills a lifelong dream for Bob & Kim Taylor. Growing up in an urban lifestyle, Kim rode every pony ride in Oregon dreaming all the while of having a horse for her very own. As a child, Kim tried to convince her mom that there was room for a pony to live in the garage.
Bob's dream of owning property and running a family business became a reality in June of 2010, when they purchased 5 beautiful acres in Newberg, Oregon. The Taylors now enjoy the peace and hardwork of an agrarian lifestyle with 12 ponies & horses, a bunch of chickens, 2 ducks, 4 dogs, 1 cat and 2,000 Christmas Trees at the Taylor Hillside Farm and Ranch.
The Sunshine Project: Day 1 ~ Introduction Meet Sunny, a 3-month old foal. She came from a wild herd on the Yakama reservation in Washington. The Yakama Nation has about 12,000 wild horses on 1.2 million acres. Her full name is Sunshine. She came to Oregon Dream Ponies to be trained by Natalie, one of Cowgirl Kim's oldest and most experienced riders. Sunny is a very curious foal!
Natalie, the working student has figured out a name for the sweet wild filly. Introducing Sunshine or “Sunny” for short. Next up, Natalie will be sharing a short introduction to Sunny. Thanks for staying tuned to now what we will call “The Sunshine Story”. ... See MoreSee Less
The Sunshine Project: Day 1 ~ Introduction
Meet Sunny, a 3-month old foal. She came from a wild herd on the Yakama reservation in Washington. The Yakama Nation has about 12,000 wild horses on 1.2 million acres. Her full name is Sunshine. She came to Oregon Dream Ponies to be trained by Natalie, one of Cowgirl Kim's oldest and most experienced riders. Sunny is a very curious foal!