Our Horses

Equine Expressions ...

Hi. My name is Gidget. I was foaled in 1999. I'm a Quarter Horse and my color is chesnut.

I am from the great O.C. and I like moonlight walks on the private beaches in Laguna with the ocean waves tickling my feet. I'm an international jet-setter - and I just KNOW everybody wishes they were me!

'Sup? Name's Checkers. I was foaled in 1994 and I'm an Appaloosa.

I am a proud graduate from the Rubidoux High School FFA program. I graduated high school in 2012 and was lovingly adopted by Marissa Engel who has been volunteering at Queen of Hearts since 2009.  Check this out - Marissa also graduated from Rubidoux High School in 2012 - What a co-ink-a-dink!! I have a lot of fun volunteering here at Queen of Hearts and I'm so glad Marissa lets me stay here.

Howdy, y'all, My name is Lena. I was foaled on May 16, 1993. I'm a dark bay Quarter Horse.

I'm not quite from these here parts, but darn near close to it. I was born in Utah, but recently hung my hat in Murrieta - where I was one heck of a barrel racer. Yes, my ears do go forward as my picture testifies. I love my stall and I love my food. If you bring me food, I may let you visit in my stall. Ask Ms. Robin first, though, 'cuz I may try to nibble your fingers instead!

Hey, there! My name is, like, Candy. I was foaled on April 30, 2002. I'm a naturally palomino Quarter Horse.

OMG! I am like SOOO excited to be here! I'm totally from around here and I'm like way too cool for shoes. I like - make that LOVE - having my nose touched and back scratched. You know I'm so like - you know - so cool about it. Feel free to take my picture - just make sure you get my good side. But who am I kidding? I have no bad side! I was registered as Boot Shine.

Howdy, y'all. My name is Soxy. I was foaled somewhere around 1982, but who's keeping track" I'm a Quarter Horse and my color is Bay.

I grew up in Jurupa Valley and I've participated in all kinds of shows and I love to go on trail rides. I'm a "been there, done that" kind-of-guy,  so there's not much that goes on around here that I can't handle. If you are a little scared, don’t worry, I know the ropes and I'll take good care of you.

Sponsor a specific horse, or donate any amount to the general program. $6250 provides feed and care for each horse for a year.

Go to our Donate page for details - or to learn how to donate a horse to QOH!