Leotie is a young Mustang mare who was once feral – living in the vastness of the Salt Wells, Wyoming open range until she was nearly 5 years old. In 2016 she was adopted by Dr. Hall and has underwent significant training to gentle and transition her to a life with humans.
Joey is Spotted Saddle horse whose lived a long active life as a domesticated horse. He is a gentle and empathic soul and keeps a close watch over the herd. Joey has many years of experience trail riding and competing in shows and obstacle course competitions with Dr. Hall. Joey enjoys his active lifestyle of pleasure riding and living the good life at the farm.
Tehya is a young Jenny (aka female) Burro that lived the life as a feral burro roaming the Mojave Desert in Arizona until she was gathered by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) at the age of 3 yrs. Tehya was adopted by Dr. Hall shortly after her gather in 2018 and was 10 months pregnant at the time. She is now a trained, gentle and loving equine. Tehya is the mother of Lewana.
Lewana is the foal of Tehya. She was born Sep 25, 2018. She is very playful and social and bears the nickname, Dora the Explorer. She loves attention. Lewana is often the first equine to greet visitors when they arrive.
Sally joined her new herd family as a 5 year old feral burro. She was gathered by the BLM in 2017 from the Twin Peaks, California region and remained in a government holding facility in California until adopted and brought to her forever home with Dr. Hall in 2020. Don’t let that strong stoic face fool you! She is a gentle-loving soul and a real “smart ass”.
Cookie S’more joined her new family as a 2 year old feral burro. She was gathered by the BLM in 2018 from the Buffalo Hills, Nevada region as a foal and remained in a government holding facility in California until adopted and brought to her forever home with Dr. Hall in 2020. Cookie is super sweet as her name suggests. The youthful and affectionate presence emerging from this young Jenny is heartwarming to behold.
Mya is a 5 year old feral mustang gathered by the Bureau of Land Management at the Maverick Medicine Herd Management Area, Nevada. She was adopted by Dr. Hall July 2021. Her gentling and training continues. She is very astute and playful with lots of energy. It is both rewarding and pure joy to be part of her transformation.
Ghost arrived at Equitopian Escape farm April 27, 2022 in need of much medical attention, food, and love. He settled in quickly at his forever home with Dr. Hall and the rest of the herd and is looking very handsome these days.