Meet Our Horses

Without our Horses we could not achieve the results we are aiming for. They are a a key element in our therapy sessions. At this point we do not own horses, but have generous horse owners donate their horse's time to our program. A good Therapy Horse is not easy to find. They have to display a calm and friendly demeanour and need to be obedient and responsive, they have to be steady and unphased by loud noises, fast movements and other scary things. A small to medium size horse makes it easier for the sidewalkers and builds confidence in the participants. We try to evaluate every potential therapy horse thouroughly, and only use horses that have the necessary traits - this way we ensure the safety and progress for all our participants and volunteers. If you want to donate your horse's time to our program, please contact us.


I am a beautiful white pony who was also donated to the NWTEA.  I share the field with lots of other horses on Lisa Hamer’s farm.  I came as a very energetic pony and it took me a long time to get accustomed to the NWTEA way.  But now I know what is expected […]


I am a very sweet pony.  Little girls love me, because I am white with tiny freckles on my face.  I love working with small children and love being brushed and pampered.  I share the yard with my best friend, Sylvester.  We live on Lisa Hamer’s farm.


I am a registered quarter horse.  I am a blue roan, from there my name. I am 7 years old and love to walk and trot. The older riders use me to ride independently.  I am a very loveable horse.  I love to shake and give the riders lots of giggles.


I am am an 13 year old Icelandic gelding .  My registered name is April fra Hestar , but everyone calls me Vlek.  It is a South African word for spot, due to the brown spot I have on my flank. I live with Jaco and Lisa Strydom in Terrace, BC. I am very […]

Precious Jewell

I am Precious Jewell, a 7 year old chestnut and white mare and I just Joined the NWTEA. Pictures and more info coming soon.