Meet Our Geldings.....


Tanner is a sorrel Arabian gelding that was donated to Camp Y-Noah in November of 2011.  He was born approximately 2002 and he is sweet boy but tends to be very cautious.  You’ll recognize him by his athletic physique, flashy white legs and high tail carriage in the arena.  He enjoys trail rides and jumping lessons.


Copper is a sorrel Shetland pony born approximately 1990 so he is now in his twenty's.  He was donated to Camp Y-Noah in June 2010 by the Akron Zoo.  His hobbies include hanging out with his best friend Snowy and breaking into the feed room when no one is looking.  He is always up for a trail ride adventure and is a perfect fit for many of our smaller riders. 



Jack is a handsome 15.3 hand bay colored Quarter Horse.   Although this talented gelding is fantastic in the arena and loves a leisurely trail ride.  Jack is truly a cowhorse.  Larry & Eleanor Gray owned and branded Jack as a steer roping horse on their farm in Charm, Ohio.  The LEG Brand you see on his left rear is their initials. Jack arrived at Camp Y-Noah in late April 2014. Because of his size and talents he has quickly become a favorite. 

Black Jack

Black Jack is a 13 hand quarter pony born approximately 1999.  He was donated to Camp Y-Noah in November of 2010.  Don’t let his small stature fool you this little guy is one of the leaders of our herd and makes sure to let everyone know it.  He is mischievous and playful in the pasture, but once he’s in the arena he is a spitfire; jumping barrels is easy work for this pony. 


Max is a handsome 15 hand registered quarter horse born January 1999.  He arrived at Camp Y-Noah in June 12, 2014.  He is a beautifully trained western pleasure horse that carries himself with grace.  He can do a beautiful slow western jog, or a nice forward trot, all you have to do is ask!  He is easy to steer and a good listener, we love having him on our team.  Max will also give you a big cheesy smile if you offer him a treat! 


 Born in April 2000 Friedrich is a 14.1 hand sorrel haflinger.  He arrived at  Camp Y-Noah on March 8, 2016 from Mt Vernon, Ohio.   In his former life he was an Amish plow horse with his teammate Fritz.   Friedrich has a very sweet disposition and a smooth trot. 


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