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When you lurk under a tree, hoping that your pasture buddy will walk away from his alfalfa long enough for you to steal a bite. Sadly for Oro (the lurking horse), his herd buddy is Flavor - who never ever leaves his alfalfa. Flavor is a foodie and proud member of the dad bod club. Both Oro and Flavor are permanent horses at LOPE. Their job this month is to help introduce new arrival Jet Set Cat to the LOPE lifestyle. And to be petted and admired by visiting fans and media. It’s a tough job, but Oro and Flavor are up for it. #lopetx #ororush #flavor #valued #muchloved #partoftheteam #goodhorses #kindhearts #workfamily ... See MoreSee Less

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LOPE Horses

These are the LOPE horses either currently in the LOPE Academy, rehabilitating or up for adoption. View all


Recent posts from the blog featuring posts about the LOPE horses, horsemanship and other Tales from the LOPE Ranch.

Coming of Age in 2022

If you had told me in 2019 that LOPE would triple its results, I would have never believed you. But here I am — writing to tell you that LOPE […]

A Look Back on 2020

When I sat down to list our 2020 results, it didn’t seem like a big list (at first). In essence, we reexamined our priorities and deepened our work — we […]

Poised for Impact: Warhorse Programs

Warhorse Education Programs at the Tipping Point Recently, we shared the experiences of young people whose lives were changed at LOPE. I hope you enjoyed reading about their learning journey […]

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