On Tuesday, 11/14/23, we said goodbye to our resident goofy guy, Devon, due to colic. It was quite a shock to us all.
Devon arrived in 2015, the same year we moved to this facility. He had the distinction of being our first ever Arabian therapy horse. He was donated by Marsha Northcraft and we thank her for the gift of Devon.
He always was the pasture clown. He wanted to be at the gate first, needed to be seen and loved running and playing.
He was a favorite of many volunteers and riders alike.
He not only set himself apart with his fancy gaits and high standing tail, but he had another trick the riders loved. The infamous DEVON SHAKE! We were going to get tee shirts made reading, “I survived the Devon Shake”. He loved doing a full body shake, with a rider on his back! Wise guy personified! We believe he was part dog.
Run free Devon. We are sorry to see you go, but glad we could be here to help you over the Rainbow bridge.
Show all your old pals the famous Devon Shake! RIP our goofy guy.
2001 - November 14, 2023
Name: Cameo's Endevor (Devon)
Arrived: November 2015