The Horses of Zenerjenyour breakthrough awaits…
Dante is a complex spirit. Bold and extroverted, he has a soft side most don’t see at first glance. He was trained at a young age with very harsh methods and with harsh equipment including copper wiring around his nose, forks taped to the ends of sticks, and other archaic tools and processes.
He is a chestnut American Quarter Horse and is 14 years old now. He was the first addition to the Zenerjen Cruë and Jen’s first horse as an adult. Throughout his life, his fire and his spirit has never faded and most would agree he is aptly named. With the life lessons he has taught not only Jen, but to each person that crosses his path, he brings much to the Zenerjen herd.
Tres is a calm and an old soul. Thoughtful and kind, he has a playful spark to him if you have the chance to connect with him. The only horse at Zenerjen that is not a rescue, he provides stability and peace in the way he communicates. He accepts everyone, but doesn’t connect with ‘just’ anyone. He’s introspective and has a depth of patience and compassion that is rare and special.
He is a cremello American Quarter Horse and is 13 years old (EXACTLY a year behind Dante). He came along second to Jen and has grown with her throughout their horsemanship journey. He’s a clown some days and a peace master others. He brings the grounded nature of his spirit to Zenerjen.
Bella is a feisty and playful girl. She tries so hard to do the right thing and spends her time trying to figure out what that is. She’s got a high spirit and likes to move.
She is a black snowflake Appaloosa and is 7 years old. She is also from ERAF and was adopted by Jen and The Zenerjen Foundation earlier this year. Her young spirit and spritely energy bring a great feminine energy to the barn. But make no mistake, she can be shy until she gets more confident to come out and play.
Maverick is a little bit of an unknown at the moment. We DO know a bit about his history and he has recently arrived at Zenerjen having raced till he was 10 years old overseas. As he has settled in, we are beginning to have a better understanding of who he is. Jen Zoë has played with him for the last few months and feels that he tends to be misunderstood by many.
Having won over a HALF MILLION dollars at the race track, he was given up by his owners to a rescue in South Florida and found his way to Zenerjen in April of 2017. With his background, it is easy to see what kind of distrust he might have. He will be an interesting addition to the Zenerjen Crüe and his story will most certainly be a good one to tell. The people he will help through his development with Jen Zoë is going to help shape and change lives.
We will have a new horse joining the Zenerjen team soon!
In Memorium – Little Stu
Little Stu was much like Tres. A miniature version of the larger version of himself. He was “saved” on Easter Sunday by Jen, coming from an abandoned stall where he had been starved to the point of weighing barely over 100 pounds.
He was amazingly versatile and had a magnificent spirit and a kind as well as a giving soul. Great with kids and pulling carts, trick or treating at Halloween or at a breast cancer benefit, Little Stu did it all.
Even in his death, his gifts still give. He gave Jen the strength to believe in herself and in the Zenerjen mission and will always inspire her and others to believe in themselves as well. RIP Little Stu…you are a big part of why we are here and we thank you and love you still.
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