Meet The Animals

Naya Pearl


Naya is a chestnut quarter horse, and we believe she is about 15 years old. She was rescued from a kill pen in Oklahoma. It is unknown why she was placed in a kill pen, because Naya is a very sweet mare. Naya has a sassy attitude. She is very kind and great with kids. 

Seminole Traveler (Nole)


Nole is a warm blood thoroughbred cross chestnut gelding in his late teens. He was neglected when his owner got sick. Nole is a very sensitive horse that enjoys jumping. He is very sweet, curious, and smart. 

Sassy Sammie Sunshine


Sammie is an American pony under 10 years old. She was rescued from her very abusive owner. Because of this Sammie feels sometimes that she needs to protect herself. She has come a long way in learning to trust humans. Sammie is still in training. Sammie is very curious and sassy.



Tucker is a grullo quarterhorse who is about 18 years old. Tucker was a trail horse from southwest region of the USA. Tucker is very sensitive and we are working on building his confidence. Tucker is very friendly with other horses. 

Oliver Twist


Oliver is a very handsome American pony. We recently found out Oliver is older than we thought, and he is believed to be in his later teens. Oliver was going to be a lesson pony, but it was decided he would do well in the therapeutic program. Oliver is still in training. He is a very sweet, likable pony who loves attention, is smart, and has lots of personality.   



Snazzy is a chestnut quarter horse in his late teens. Snazzy is the resident "grumpy old man." He definitely has some sass, but wants to be loved and wants to know that he can trust his human. It has taken Snazzy awhile to come around, but he loves his head scratched and loves his "spa" days! He teaches you a lot about patience and being flexible because you can never be too sure what mood he will be in. 



Theo is an American pony and a love bug! He loves getting attention as much as he loves giving attention. Theo doesn't have a mean bone in his body. However, when he doesn't want to do something, he can be mighty stubborn! He may be small, but he is strong. Theo has recovered after having hoof surgery and is back with his herd! 




Huey is a 6-year-old Belgian draft horse. He's a huge horse with an even bigger heart. Huey is a baby, approaching 18 hands with feet the size of large pancakes. Huey came to Lone Oak through Penny and Dave at the Horse Angel's Rescue. He has been a personally owned horse, a trail horse, and an Amish work horse. Lone Oak will be Huey's forever home where he will help so many people and eat a lot of food!




Samson is a 7-year-old Oldenburg/Percheron cross horse. Samson is quite tall at 17 hands. He was previously in training for dressage (a type of horse training) when he had to have surgery on his back legs. After the surgery, Samson fully recovered, but just was not happy doing the training. However, he is happy with a job and is great with trail riding, walking and trotting. His previous owner decided that it would be better for Samson to become a therapy horse where he can be loved on while helping humans. 



Fern was rescued from a kill pen in Oklahoma with her baby, Fiddle and pregnant with Sprout. Fern and Fiddle both had strangles and survived EHB1.They were rescued as part of a school project and were rehabilitated back to good health. She is very shy and a very good and protective mom. Fern is currently caring for her baby Sprout. 



Fiddle was rescued from a kill pen in Oklahoma early in 2021 with her mom, Fern. Fern and Fiddle both had strangles and survived EHB1.They were rescued as part of a school project and were rehabilitated back to good health. Fiddle is one year old and loves kisses and carrots. She is playful and working towards being a therapeutic team member. 




Sprout was born on May 7, 2021 to his mother, Fern. It was unknown when Fern was rescued that she was pregnant, but Sprout was a welcomed surprise. Sprout is currently working on growing and learning. He loves to be with his mom.



Oakley was found on July 26, 2021 abandoned on the side of the road. Lone Oak took her to the vet to find she was 5 weeks old with an upper respiratory infection and worms in her belly. Lone Oak has been rehabilitating Oakley and she will always have a home with us. She is playful and eats a ton!