Respecting the traditional relationship between Indigenous people and these horses, we prefer the term “caretaker” to “owner”.

Horses become available for select homes from time to time. If you are interested in helping to develop the breed, please contact the following.

With a Twist Ranch – located in Onoway, Alberta, “With a Twist” currently hosts four stallions and ten mares and fillies. A small breeding group could be available to the right home.

Sheena’s Acres – Stallion “Waawaatesi” (Firefly) is standing for stud in Alberta. Email sheenasacres[at]

Red Pony Stands – The sanctuary is located at the edge of the Qu’Appelle Valley in southern Saskatchewan and neighbours on Piapot Cree Nation.

TJ Stables – located in Chatham/Kent, Ontario, “TJ Stables” hosts multiples stallions and breeding mares.

Grey Raven Ranch – located at Seine River First Nation, Ontario, “Grey Raven” is home to breeding stallions, mares, and geldings.

“Woobang” is standing for stud in Prince Edward County, Ontario. Contact owner Cheryl McLennan at epitaste[at]

Contact the Society for advice about appropriate genetic pairing, breeding or caretaking, and about the availability of frozen semen.