Sponsor Justin

$1,000.00

Monthly/Annually: 1000.00

Barn Name: “JUSTIN”



Registered Name: IONA Farms Just My Luck (HOF)

2002 Gelding AMHR / AMHA Currently Measures 33.55”

Justin is a solid Black with Black mane and tail. He has a very small white snip on his forehead. He has a petite frame and awesome conformation. He is a veteran of the AMHR show ring. A Hall of Fame. We are very grateful to Cindy Coffman for the honor to own this awesome little guy! He is trained to cart and loves the roadsters! He’s no dead head for sure! He has adapted to the farm life just fine, and although he has a competitive edge, he is very easy to manage.

PLEASE NOTE: IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO DO THE $83 A MONTH OPTION, PLEASE GIVE US A CALL TO GET THAT SET UP! 855-750-4985 OR 417-723-0148


By sponsoring one or more WPR therapy ponies, you are partnering directly with this healing ministry by contributing to the care of these life-changing animals–their foods, veterinary care, farrier, as well as contributing to the operating and construction costs of the retreat facility. As a WPR sponsor, you will receive a hoof-signed, frame-able picture of your sponsor horse(s) and a personalized autographed copy of Nita Horn’s new memoir, No Fences: It Started with a Plastic Pony, all about the childhood vision that led to the 280-acre Whispering Ponies Ranch.


Whispering Ponies Ranch is a private retreat center where horses are trained for therapy uses and people of all ages attend by invitation for restorative ministries. All amenities—from food services and lodging to expert recreational and counseling staff—are provided at no cost.

Tom and Nita Horn envisioned WPR as a safe and inspirational environment where people can be rejuvenated or just relax for a few days to get refreshed. The therapy ponies of WPR visit places like veteran centers and care facilities and are used in public schools to help children with learning disabilities.

"The facility is also available for general retreat purposes (marriage encounters, writers’ breakaways, youth camps, and so on) but, as Dr. Horn says, “The heart and vision for the facility is primarily to focus on those who have somehow been hurt, abandoned, disabled, or abused.”