Trusted Equine Care
From our Horses to Yours
The Sign of a Good Rider is a Happy Horse ™
When it comes to keeping your four-legged friends happy and healthy, you want products that are tried and true. Happy Horse is a modern and nimble enterprise that has been built by a team of knowledgeable equestrians with years of experience in the industry.
We’re confident that you and your horse will be satisfied with our products because every Happy Horse product has undergone a thorough review by our toughest critics, our horses! Like you, we want safe, effective products that will keep our horses comfortable so we strive to exceed the highest standards in equine care without breaking the bank. We invite you to our page to share information, exchange knowledge, and better the lives of your horses by trying our products.
The Happy Horse Difference
We’re driven by our commitment to our customers and to all animals. Not all animals are given the same chance in life and we’re passionate about supporting those that need a little extra help. At North Atlanta Equestrian Center, we are heavily involved with the rehabilitation, participation, and support of the Retired Racehorse Project and the Extreme Mustang Makeover. Whether we’re adopting wild mustangs from long term holding facilities or bringing home off-the-track Thoroughbreds, Happy Horse is an organization dedicated to giving second chances instead of giving up
Mustang TIP Challenge – Pick Up at North Atlanta Equestrian Center
The Mustang Heritage Foundation created the Trainer Incentive Program, better known as TIP, to bridge the gap between potential adopters/purchasers and American Mustangs housed at the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) off-range facilities. The MHF looks for talented trainers who employ natural horsemanship techniques to gentle American Mustangs. In December 2019, 51 wild mustangs and burros were delivered to North Atlanta Equestrian Center in Cartersville, GA where they were all picked up by approved TIP trainers to begin their 100 day training. The mustangs and their trainers will showcase their progress in April for the 2020 Mustang TIP Challenge in efforts to then match qualified adopters/purchasers with the now gentled American Mustangs. Since 2007, the Mustang Heritage Foundation has placed over 9,500 mustangs into private care. Many of these horses have continued training in a wide range of disciplines and events.