The Sanctuary

The Red Pony Stands® Ojibwe Horse Sanctuary

13-acre partially-treed property that is nestled at the edge of the Qu-Appelle Valley with a total of 5 alfalfa-brome pastures, each with its own reclaimed fir custom run-in shed.

Piapot First Nation Reserve Pasture

During the summer months, our our four Lac La Croix Indigenous Pony stallions enjoy the lush alfalfa-brome pasture of the newly fenced, 15-acre rental property located on Piapot First Nation, just south of the sanctuary.

Qu-Appelle Valley Lookout Pasture (Pending)

We are currently in discussion with our friendly neighbours about the use of their 220-acre bountiful prairie land adjacent to the sanctuary, which overlooks Piapot First Nation with breathless Qu-Appelle Valley views.

The Red Pony Crew

Angela Snowshoe

Founder/President/Board Director

Cullan McGinnis

Board Member/Treasurer 

Michael Snowshoe

Board Member/Photographer

Noel Starblanket

Cultural Advisor/Guiding Elder

Kim Shoemaker

Ranch Hand/Advocate

Kelsey Moore

M.Ed. Student Researcher