Leo was donated to the program in 2017 by Deb Campbell. Before he arrived, Deb did just about everything with him, specifically jumping. He was also extensively trail ridden. Due to an injury, he can no longer jump, but Deb saw potential in him as a therapy horse and a walk/trot lesson horse. She thought he would be perfect for all the programs at Worthmore. Now he is consistently in psychotherapy sessions, as well as adaptive riding lessons!
Leo is an older gentleman that did a lot of showing in his younger days. To be used in program, he must be on joint supplements. He would also benefit from any chiropractic work. He no longer wears horse shoes, but needs protective boots. His favorite color is maroon!