Lloyd Reagan grew up on a ranch where horses were his world. Upon his return from Vietnam, the horse was his salvation. While Lloyd is a veteran of horse and ranch life,he continues to educate himself while helping with our program. He is EAGALA certified.

Melissa Over developed a love for horses as a child riding western and bareback in the mountains of Oregon. Her carefree giddy-up days of youth have led her to embrace a reverence for horses and developing a deeper understanding of the horse- human relationship. As a family and child therapist, Melissa is living her dream of co-facilitating therapeutic work with equine partners. She is trained through PATH, EAGALA and Natural Lifemanship.

Linda Reagan's love for horses began as a small child. Her childhood goal was to marry a rancher. She and Lloyd have been married for 50 year. "I have always felt so blessed to live and work with horses."

Kay Firor is a lifelong student of the horse. In her youth she studied hunt seat equitation, jumping, and dressage. A founding member of Clover Haven, Kay is interested in facilitating interactions between horses and humans dealing with emotional and or physical issues. She is a therapeutic riding instructor through PATH international and EAGALA.