Adonnis, the Arabian Horse

Adonnis, the Arabian Horse

Adonnis, the Arabian Horse

Sponsored by

Peter and Rosalie Johnson

​The Johnson family invite you to share in the delight that Adonnis will bring to carousel riders. Adonnis was adopted in honor of Johnson's granddaughter, Ahzha, who provided the specific details to make certain that the finished animal would look like the one she leased, rode and trained. The stable in Corvallis where Adonnis lived is pleased that their animal is part of the carousel.

This handsome horse is a dark, dappled gray Arabian with a flowing mane and sweeping tail. He wears a light blue saddle blanket with a scalloped edge trimmed in gold. His light brown saddle has a dark blue skirt with symbols of the sun, moon, and a star. Pink roses trim the saddle skirt and there are red rosettes on his bridle..

​Adonnis is a middle row jumper on the carousel. He is one of the three animals the Johnsons adopted for their three grandchildren.

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