Amazing Mini Miracles visits Silvergate Retirement Residence


Last updated 5/20/2020 at 5:06pm

Donna Carlomagno, front left, and her husband Paul Carlomagno, front right, lead their miniature horses in front of residents of Silvergate Fallbrook, May 4.

FALLBROOK – Donna Carlomagno and her miniature therapy horses paid a socially distanced visit to the individuals living at Silvergate Fallbrook, May 4.

Carlomagno's Amazing Mini Miracles is a nonprofit organization dedicated to enriching as many lives in their community as possible through their miniature therapy horse interactions.

Before the spread of COVID-19, Carlomagno would take her miniature therapy horses into nursing homes and hospitals to visit residents and promote happiness. Due to the coronavirus outbreak, she can no longer take the miniature therapy horses inside, but residents of the Silvergate Retirement Residence were able to go outside and see the miniature therapy horses from 6 feet away.

"I reached out to Silvergate Fallbrook to see if I could bring Amazing Mini Miracles' therapy mini horses to their facility. I thought our mini horses could help spread some cheer and good vibes throughout the Silvergate community, even if it was only through us waving at them through the windows. Silvergate residents and staff were sitting in chairs 6 feet apart in the drive-around when we arrived," Carlomagno said.

Carlomagno and her husband Paul paraded the miniature therapy horses around the drive for the residents of Silvergate.

Amazing Mini Miracles has two certified miniature therapy horses, Charm and Libby, who visit the sick and elderly.

For more information visit their website at

Submitted by Amazing Mini Miracles.

Residents of Silvergate get a look at miniature horse Libby, led by Paul Carlomagno, during a horse therapy visit.


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