Entries by MHARF

Cyclone McQue

Cyclone McQue came in from a December 2015 Hubbard County abandonment/neglect case.  She was foaled around 1998 and stands approximately 14.1hh. She has had dental and farrier care and was treated for lice and intestinal parasites. She was quite thin at intake and had severely cracked and misshapen hooves. She has required many months of careful nutrition and farrier care before we can do any training assessments on her. If you would like to sponsor this girl or make a donation to assist with her care,

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Topper

Topper is an aged (late 20’s) gelding who was estray. His owners were found but did not want to take him back (which is for the best, seeing how thin he was!). He is available for adoption now that he has put on some much needed weight. We will have a training assessment on him soon.

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Ready

Ready is a nice 15.3hh 2005 sorrel quarter horse gelding who came to MHARF because his elderly owner could no longer care for him. Ready is a nice horse who is broke to ride. He is on our list for a training assessment and we will have more info when we have it available.

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Paloma

Paloma came in from a Hubbard County abandonment and neglect case in December 2015. Paloma was foaled around 1996 and stands approximately 14.3hh. She was pregnant at intake and gave birth to a healthy palomino filly (named Loma Linda) on 04/05/16. Loma Linda has been weaned and both mare and filly are now available for adoption. Paloma is a very sweet mare. We don’t currently know anything about her training level under saddle and right now she is in a foster home being a pasture ornament and getting some well-deserved rest and relaxation!

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Nashville has been adopted! (Graduate of the 2017 Trainer’s Challenge)

 

Nashville, or Nash for short, is an adorable 2013 quarter horse gelding that came to MHARF as a stud from a November 2015 Crow Wing County humane case. He was severely underweight and loaded with intestinal parasites and lice at intake.  He is a very sweet young horse and has obviously had a bit of handling. Nash is doing very well now and spent the spring and summer with trainer Jessica Amundson for our 2017 Trainer’s Challenge of the Unwanted Horse .

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