Lyric is a black and white Saddlebred mare who was foaled at MHARF after her mother Harlem’s Evening Song came in during a 2011 Pine County humane case. Lyric was adopted as a youngster but never stared under saddle. She has come back to MHARF because her adopter could not keep her. This nice mare is a potential candidate for our 2018 Trainer’s Challenge of the Unwanted Horse.
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Macho is a gelded standard size mule who was born in 2012 and stands approximately 13.2hh. He is halter broke but is not broke to ride so he is a potential candidate for our 2018 Trainer’s Challenge of the Unwanted Horse
Zarah is a standard molly mule who was born in 2013 and stands approximately 14hh. She is halter broke but not broke to ride so she is a potential candidate for our 2018 Trainer’s Challenge of the Unwanted Horse!
Nifty is a 15.2hh 2004 registered buckskin quarter horse mare (registered name “Azure Lyte). She is well broke to ride but has not been ridden in a year so will need a bit of a refresher. Nifty has had a recurring lameness issue in her right front foot after trimming. We will be having radiographs taken soon to see if we can find the cause of this lameness issue and do what we can to fix it before Nifty is available for adoption.
Lady Flash (aka known as Corona) is a Belgian mare who was foaled in approximately 2003. She originally came to MHARF several years ago and was adopted but is now being returned because her adopter can no longer keep her. She is a nice mare who is green broke to ride. She is a big, powerful horse and she can be pushy and try to test her handler/rider at first–so an assertive,