When I adopted Tee I was only 12 and he was 14 years old. He was extremely malnourished when he came to MHARF. He was distant and his training level was unknown. Over the last 10 years Tee has become my best friend and an important part of our family. On May 15 he will turn 23; however, everyone is shocked to hear his age. He is healthy and energetic with the biggest personality I have ever seen. » Read more about: Big Tee and His Perfect Home! »
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Gus is a 2004 gelded standard donkey. He is a nice boy who is also full of mischief! He loves to play and would prefer a home with another donkey or a mule.
Sadly we received news that the great old mare, Honey, had to be put down. Honey originally came to MHARF from a 2013 case involving an abandoned herd from a failed breeding program. Honey was the herd matriarch. She went into foster care with Lynn Secord and Catherine Master, where Sara Sedgwick met her and adopted her. Honey had made new equine friends in her foster home and she was lucky enough to stay boarded there after Sara adopted her.
Ruby is a nice 2007 registered paint (solid) mare who stands 16hh. Ruby is broke to ride and would make a good light-duty trail horse. Ruby came to MHARF because her owner could no longer keep her. We will have more info on her soon!
Here’s a message we received from Norman’s new family: “Norman is home! He is officially a cheese head! Norman also met the rest of the family today (pictured: Emily(Norman’s owner/rider), Gracie and Sarah.)”