Nova is a grade paint mare who came to MHARF from a 2015 Hubbard County humane case. She is black rabicano (limited white roaning) and very pretty. Nova is broke to ride but she needs to be ridden in a bosal or some other type of bitless bridle. She has obviously been ridden in the past by someone with very rough hands. She has scarring on her lips and her poll and is reactive to touch on her mouth and face.
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Cactus Katie is a bay pinto mare who was foaled around 2007 and stands approximately 14.2hh. She is a recent intake from an Isanti County humane case. Katie is in foal but we don’t know for certain how far along she is. Stay tuned for updates!
These three beautiful foals are recent transfers from Last Chance Corral in Ohio. The pinto filly and gray colt were approximately a week old at intake (April 2017), the chestnut colt was approximately 4 weeks old at intake. They are all currently being bottle fed. If you would like to make a donation to help in the care of these babies please see our Donate page!
Midnite Gamble (Gambler) continues to do well. He is holding his own physically and still a delight to everyone who knows him.
Over the winter, our barn owner was moving him around in the indoor arena with his two gelding herd mates. She uses a stick with ribbons & flags attached. One evening, Gambler marched into the arena, to the “scary” corner (never for him!) and grabbed the stick and chased the other two fellas around.
Zeno is a very nice 2007 palomino grade quarter horse gelding who stands 15.3hh. He came to MHARF because his owner could no longer keep him. He is not broke to ride and is competing in out 2017 Trainer’s Challenge of the Unwanted Horse with trainer Amanda Nash. Zeno will be offered for adoption the day of the event (September 16th, 2017) by silent auction to pre-approved bidders/adopters.