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Bug (update 10/24/17 Bug has been adopted!)

Bug is a very nice 2010 14.2hh cream red dun Spanish Mustang mare who originally came to MHARF as an orphaned foal. She competed in our 2015 Trainer’s Challenge, winning Third Overall High Point and People’s Choice with trainer Maddie Kanda. She was then adopted and has been in consistent training since that time. However, Bug’s rider has now outgrown her so Bug is back at MHARF and is available for adoption to a new home.

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Little John (fka Diego)

Little John (who was known as Diego when he originally came to MHARF a few years ago) is a 16.3hh Clydesdale cross gelding who was foaled in 1996. He had been adopted but was recently returned because his adopter could no longer keep him. He is broke to ride and is currently undergoing a training assessment with Jeremy Kaiserlik. We will have an update soon!

 

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Jubilee

Jubilee is an Arabian cross (most likely National Show horse) gelding in his mid-teens who came in from northern Minnesota humane case in August of 2017. He was the only surviving horse from this case. He was very thin at intake and quite terrified. He has put on quite a bit of weight now and has relaxed. He is a friendly, sweet horse. We don’t have a training assessment on him yet but he has been upgraded from “rehab”

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Rest in Peace Benny Hill

Thank you to the Hempel family for this wonderful tribute to Benny Hill! The Hempel family has been a great friend to MHARF over the years!

“Dear Minnesota Hooved Animal Rescue Foundation,

It’s with heavy hearts that I am writing you to let you know that we, along with our vet, had to make the tough decision to put Benny Hill down due to issues with old age.

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Kazar

Kazar is a sweet grey 2000 National Showhorse gelding who was surrendered to MHARF because of a wound that would not heal. He has been receiving treatment for this wound and is now healing up nicely. He will be available for adoption once we are certain he has healed completely and there will be no reoccurrence.

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