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Ben

Ben has been adopted!

Ben is a 1995 registered paint gelding who we have taken in from the St. Cloud Children’s Home equine program which has now closed.  Ben is experiencing some lameness and we will have more information after a veterinary assessment.

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Twilight (Twilight has been Adopted!)

 

Twilight is a 1998 gray Arabian gelding originally donated to the equine program at the St. Cloud Children’s Home several years ago. The Children’s Home has now closed the program and Twilight has been returned. Twilight is a nice, friendly horse.  He is well broke to ride and has been used for lessons the past two summers. However, he does have a lot of energy and likes to move–so he would be good for a confident advanced beginner to intermediate rider.

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Lakota Bay (update: Lakota Bay has been adopted!)

Lakota Bay is a 1998 mustang gelding who MHARF originally donated to the equine program at the St. Cloud Children’s home several years ago. The Children’s Home has discontinued the program and Lakota has been returned. He’s a nice, calm horse with good ground manners as long as he is reminded of his boundaries. He has been having some refresher work this summer and would be good for an intermediate rider.  Lakota stands approximately 14.2hh.

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Dixie (Update 01/18/18 Dixie has been adopted!)

Dixie is very sweet pinto mare came to MHARF from a Sept. 2016 Stearns County humane case. She was foaled around 1998. She had been locked in a closed up barn with the stallion from the same case (Waylon, who is now a gelding) and was pregnant at intake. She gave birth to a large, healthy bay overo colt, Turtle, on 11/05/16. She did need assistance during foaling so luckily she was in a safe place at the MHARF farm at the time!

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Waylon

Waylon is paint gelding who came in during Sept. 2016 Stearns County humane case. He was foaled in approximately 1998. He was a stallion at intake and had spent several years locked in a filthy closed up barn with no turnout at all.  Because of these conditions and lack of hoof care, Waylon showed signs of laminitis at intake. He is currently being treated for this with regular farrier care and front shoes and is sound.

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