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Cheyenne

Cheyenne is nice older mare came to MHARF recently at request of social services because her elderly owner could no longer care for her. She is blind in one eye. We don’t know yet if she is broke to ride (although it is unlikely) and hope to have a training assessment done on her by spring.

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Appaloosa Lady

Update: Happily, Lady’s owner has been able to take her back so she is no longer in need of a new home!

Appaloosa Lady is a pretty mare who was foaled in 2005 and stands 14.2hh. She has come to MHARF for placement because her owner can sadly no longer keep her. She is broke to ride and is most suitable for an advanced beginner or intermediate rider as she does have some get up and go.

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Max: A Memorial Tribute

Thank you so much to Deb and family for this wonderful tribute to Max, for giving him a great life, and for making the right decision for him when the time came. Rest in Peace, Max.

“We started fostering Max from MHARF in April 2010. It took the people who were temporarily caring for him a few hours to get him into the trailer to bring him to us, our little red foster gelding who arrived so timid and shy.

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