Dwarf Nigerian Goats

Five Dwarf Nigerian goat bucklings who we took in to help out an organization in the northern part of the state. They are approximately 3 weeks old (as of 11/18/17), have now been castrated and vaccinated but are not dehorned. Very Cute!

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

2015 Trainer’s Challenge

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. This is a very special little mare with a lot of training, clinic experience, and show experience (eventing). She is looking for a home where she can be someone’s special horse. She needs a youth or small adult rider with soft hands who knows the cues with which she has been trained.

Lucy (update: Lucy has been adopted!)

This beautiful filly was foaled in April of 2017 and was just a week old when she was transferred to MHARF from Last Chance Corral in Ohio. She had to be bottle fed for several weeks and is now learning to eat on her own. Stay tuned for updates on Lucy! (photo credit: Sydney Jordan)



Peaches (Graduate of the 2017 Trainer’s Challenge of the Unwanted Horse)

Update: Peaches has been adopted! Congratulations to Peaches and Leanna Giles for being our 2017 Trainer’s Challenge Reserve Champions!

Peaches is a 2010 registered American Saddlebred mare (Registered name: I’m Peachy Keen) who stands 15.1hh. Peaches is not broke to ride and is competing on our 2017 Trainer’s Challenge of the Unwanted Horse with trainer Leanna Giles. Peaches was graciously donated to our program when we had to pull another horse from the Challenge competition and required a replacement entry.

Peaches will be available for adoption on the day of the Challenge (September 16th, 2017) by silent auction to pre-approved bidders/adopters. To learn more about becoming approved to bid and adopt please see Adopting a Trainer’s Challenge Horse.



Fletcher (Graduate of the 2017 Trainer’s Challenge of the Unwanted Horse)

Update: Fletcher has been adopted! Congratulations to Fletcher and Jeremy Kaiserlik for winning the 2017 Trainer’s Challenge Grand Championship on 09/16/17!


Fletcher is a 2003 black Friesian/Quarter Horse cross gelding. Fletcher came to MHARF because his owner could no longer keep him.  He was not broke to ride at intake and didn’t appear to have been asked to do much of anything in the past. He is now started under saddle and going well with trainer Jeremy Kaiserlik. They will be competing in our 2017 Trainer’s Challenge of the Unwanted Horse . Jeremy says Fletcher is a nice horse with a big heart. Fletcher will be available for adoption the day of the Challenge. For more information on adopting Fletcher please see Adopting a Trainer’s Challenge Horse. You can follow Jeremy and Fletcher’s journey Here!