Graduate of the 2016 Trainer’s Challenge
This absolutely stunning gelding is Newton, a 2003 15.1hh Arabian/Friesian cross. He was taken in by MHARF to assist his aging owner who could no longer handle him. He competed in the 2016 Trainer’s Challenge with the Wrisky Ranch team.

Read about Newton’s journey with his trainers from the Wrisky Ranch team here!

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Mrs. Attenburro

Mrs. Attenburro is a lovely standard donkey foaled in about 2001 who stands 12 hands. She is well mannered and respectful. She absolutely loves getting attention. She is currently competing in the Truhaven Ranch Diamond in the Rough competition. Follow Mrs. Attenburro’s journey with trainer Melissa Norton here!

Maryea (Update: Maryea has been adopted 09/17!)

Graduate of the 2012 Trainer’s Challenge
Maryea is a 15.2hh 1997 registered Lipizzan mare. She is a sweet, quiet mare who is broke to ride. She competed successfully in our 2012 Trainers’ Challenge. Maryea is currently being used as an English lesson horse and is doing very well. She is a forward horse–so should have a rider with at least some experience.


Graduate of the 2016 Trainer’s Challenge
This palomino appaloosa mare came in from a December 2015 Hubbard County abandonment and neglect case. She was foaled around 2007 and stands approximately 14.1hh. Marigold competed in our 2016 Trainers’ Challenge with trainer Lauren Novak.

Read about Marigold’s journey with trainer Lauren Novak here!



Graduate of the 2016 Trainer’s Challenge
Lynk is from a December 2015 Hubbard County abandonment and neglect case. He was a stud at intake but has now been gelded. He is a black stock type 2011 gelding who stands approximately 13.2hh. He did not have much handling in the past but is friendly and has come very far after spending the summer with trainer Lindsey Zimmerman in preparation for the 2016 Trainers’ Challenge. Lynk is now started under saddle and has even done some trail riding.  He is a sensitive horse and is still considered green broke at this time. Lynk is continuing his training with Lindsey and he does require an experienced and knowledgeable home.

Read about Lynk’s journey with trainer Lindsey Zimmerman here!