Buster is a cute miniature gelding who stands 37″ high. He was foaled in approximately 2004. Buster originally came to MHARF from a large humane case as a yearling. He was adopted but now needs new placement as his adopter can no longer keep him. He has nice manners but is not broke to ride. Buster has spent his whole life with his buddy Pablo and they need to be adopted together as they are extremely bonded. Like most minis, Buster should stay on a dry lot and not have access to rich pasture.
“Mini” Pablo is a black and white miniature gelding who stands 44″ high and was foaled in approximately 2004. He originally came to MHARF as a yearling during a large humane case, was adopted out, but now needs to find new placement because his adoptive home can’t keep him. He has lived his whole life with his buddy Buster and they need to stay together as they are very bonded. Pablo had a bout of acute laminitis last summer. He is fine now but he needs to be kept on a dry lot (as is the case with most minis and ponies). He is not trained to ride but he does have good manners.
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!
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” to “available for adoption”!
Draco is a 1996 black gelding who stands approximately 15.2hh. We aren’t sure of his breeding but he may have some Morgan in him. He was adopted many years ago but his adopter has now had to return him and he needs a new home! She describes him as a “been there, done that” kind of horse who has mainly been ridden English but does have some western experience. He also has trail experience and is not a horse that tends to be barn sour or buddy sour. She says he is an awesome horse who loves to work. He does tend to be forward and energetic–so better suited to an advance beginner/intermediate rider.