Lyric is a black and white Saddlebred mare who was foaled at MHARF after her mother Harlem’s Evening Song came in during a 2011 Pine County humane case. Lyric was adopted as a youngster but never stared under saddle. She has come back to MHARF because her adopter could not keep her. This nice mare has been entered into our 2018 Trainer’s Challenge of the Unwanted Horse with trainer Marirose Berner. Because Lyric will be spending the spring and summer in training and then will compete in the Challenge on September 22nd, 2018, she will not be available for adoption until that date. If you would like more information on becoming preapproved to adopt Lyric at the Challenge on 09/22/18 please see Adopting a Trainer’s Challenge Horse. You can follow Lyric and Marirose’s Trainer’s Challenge journey on Lyric’s official Facebook page HERE!
Macho is a gelded standard size mule who was born in 2012 and stands approximately 13.2hh. He is halter broke but is not broke to ride.
Zarah is a standard molly mule who was born in 2013 and stands approximately 14hh. She is halter broke but not broke to ride so she has been placed in our 2018 Trainer’s Challenge of the Unwanted Horse with trainer Sarah Lemke. Because she will be spending the spring and summer in training and will then compete in the Challenge on September 22nd, 2018, she will not be available for adoption until that date. If you would like more information on how to become preapproved to adopt Zarah at the Challenge on 09/22/18 please see Adopting a Trainer’s Challenge Horse. You can follow Sarah and Zarah’s training journey during the summer of 2018 on Zarah’s official Facebook page Here!
Oliver is a chestnut grade Arabian colt who came to MHARF during a December 2017 humane case. He was foaled in early 2017. He was relatively unhandled at intake but is currently in foster care at Wrisky Ranch where he is learning all about the basics in ground manners like leading, tying, loading, standing for vet and farrier. At time of intake bloodwork indicated that all of the young horses from this intake were suffering from selenium and vitamin e deficiency. Oliver was the worst case and we believe this was what was causing some wobbliness in his hind legs. He is has been under veterinary supervision and has been treated with supplements and good nutrition and he is now doing very well. Oliver has also now been gelded and he would love to find a forever home to continue with his training!
DJ is a bay grade Arabian gelding who was foaled in early 2017. He came to MHARF in a December 2017 humane case. He was found to have a vitamin e an selenium deficiency, was treated and is doing very well. He was relatively unhandled at intake but he is currently in training for our 2018 Promise of the Future Training Competition with the Wrisky Ranch Team (Renee and Theadora Hendrickson and Brandy and Jaycie Navarro). He will be available for adoption at the event on September 22nd. You can follow DJ’s training on his Facebook Page!