Macho (Potential Candidate for the 2018 Promise of the Future Training Competition)

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 so he is a potential candidate for our 2018 Promise of the Future training Competition.

Zarah (Student of the 2018 Trainer’s Challenge of the Unwanted Horse)

 

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!

Tansy

Tansy (Pine County Donkey #5) is a 2001 standard donkey jennet who came to MHARF during a June 2017 Pine County humane case. This case involved 6 other donkeys, all of whom had not had any veterinary or farrier care for many years.  Because of this neglect, several had hooves so long they could barely walk. Tansy was one of those in the worst condition and still requires specialized farrier care. Tansy is also still has some trust issues but is coming around very well! She is currently still in rehabilitation but we would consider adopting her out to the right home with donkey experience. She is extremely bonded to her friend Atticus who came in during the same case and we prefer they be adopted together.

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Atticus

Atticus (Pine County Donkey #7) is a gelded 2010 standard donkey jack who came to MHARF during a June 2017 Pine County humane case. This case involved 6 other donkeys, all of whom had not had any veterinary or farrier care for many years.  Because of this neglect, several had hooves so long they could barely walk. Being the youngest of the herd, Atticus wasn’t in quite such dire condition. However, he did have severely misshapen hooves and has required specialized farrier care. Atticus still has some trust issues although he has come a very long way since intake! He is still difficult to catch and does require a knowledgeable handler. Atticus is still in rehab but we would consider adopting him out to the right home with donkey experience. He has not been separated from his friend Tansy and they are extremely bonded so we prefer they be adopted together if possible.

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