Flicker is a chestnut grade American Saddlebred colt who was foaled in early 2017 (approximately). He came to MHARF during a December 2017 case. He was very malnourished at intake and infested with internal parasites and lice. He also had issues with misshapen front feet that are requiring specialized farrier care but are coming around very nicely. As you can see from the newer photos (photo credit: Sydney Jordan Photography), Flicker has gained quite a bit of weight and is filling out well. He was gelded on 03/31/18 and it was a cryptorchid castration (undescended testicle) so he will require some rehab time yet.
Bayard is a grade Arabian gelding who came to MHARF from a December 2017 case. He was foaled in approximately 2010 and stands around 14.2hh. Bayard has a stifle injury that we believe happened last summer. He needs some rehabilitation time to regain musculature that leg. He has a very sweet temperament. If you would like to donate towards Bayard’s care while he is in rehabilitation, please Click Here!
Blitzen is a chestnut colt who was likely foaled in early 2017. He came to MHARF during a December 2017 humane case. He was extremely thin, dehydrated, and had a very bad infestation of both internal and external parasites. Blitzen remains in our rehabilitation program and as you can see form the photos, he is doing very well! We will have updates on him soon.