Blitzen

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.

Sugarfoot

Sugarfoot is a bay grade Arabian mare who came from a recent humane case in December of 2017. She is 14.1 hh and was foaled in 2011. She was pregnant at intake and gave birth to a large healthy filly on May 2nd, 2018. The filly has been named Maridae and she is a healthy, lively girl. Both Sugarfoot and Maridae will be available for adoption once Maridae is weaned.

Foxy

Foxy is a bay grade Arabian mare who came in during a recent December 2017 humane case. She stands 14hh. She was pregnant at intake and gave birth to a healthy bay filly (Faline) on May 5th, 2018.

Nutmeg

Nutmeg is a sorrel grade quarter horse mare who came to MHARF from a December 2017 humane case. She was foaled in approximately 2006. She is in foal and is due in late spring/early summer. We will have more information about her soon.

 

Nova

Update 07/2018: Nova is having some ongoing issues with abscessing in one of her front hooves so she is back in our rehab progrma for now.

Nova is a grade gaited mare who came to MHARF from a 2015 Hubbard County humane case. She is black rabicano (limited white roaning) and very pretty. She stands 14.3hh and was foaled around 2004.  Nova is broke to ride and has been in training during the summer and fall of 2017 and is doing very well. Her trainer says she is a sweet mare who tries very hard to please and is really smooth and quick. Nova needs to be ridden in a bosal or some other type of bitless bridle. She has obviously been ridden in the past by someone with very rough hands. She has scarring on her lips and her poll and is reactive to touch on her mouth and face. We have determined this is not an ongoing pain issue but a response to previous poor handling. Nova requires a confident rider who will help her build up her own confidence (she is very willing to please and seems to worry about doing things wrong–most likely due to unkind past handling). Nova loads well and has really good ground manners.  Her trainer has been diligently working with her on picking up her feet and she is doing great with that as well. It does appear that she was a victim of past soring. Nova has her own Facebook page and you can view it HERE!