TomTom is a nice black pony who just came to MHARF. He was a stallion at intake but has now been gelded. He was born in approximately 2010 and stands 13hh. We will have more info on him soon!


Belle is a beautiful 15.1hh 2004 bay off-the-track thoroughbred mare (Jockey Club name Lucky Bullet). She was retired from racing at the age of 4.  She was then schooled over fences up to 3′.  Unfortunately she became cast in her stall several years ago and ended up with a broken jaw. Her jaw has healed and she was ridden afterwards, but she did develop some rearing issues. We are planning on having a full dental assessment done on her again, including additional radiographs, and if we are given the all-clear from the vet she will go back into a training program. She is an extremely sweet and personable mare and has great ground manners. She would also make a very good companion horse.



Cactus Jack

Cactus Jack is a beautiful dark bay colt who was born on 06/16/17. His mother, Cactus Katie, is a pinto mare who came to MHARF during a May 2017 Isanti County humane case.  Jack is a big, healthy colt with a lot of attitude! He will be available for adoption when he is old enough to be weaned (around February of 2018) (Thank you to Sydney Jordan Photography  for the beautiful photos!)




Cactus Katie

Cactus Katie is a bay pinto mare who was foaled around 2007 and stands approximately 14.2hh. She came in in May of 2017 from an Isanti County humane case. Katie was in foal at intake and she has now given birth to a healthy colt (on 06/16/17) who we have named Cactus Jack. We have not done a training assessment on Katie yet but will do so when Jack has reached weaning age and they will both be available for adoption.  (Thank you to Sydney Jordan Photography for the beautiful photos!)



Walker is a 2002 Appaloosa gelding who stands 14.1hh. He is not broke to ride.  Walker has some lameness issues in one of his hind legs due to an old injury.  He is enjoying pasture in his foster home this summer and we will assess his lameness again this fall.