“Here’s a picture of my beautiful girl, Ming. After a run around the arena, she stopped to catch her breath. She has turned into a strong, smart mare. She’s the lead mare in a herd of 13. We call her the “sidewalk supervisor” since she keeps track of everyone coming in and out of the pasture. Chatting with them as they come and go. Such a chatty girl… I love her to death. Thanks for all you did for her!” –Allyn
“I just wanted to send you a quick update on Raine (Formerly known as Amber). Raine is doing awesome and has settled in really well with the herd. We have been having so much fun together and have been working on all different types of riding! Lately we have been working on ground poles and small jumps, and we even got a few trail rides in during the fall before the weather changed to freezing. I love how open Raine is to trying new things. She is such a sweet and loving mare. We really have such a special connection, and I am so lucky that everything worked out the way it did so that I was able to adopt her. I know everything happens for a reason.
Also, Raine got her own custom dressage saddle that should be arriving around the end of February. I was having trouble finding a saddle that fit her correctly since she has high withers and is short backed, so I decided this was the best option to keep her happy. She definitely deserves the best! Thank you again for allowing me to adopt her and letting me make her apart of my family. I’m so blessed to have her and wouldn’t change anything for the world!
I attached a few images below.. I dressed her up for Christmas with my other mare.
Thanks so much to Linda for this update on MHARF alum Cymba! Linda says this about her beautiful gelding: “Once he figured out that I wasn’t giving up on him….he melted and became my partner. Still very much opinionated about some things but never mean, very loving, always ready to do whatever, and always tries his best! Fits in my chestnut Arab herd well…imagine that! I LOVE this guy! Thank you!”