Great Turnout for Open House at HH Stables featuring trainer Leanna Giles!
MHARF 2023 Spring Tack Sale is Set for April 13th – 16th!
iGive Offers Great Alternative to Donors Who Previously Used Amazon Smile!
Thank you for your support over the years while shopping AmazonSmile for Minnesota Hooved Animal Rescue Foundation. Unfortunately, AmazonSmile is closing Feb. 20. Fortunately, we are already set up with a great alternative! Join iGive today (for free) via this link: https://www.iGive.com/welcome/
Updated MHARF Archive Gallery
2023 marks MHARF’s 29th year in operation and we have been updating the MHARF Archive Gallery. We have added many new photos, including all of the previously published calendar pages, more rehabilitation success stories, testimonials, humane case photos and more. Check it out Here!
Rest in Peace, Corndog
If you ever visited the MHARF farm, you probably met this beautiful girl with the kind eyes. We are sorry to report that we had to say goodbye to Corndog the 40-year-old molly mule on Thursday due to obstructive colic which was unresponsive to treatment. When asked what she wanted to say about Corndog, MHARF director Drew said, “Corndog didn’t have a mean bone in her body (several opinionated ones maybe, but not a single mean one). She knew quite a bit of the English language but wouldn’t let on to most people. She loved attention, especially her spa sessions with Val.” Thank you so much to everyone who loved and helped care for Corndog over the years and thank you to everyone at Anoka Equine Veterinary Services for helping to give her story the kindest possible ending
Information Sought in Horse Abandonment Case
We are currently seeking information on the abandonment of this 4-5 year old mare in the Spencer Brook/Bradford area of Isanti County on approximately 07/22/22. We were called in by law enforcement and knew immediately the prognosis wasn’t good when we saw she could barely walk due to suspected laminitis. Radiographs done at Anoka Equine Veterinary Service (thanks again, AEVS, for the emergency care!) confirmed this, showing extreme rotation and degradation of the coffin bone due to laminitis. It was agreed that the kindest option was to humanely euthanize her and take her pain away. A reward is being offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of persons responsible for the neglect and dumping of this mare. Call (763)856-3119 or 763-331-5714.
Memorial Donation Information
MHARF is always honored to be chosen as a recipient of Memorial Donations. To view and donate to Current Memorials please visit our Memorials Page.
To see a full list of recent donations made in memory and honor of special people and animals please click HERE.
MHARF in Need of Foster and Adoptive Homes!
MHARF is always in need of Adoptive and Foster homes! The majority of horses in our program come to us from humane cases through law enforcement. We also get frequent requests to take in horses from owners who can no longer keep them for various reasons. Although we do our best to help, due to space constraints we simply cannot help them all. We would love to find some new foster and adoptive homes! If you think you would like to help, please check out our Foster Home Information and our Adoption Information. You can view all of the horses in our program Here!