Bonfyre is a chestnut Arabian mare who was foaled at MHARF in 2008 after her mother, Wildfyre, came in pregnant during a humane case. As a youngster, Bonfyre had an unfortunate accident that broke her olecranon (point of the elbow). She’s was placed in the capable care of the veterinarians at the U of M who fitted her with a plate. Because of the plate, Bonfyre will be unable to participate in high-impact sports like jumping and cross-country, but she could be a great riding horse. As you can see she has grown into a beautiful mare!