Laylee has been Adopted!
Laylee is a very sweet bay mare who came to MHARF through law enforcement in a May 2017 humane case. She was very thin at intake but has flourished in our rehabilitation program. She was foaled in approximately 2015 and is approximately 14hh. We don’t have a lot of information about Laylee’s breeding but we think it is a mix of Arabian, paint, and welsh pony.
During the summer of 2018 she was in training for our 2018 Promise of the Future Training Competition with trainer Melissa Stuckey of North Country Haven (please note: the POF competition is for horses age 3 and under. It is in in-hand only competition). She and Melissa competed successfully at the event in September and took home 6th Overall High Point.
Laylee was then placed with trainer Anna Hill for our for the 2020 Trainer’s Challenge. She spent the spring and summer in training with Anna and they competed successfully, taking 6th Overall Highpoint in the Challenge in September. She was adopted after the event but has come back to MHARF because it wasn’t quite the right match for horse and rider. This pretty mare is once again hoping to find a new home! She is currently back in training with Anna Hill. Laylee is suitable for a confident advanced beginner to intermediate rider. She has a lot of great training but she is also young and energetic.