Thank you so much to Carol for the update on the little Arabian gelding formerly known as “Jiminy Cricket” and now renamed “Maverick” by her grandkids! She reports that he is fitting in very well in his new home and is energetic, curious, and friendly.
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Eclipse is back at MHARF and available for adoption. Eclipse was born at MHARF in March 2015 (during an eclipse) after her mother Triska came in from a humane case in late 2014. She was adopted as a yearling and has been under saddle since 2018. Eclipse has now come back because her adopter could sadly no longer keep her. We don’t know much about her breeding but she is shorter, stocky mare, standing 14hh.
Thank you to Brenda for this update on her adopted MHARF horse, Bandit. She adopted Bandit after he competed in the 2013 Trainer’s Challenge w/ trainer Brittany Langager.
“Bandit lives at our home now, with an older gelding and 2 mini donkeys. I adore him. And the icing on the cake is that it turns out he likes to do casual trail rides, which is what I like to do.”
Thank you so much to Sara for sharing this update on her adopted MHARF horse Bug! (You may remember this little mustang mare from our 2015 Trainer’s Challenge where she and her trainer Maddie Kanda were winners of Third Overall Highpoint and People’s Choice.) We are thrilled to see how far she and her talented young rider have come!
“We adopted Bug four years ago and she is our main pony for our four children.
Walter is a kind old gentleman who was purchased at auction in December 2021 and signed over to MHARF. Walter is a senior appaloosa gelding who is blind in his left eye (which may need removal) and in need of dental care and some calories. Thank you to Sarah and Zach for getting him to safety and for hauling him to Anoka Equine where he is getting the care he needs.