Jon is a Belgian gelding in his late teens to early twenties who came to us from a recent Stearns County humane case. He’s a nice gelding who wants to be friendly, is easy to catch, leads and loads well. We are still assessing Jon so watch for updates.
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Quincy is a grayed-out pinto draft gelding in is mid-teens (possible a Shire or Gypsy cross) who came to us from a recent Stearns County humane case. He leads and loads okay but still has some trust issues and is harder to catch. He is being treated for scratches. We are still assessing Quincy and will posy updates soon.
Thank you so much to Jennifer for these beautiful pics of her mare Jazz (formerly known as Louise) who was adopted 15 years ago after she came in from a Pine County humane case.
Thank you to Jenny for this photo of her recently adopted mare Breena (the gray) learning about trails during the beautiful fall weather. Jenny says Breena is very sweet, very smart, and very loved! » Read more about: Breena is “Very Loved” »
Thank you to Abby for this update on Turtle. Abby adopted Turtle after he won our 2020 MHARF Trainer’s Challenge (w/ Nate Stener) and it looks like it was a great match!
Today is Turtle’s 4th birthday (Nov. 5th). He is doing great and is super friendly. He likes to follow people everywhere and loves the attention. Turtle and I are taking Parelli lessons with Anna Hill and going on trail rides. Turtle has a girlfriend, » Read more about: Turtle and Abby are a Great Match »