Entries by mharf

Lacey

Lacey is a Tennessee Walking Horse/ Paso Fino  mare who was foaled around 2009. She stands approximately 14.2hh. Lacey is a nice mare who is a little more on the nervous side temperament-wise. She is currently in training with Anna Hill of Longstocking Stables where she is being given some time to settle in and is also learning to ground drive before being started under saddle. She ties, loads, and stands for saddling,

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Ola (Adopted)

Update 07/16/22: Ola has been ADOPTED!

Meet Ola the circus pony. Ola, who was part of a traveling circus touring Minnesota in May 2022, came in to MHARF as an owner surrender because he was in need of surgery for scirrhous cord (a bacterial infection and fibrosis of the spermatic cord remnant which can be a complication of castration surgery). There was no way for Ola to have the surgery and stall rest and recovery time he needed if he remained with the traveling circus.

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Dove (Adoption Pending)

Dove is a roan mare who was foaled in approximately 2008. She came to MHARF in an April 2022 Kanabec County humane case. Dove has put on some weight and she is now in a foster home where she is being assessed for training level. So far her foster person Jenny says she is very calm and stands well for everything. She has been ridden in the arena and on the road around the farm.

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Piper

Piper is a 2019 POA (Shetland Pony x Appaloosa) mare who came in during an April 2022 Kanabec County humane case. She is not started under saddle and is available for adoption (as soon as she has her dental check and float if needed). She should go to a home with experience with young horses.

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Lark (Adopted)

Lark is a young sorrel gelding (foaled in approximately 2018) who came in during an April 2022 Kanabec County humane case. He has been in our rehab program while he had his intake vet work don, put on weight, and completed his treatment for lice. He is now looking much better and is on the list for training assessment as soon as we have a training opening.

 

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