Entries by mharf

Latte

Latte is a 14.2hh buckskin welsh cob gelding who was foaled in 2014. Latte is broke to ride but has developed some “scooting” issues under saddle. We have determined these issues are not pain related. Latte may have been rushed in his training and is confused about what is being asked of him. He needs to be restarted by a patient, gentle and experienced trainer. He will need an owner with whom he can establish a trusting relationship.

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Sassy

Sassy is a 14hh Rocky Mountain Horse mare who was foaled in 1992. She is gaited, has a nice temperament and is broke to ride. She is still a little on the thin side so needs to put on a few pounds. She is a smaller mare–so suitable for a smaller adult. She like trail riding and likes to lead.

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Patches (Patches has been Adopted!)

Update: Patches has been ADOPTED!

Patches is a very nice Tennessee Walking Horse gelding who was foaled in 1999. He stands approximately 15hh. Patches is a super nice older gelding who cam to MHARF because his owner could sadly no longer keep him. He is broke to ride and we are told he is a good trail horse but is more of a follower than a leader. He has a very sweet temperament.

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Bell

Bell is a black quarter horse mare who stands 14.3hh and was foaled in approximately 2004. Her previous owner was in a debilitating car accident this spring and the family reached out to MHARF as the best option to ensure a safe future for her three horses.  Bell is broke to ride and we are told she was used as a ranch horse. It has been a few years since she has been ridden so she will need a refresher.

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Anna

Anna is a Friesian mare who was foaled in approximately 2002 and stands approximately 15.1hh. Anna’s previous owner was in a debilitating car accident this spring and the family reached out to MHARF as the best option to ensure a safe future for her three horses. Anna is not broke to ride but she has really nice ground manners. We currently waiting on test results for Cushing’s Disease, due to the extremely curly hair coat she had when she came in (thank you to Wendy DeCamp of Essence of Equus for doing a full body clip on Anna to make her more comfortable for warm weather!).

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