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Pigeon (Currently in Rehab)

Pigeon is a sorrel gelding who was foaled in approximately 2007. He came to MHARF as an owner surrender during a recent Kanabec County humane case. Pigeon will be assessed for training level as soon as his intake veterinary work is complete, he has finished treatment for lice, and he has put on a little more weight.


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Bartol is an appaloosa pony gelding who was foaled in 2017. He is a medium sized pony standing approximately 12hh. He is not broke to ride but he does seem to have good ground manners. We will update his information as we learn more about him from his foster home (thank you to the Fedewa family).

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Rest in Peace, Scarlet

We are always sad to hear that one of our alumni has crossed the “Rainbow Bridge”, but we are thankful to Carla and her family for doing all they could for Scarlet and for knowing when it was time to make the final, kindest decision for her. We know if wasn’t easy and we are sorry for the loss of their beautiful mare.
“I wanted to let you know that Scarlet (formerly Christa) who we adopted in March of 2015 had to be put down in February after a long battle to recover from a deep digital flexor tendon injury in her right front leg.

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Maya (Adopted)

Maya is a bay roan mare came to MHARF during a recent March 2022 Pine County humane case. She is a senior mare, aged possibly in late 20’s to 30’s. We don’t normally adopt a horse out until it has been through our rehab program; however, when given the opportunity to adopt Maya out to a new home with the experience necessary to care for her during the refeeding and rehab process,

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