Here is an update on Piper we received from her adopter, Wren. We want to say thank you to Wren for sticking with this very nice mare through the first more difficult months! We can never stress enough that horses, whether they are adopted or purchased, are all living, feeling beings with minds of their own. Most of them come with baggage from the past that they can’t tell us about. Responsible owners are those that are willing to give them the time they need to settle in,
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Update 03/17: Boone’s Bandito has been adopted and is no longer available.
Callie (Boone’s Bandito) is a 2002 registered paint mare who stands 15.2hh. Callie’s previous adopter is going to vet school (which is extremely time-consuming!) and would like her to find a new home where she will have consistent work. This is a really nice mare who has been extremely well cared for. She is suitable for a confident intermediate rider, has done western pleasure,
(Update 10/02/17: Emilia has been adopted!)
Emilia is a bay White Sands mustang filly who came to MHARF in December of 2016 from a South Dakota humane case (from the International Society for the Protection of Mustangs and Burros. You can find more details about this case HERE). She was relatively unhandled at intake but she is now halter broke and friendly. Emilia was foaled in 2015.
Francisco is a bay White Sands mustang who came to MHARF in December of 2016 from a South Dakota humane case (from the International Society for the Protection of Mustangs and Burros. Click Here to read more about this case). He was foaled in approximately 2014 and currently stands 14hh. Francisco was relatively unhandled at intake but he spent the summer of 2017 in training with Mikayla Billin for our Promise of the Future training competition.
Monte is a dark bay White Sands mustang who came to MHARF in December of 2016 from South Dakota humane case (from the International Society for the Protection of Mustangs and Burros. You can see more details on this case HERE). He was a stud at intake but has now been gelded. He was foaled in approximately 2014. He has nice thick bone and is a nice mover. Monte was unhandled at intake,