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Peaches (Graduate of the 2017 Trainer’s Challenge of the Unwanted Horse)

Update: Peaches has been adopted! Congratulations to Peaches and Leanna Giles for being our 2017 Trainer’s Challenge Reserve Champions!

Peaches is a 2010 registered American Saddlebred mare (Registered name: I’m Peachy Keen) who stands 15.1hh. Peaches is not broke to ride and is competing on our 2017 Trainer’s Challenge of the Unwanted Horse with trainer Leanna Giles. Peaches was graciously donated to our program when we had to pull another horse from the Challenge competition and required a replacement entry.

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Nova

Update 07/2018: Nova is having some ongoing issues with abscessing in one of her front hooves so she is back in our rehab progrma for now.

Nova is a grade gaited mare who came to MHARF from a 2015 Hubbard County humane case. She is black rabicano (limited white roaning) and very pretty. She stands 14.3hh and was foaled around 2004.  Nova is broke to ride and has been in training during the summer and fall of 2017 and is doing very well.

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Cactus Katie (Student of the 2019 Trainer’s Challenge)

Cactus Katie is a bay pinto mare who was foaled around 2007 and stands approximately 14.2hh. She came in in May of 2017 from an Isanti County humane case. Katie was in foal at intake and she gave birth to a healthy colt (on 06/16/17) who we named Cactus Jack. Jack has now been weaned and Katie is ready to find a new home. She is not broke to ride so has now been placed with trainers Savannah Deutsch and Gina Fiorentino in for our 2019 Trainer’s Challenge.

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Cooper (Potential Candidate for the 2019 Promise of the Future Competition)

Cooper came to MHARF in April 2017 as a two-week old foal from Last Chance Corral in Ohio. He needed to be bottle fed for several weeks but was handled a lot and has turned into a friendly and respectful young horse. He had a severe umbilical hernia which has been repaired and he has been gelded. We don’t have any info about Cooper’s breeding but he is GAITED and is already 14hh at one year of age!

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Midnite Gamble: Still Going Strong!

Midnite Gamble (Gambler) continues to do well. He is holding his own physically and still a delight to everyone who knows him.
Over the winter, our barn owner was moving him around in the indoor arena with his two gelding herd mates. She uses a stick with ribbons & flags attached. One evening, Gambler marched into the arena, to the “scary” corner (never for him!) and grabbed the stick and chased the other two fellas around.

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