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, we decided it was the best thing to do for her at her age. She is now in a wonderful new home where she is getting the continuing veterinary care she requires.

Cap (Adopted)

Cap is a bay grade quarter horse gelding came to MHARF during a recent March 2022 Pine County humane case. He was foaled in approximately 2012. He has now gone to trainer Marirose Berner of MJB Horse Training to begin his training assessment. However, she is starting slowly with him because he still needs to put on weight at this time. He has a great temperament and good ground manners. Watch for updates!

Lonna (Adopted)

Lonna is a pinto mare came to MHARF during a recent March 2022 Pine County humane case. She was foaled in approximately 2012. Lonna is now out of the rehab program and has an adoption pending.

Chaska (Adopted)

Chaska is a nice older pinto mare (early 20’s) who was originally adopted from MHARF back in 2005. Her adopter could sadly no longer keep her so she is back with us and in need of a new home. Chaska stands approximately 14.2hh. She is broke to ride and we will be having a trainer do an assessment on her as soon as there is an opening.

Rake

Rake is a 15.1hh pinto gelding (unknown breeding) who was foaled in approximately 2010. He originally came to MHARF in 2014 from a humane case. He was a stud at intake and very thin (Body score of 1.5/2 on Henneke Scale). Rake was adopted but has now been returned to MHARF because his adopter could sadly no longer keep him. He is broke to ride and is currently with trainer Sarah Helms of Step Up Horsemanship for assessment and refresher training. Rake is suitable at this time for an intermediate rider and up. He is a pretty “easy keeper” and should be kept off of lush pasture in the spring and summer.

Video of Rake’s Initial Ride w/ Trainer