Patsy

Patsy is a miniature mare who was foaled in 2008. She was originally adopted with her buddy Fiona and both have participated in 4H events. Now the kids have moved onto larger horses and Patsy and Fiona’s adopter would love for them to find a new home where they will get the attention they deserve. They are very bonded and we prefer they be adopted together.

 

Piccolo (Piccolo has been ADOPTED!)

Update: 12/31/19 Piccolo has been ADOPTED!

Piccolo is a medium pony gelding who was foaled in approximately 2007. He came to MHARF as an owner surrender because they could no longer properly care for him.

Svenna (Svenna has been ADOPTED!)

Update: Svenna has been Adopted!

Svenna is a silver dapple miniature mare who came to MHARF from a November 2019 Chisago County humane case along with her 4 month old colt. She spent several days at the University of MN having her intake vet work done. She has been in a foster home since intake. Her colt is now  being weaned and her foster home has decided to adopt her.  The horses from this case had some of the heaviest internal parasite loads we have seen ( fecal float showed 1800 eggs per gram) so we have been working with the vet to get that under control.

Poppy (Poppy has been Adopted!)

Update 12/22/19: Poppy has been ADOPTED!

Poppy is a buckskin miniature filly who was foaled in spring of 2019. She came to MHARF from a November 2019 Chisago County humane case. Poppy spent several days at Anoka Equine Veterinary Services having her intake vet work done and being treated for pneumonia and a heavy parasite load. The horses from this case had some of the heaviest internal parasite loads we have seen ( fecal float showed 1800 eggs per gram). She then went into a foster home and has no been adopted by her foster provider.

Elsa (Elsa has been ADOPTED!)

Elsa has been Adopted!

Elsa is a light gray mini mare who came in from a November 2019 Chisago County humane case. Elsa spent several days at the University of MN having her intake vet work done, has been preg checked and is in foal with a winter baby. We normally don’t adopt out pregnant mares, but Elsa’s foster home is very experienced with foaling, so when they asked to adopt her (and her foal in-utero) we  agreed.