Shadow (Shadow has been Adopted!)

Update: Shadow has been ADOPTED!

Shadow is a miniature gelding who came from an August 2020 Sherburne County humane case. Shadow is very overweight and needs a home where he will be kept on a dry lot with a strict diet.

Breena (Breena has been Adopted!)

Update: Breena has been Adopted!

Breena is pretty gray grade Arabian mare came to MHARF in spring of 2020 because her owner could no longer keep her. She is 6 years old and approximately 14.2hh. She is not broke to ride and has not had a lot of work on the ground in the past–but she has a nice temperament and manners.

Maddie (Maddie has been Adopted!)

Maddie has been ADOPTED!

Maddie is a 2003 14.2hh leopard appaloosa mare who originally came to MHARF in 2012. She was adopted in 2013 but has now been returned because her adopter could no longer keep her. She is currently in refresher training with Anna Hill. Maddie does currently have an adoption pending.

Mabel (Mabel has been adopted!)

Update 07/16/20: Mabel has been ADOPTED! Thank you to Dr. Kalina for opening her home to Mabel and Bingo! Mabel came to MHARF from a June 2020 Brown County owner surrender case. Bingo was born just a few days after intake and has required ongoing veterinary care due to some neurological issues. We normally don’t adopt animals out before weaning, but since this was an opportunity for both mom and baby to go together and to even have their very own veterinarian to live with–we thought it was definitely in their best interest!

Mabel is a mini donkey jennet who came to MHARF from a June 2020 Brown County owner surrender case. She was pregnant, malnourished and dehydrated at intake. She gave birth to Bingo on 06/19/20. They had to be taken back to Anoka Equine Veterinary Services for emergency care shortly after but are now at the MHARF farm in our rehab program.

 

Bingo (Bingo has been adopted!)

Update 07/16/20: Bingo has been ADOPTED! Thank you to Dr. Kalina for opening her home to Mabel and Bingo! Mabel came to MHARF from a June 2020 Brown County owner surrender case. Bingo was born just a few days after intake and has required ongoing veterinary care due to some neurological issues. We normally don’t adopt animals out before weaning, but since this was an opportunity for both mom and baby to go together and to even have their very own veterinarian to live with–we thought it was definitely in their best interest!

Bingo is a mini donkey jack who was born 06/19/20, just a few days after his mother Mabel came to MHARF from a Brown County owner surrender case.  Because of Mabel’s malnourished and dehydrated state at intake, Bingo did require some in-patient care at Anoka Equine Veterinary Services shortly after birth. They are now back at the farm in our rehab program. Bingo has some ongoing issues that we are working with a veterinarian to assess.