Summit Dazzling Dolly

Dolly  (reg. with AMHR as Summit Dazzling Dolly) is a 34″ pinto mini mare who was foaled in 2007. Dolly was adopted but is now looking for a new home. She does have in-hand show experience. Dolly is bonded to another mini mare we have available, Fiona, and we would like to see them find a home together if possible.


Romeo (Romeo has been Adopted!)

Update 12/29/18: Romeo has been ADOPTED into a new home and is no longer available.

Romeo is a beautiful dark bay grade Arabian gelding who stands 15hh and was foaled in approximately 2008. He came to MHARF in January 2018 with a large group of horses from a case. He has been in training with Jamie Moeller of Lanoux Stables. He is very well trained and has a lot of “buttons” and knows a lot of cues. Because of his careful training, he needs a rider who is also knowledgeable about those cues. He is suitable for an advanced beginner (preferably working with trainer) or intermediate rider. He has lovely, smooth gaits and is an extremely nice horse!

Video #1 of Romeo Under Saddle

Video #2 of Romeo Under Saddle


Goldie (Goldie has been Adopted!)

Update: Goldie has been Adopted!

Goldie is a very nice pony mare who was foaled in approximately 2000 and stands approximately 11.2hh. She originally came to MHARF from a humane case many years ago and was adopted but has now been returned to find a new home. She has had excellent care and handling. She has been used for many pony rides and pony “photo shoots” and is very used to kids and commotion. She is excellent with children and is very quiet, gentle and sweet. Goldie has not been ridden independently a lot (without someone leading her), nor has she ever been bitted. But she is so gentle and tractable and willing to please that it shouldn’t take much time at all to get her riding independently. She is definitely worth the effort! Some other things to note about Goldie: she is not used to being turned out with large horses and is quite timid of the ones on the other side of her paddock fence. And, as we recommend for all ponies and minis, she shouldn’t be out on lush pasture in the spring and summer. Ponies and minis are much more susceptible to laminitis than other breeds and their access to grass should be limited.

Rain Dance Ruby (Ruby has been Adopted!)

Rain Dance Ruby is a very nice 2003 15.2hh American Saddlebred mare who originally came to MHARF from a Pine County humane case.  She competed in our 2011 Trainer’s Challenge with trainer Natalie Payne. She was adopted but has been returned to us because her adopter could no longer keep her. She is now back in training with Anna Hill. She did have some driving training back in 2011 but has not been driven since that time. You can follow her progress with Anna Hill on her Facebook page Here!

Appaloosa Lady

Update: Happily, Lady’s owner has been able to take her back so she is no longer in need of a new home!

Appaloosa Lady is a pretty mare who was foaled in 2005 and stands 14.2hh. She has come to MHARF for placement because her owner can sadly no longer keep her. She is broke to ride and is most suitable for an advanced beginner or intermediate rider as she does have some get up and go. She is a sweet mare with good ground manners. We will have more info on Lady soon!