Knight

Knight is a 12.1hh bay roan welsh pony gelding who originally came to MHARF many years ago in a humane case. He was adopted but has now come back to us because the kids have grown up and they want him to find a new child to call his own! He is approximately 18 years old. He is not for a real beginner or very young child because he does need a rider who will be able to let him know they are in charge. Knight is missing one eye but it doesn’t really affect him.

Salsa

Salsa is a pinto mini mare who came to MHARF in a November 2018 humane case. She has had very little handling in her past and was not halter broke at intake time. She is learning to trust and is coming along well. Salsa is 34.5″ inches tall and approximately 6 years old.

Gabby (Student of the 2019 Trainer’s Challenge)

Gabby is a 13.2hh bay and white pinto pony mare who came to MHARF in fall 2018 at the request of social services because her elderly owner could no longer care for her. She did have some trust issues but is coming around very quickly! Gabby is not broke to ride and has now been placed with trainer Helen Levering for our 2019 Trainer’s Challenge. She will spend the spring and summer in training and will compete in the Challenge on Sept. 7th. For more information on how to adopt Gabby or any of the other horses at the Trainer’s Challenge, please visit our Adopting a Trainer’s Challenge Horse page!

Cheyenne

Cheyenne is nice older mare came to MHARF recently at request of social services because her elderly owner could no longer care for her. She is blind in one eye. We don’t know yet if she is broke to ride (although it is unlikely) and hope to have a training assessment done on her by spring.

Secoya (Student of the 2019 Trainer’s Challenge)

Secoya came to MHARF in late fall of 2018 of at the request of Stearns County social services because her elderly owner could no longer care for her. She has had little handling in the past and came in with some trust issues but she is coming around nicely. She is curious and definitely wants to be friendly. Secoya was foaled in approximately 2010 and stands 14.2hh. We don’t know her breeding but she is a stock-type horse.  She is not broke to ride and has been placed with trainer TJ Clibborn for our 2019 Trainer’s Challenge. She will spend the spring and summer in training and will compete in the Challenge on Sept. 7th. For more information on how to adopt Secoya or any of the other horses at the Trainer’s Challenge, please visit our Adopting a Trainer’s Challenge Horse page!