Titan is dun yearling grade quarter horse colt who came to MHARF from a a late March 2019 Fillmore County humane case. He was still with his mother who was also emaciated. He has now been weaned and gelded (thank you to the Minnesota Horse Welfare Coalition for sponsoring his surgery!) He has been placed with trainer Deb Anderson for our 2019 Promise of the Future Training Competition, an in-hand training competition for young horses that takes place in conjunction with our annual Trainer’s Challenge on 09/07/19. You can follow Deb and Titan’s training journey throughout the summer on Titan’s Facebook Page!
Epona came to MHARF from a late March 2019 Fillmore County humane case. She was foaled in approximately 2017. Epona is a nice young mare who is still working on gaining some much needed weight. She has been placed with trainers Cameryn and Morgan Allen for our 2019 Promise of the Future Training Competition.
You can follow Epona’s training journey on her Facebook Page!
You can read more about this humane case by following the links to media coverage on our Home Page.
This red dun mare came to MHARF during a late March 2019 Fillmore County humane case. She was extremely emaciated at intake and had an older bay colt at her side. The colt has now been weaned and she is able to put all of the calories she is receiving towards gaining weight. This poor older mare (in her late teens) is not so sure she wants much to do with people right now. She has been coming around very nicely with kind handling and regular feeding. We are hoping to find a foster or adoptive home for her–some place where she can have her own safe space and access to her own food without having defend it from other horses for now. She has some trust issues and definitely needs a place with experienced horse people. To read more about this case, please see the links to media coverage on our Home Page.
Luta came to MHARF from a March 2019 Fillmore County humane case. We have placed her with trainer Shaylor Alley for our 2019 Trainer’s Challenge. Luta still needs to gain some weight and we want to thank Shaylor for taking her as his Challenge horse even though she still requires rehabilitation time. Shaylor will work with Luta and give her the nutrition and rehab care she needs while also starting her training on the ground. When she is ready he will start her under saddle so she can compete in the Challenge on Sept. 7th and find a new home. You can follow Luta’s and Shaylor’s journey on their Facebook Page .
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Fannie Mae is a sweet sabino Tennessee Walking Horse mare who stands 14.2hh and was foaled in 2000. She is broke to ride but she is laminitic in both front feet. She is currently being treated for this and is on a diet as well.