Skip is yearling colt who came to MHARF from a July 2019 Carlton County humane case. He was extremely malnourished at intake and was also treated for pneumonia. He is now doing much better and has now been released from in-patient care at the clinic. Now he just needs to concentrate on gaining some much needed weight (which shouldn’t be a problem now that he doesn’t have to compete with other horses for his food). We will post updates as he grows and fills out!
This pinto gelding came to MHARF from a late March 2019 Fillmore County humane case. He is in his early 20’s and was extremely emaciated at intake. He was taken directly to Anoka Equine Veterinary Services where he spent the next two weeks receiving rehabilitative care and veterinary treatment. He has now been moved to a great foster home where he will continue his rehab. It is likely he will be adopted by his foster home once his rehab is complete. You can find links to the media coverage of this humane case on our Home Page.
Swamp Cat is a quarter pony gelding who stands approximately 13.2hh and was foaled in approximately 2000. He was recently returned to MHARF because his adopter could no longer keep him. Cat is a super sweet boy and is broke to ride but he does have issues with arthritis and we aren’t certain if he will be suitable for riding in the future. He is currently in our foster program as a companion.
Bayard is a grade Arabian gelding who came to MHARF from a December 2017 case. He was foaled in approximately 2010 and stands around 14.2hh. Bayard has a stifle injury that we believe happened last summer. He needs some rehabilitation time to regain musculature that leg. he has been receiving wonderful care and therapy (including massages!) at his foster home. He has a very sweet temperament. If you would like to donate towards Bayard’s care while he is in rehabilitation, please Click Here!