Rudys Cabello

Rudys Cabello is an off-the-track thoroughbred mare who was released to MHARF in March 2020 case from the estate of an owner who could sadly no longer care for her. She was foaled in 2013. She is currently in our rehab foster program because of an issue with a hind foot. We will post more info soon.


Wakita is a stock-type mare who is estimated by the vet to have been foaled in approximately 2007. She came to us as an owner surrender. Wakita had an abdominal hernia that needed repair (most likely a trauma-related hernia). The surgery has now been done and she is on stall rest until May. She will be available for adoption after she has recovered and has had a training assessment.


Alexa is a 2017 dark bay thoroughbred mare who came to MHARF in February 2020. She was surrendered by an owner who had recently purchased her but did not have the resources to give her the care she needs. She has had her intake veterinary work and has been in a foster home where she has been receiving great care and is gaining weight nicely! Alexa does have a bad crack in one hoof so she is currently receiving treatment for that and remains in our “Rehab” program.



Ketch is a grulla colt who came to MHARF in November 2019 from a Carlton County humane case along with his mother Morsa.


Ketch will be weaned and gelded in spring of 2020 and be made available for adoption at that time. Watch for updates!


Tootsie (Potential Candidate for 2020 Promise of the Future Competition)

Tootsie is a coming yearling-aged filly (foaled in spring 2019) who came to us in November 2019 from a Carlton County humane case. Tootsie was quite thin at intake and spent several weeks at Anoka Equine being treated for malnourishment and intestinal parasites. Tootsie also required a blood transfusion early on and was diagnosed with an umbilical hernia which required surgical repair once she was strong enough for the surgery. Tootsie had the surgery in late January and has now been released from the clinic. She was on several weeks of stall rest in our rehab.  You can see by the updated photos how well she is doing! Tootsie is a potential candidate for our 2020 Promise of the Future In-Hand Training Competition for Young Horses.