Rest in Peace, Misty Barbeau.

Rest in Peace, Misty Barbeau! Our hearts go out to the McMillen family. Thank you for giving Misty so much love!

“We adopted Misty at MHARF, a horse rescue in Zimmerman. We won the jackpot when she came into our lives. This gentle soul touched all our hearts and everyone who came in contact with her. We were so lucky to know her! But alas, her age caught up with her and today we had to say goodbye. We will miss you so very much, Misty Barbeau. Life won’t be the same without you.”

“I am so thankful to have her.”

Thank you to Jordyn for this update on Bad Lass! Lass originally came to MHARF in a 2016 Pine County humane case. She was adopted by Jordyn in January 2018.

“Lass is doing amazing and I love her so much. We get along so well! I nick named her “Pancake” and she even walks up to me when I yell that to her in the pasture . I just recently found out she loves thin mint girl scout cookies ( I knew we got a long for a reason). She has a great personality and is a once in a lifetime horse for me. I am so thankful to have her – Thank you so much for making it possible!”

“This Horse is Incredibly Special”

Thank you to Cindy for sending us this update on Jr. (formerly known as Ernie) and for giving him such a wonderful life!

“I just want people to know these are great horses if given the chance, proper care, and training. This horse is incredibly special and I’m so blessed to be his human.”

(You may recognize this beautiful sorrel gelding as our 2011 Trainer’s Challenge grand champion with trainer Annie Schaal.)

“She’s a Once in a Lifetime Horse for me”

Thank you so much to Jordyn for this update on Bad Lass!
“Lass is doing amazing and I love her so much. We get along so well! I nick named her “Pancake” and she even walks up to me when I yell that to her pasture . I just recently found out she loves thin mint girl scout cookies ( I knew we got a long for a reason). She has a great personality and is a once in a lifetime horse for me. I am so thankful to have her – Thank you so much for making it possible!”

Francisco Sends His Regards…

Just an update on Cisco (we call him Cookie because he loves horse treats): he is doing well. He spent the winter eating, playing with his buddy, playing with the jolly ball, salt pan and any other toys we could find for him and his buddy.  Didn’t get many pictures of him in the deep cold as the camera wouldn’t work– but he left his blanket on for a couple of days when it was terribly cold.  Cisco sends regards, he is tired of snow and looking forward to grass! (Cisco, aka Francisco, is the one with the big star).–Brenda