Update from Cameryn and Epona

We love this beautiful picture of MHARF alum Epona and her adopter Cameryn! Epona originally came to us in a March 2019 humane case. In September of that year she competed in our Promise of the Future in-hand training competition for young horses with Cameryn and her sister Morgan (winning first place!). Cameryn reports she and Epona are now spending many happy hours together riding.

“I’m so excited for what’s to come!”

We love posting these updates! This young Arabian mare is Faline (born at MHARF in 2018 after her pregnant mother Foxy came in during a humane case). Faline was adopted by Tonya in 2019 after competing in our 2019 Promise of the Future In-Hand competition with trainer Anna Hill. Thank you, Tonya, for giving Faline a wonderful home and for sending the photos and the update:
“I want to share some photos of Faline’s first time with a bareback pad and rider. She was very calm and stood nicely for me— all of our groundwork has paid off. I’m so excited for what’s to come!”😊

“We are having a great time together!”

“I just wanted to share a picture of Annie and I from a clinic this
summer. She is fabulous, and we are having a great time together.
Thanks so much for all you do! Keep up the good work!” –Lynette

“This has been one of the best choices of my life.”

A very nice photo update on Beau (formerly Flicker, who came to MHARF from a December 2017 Washington County humane case) from his adopter Shelley:
“This has been one of the best choices in my life 😊. He is so sweet, inquisitive and full of energy.”
Thank you to Shelley for giving Beau a great life!

“Della is doing awesome!”

“Della is doing awesome! We are getting along really well together and she’s coming a long way in the training I’ve been doing with her. We participated in the fair together and she did really well. We got 4 red ribbons and 2 white which is so amazing since I’ve had her for less than a year. She has been doing awesome at shows!” –Taylor