Thank you to Elizabeth for this update on her beautiful adopted palomino! “Miss Phoebe (formerly Loma Linda) is doing so great. Such a love and so willing to try anything. Can throw the saddle on her back with out a problem. She’s a peach!”
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Thank you to Bob’s special person for these photos on the 10th anniversary of his adoption!
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Thank you to Ellana for this nice message and update on Zameel! ” I adopted a horse from you guys almost 10 years ago. His name is Zameel. I can’t thank you guys enough for what you do and I can’t thank you enough for my horse. He has changed my life and he has the most wonderful personality. He loves running out to the pasture and playing with other horses. Thank you guys so much for the horse I love so much.”
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Thank you to Tiffany for this update on Eclipse! “Eclipse is doing amazing!”
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Our hearts go out to Cindy and her family. They just had to say good bye their MHARF alum Lacy. This pretty mare was over 30 years old! Thank you to Cindy and family for giving her such a wonderful home for so many years! Cindy says she is “going to miss her soft nicker every time I approach the paddock. She had so much personality!”
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Thank you to Deborah for these pics of Quinn and Maggie, both adopted from MHARF. Deborah says, “Thank you for letting me adopt them!” We say, thank YOU, Deborah, for giving two horses a great home!
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Our hearts go out to Brenda on the loss of her beautiful mare Zarita (Saraswaitie). Zarita was an off-the-track-thoroughbred adopted through MHARF. (You may recognize this beautiful photo because Zarita and Brenda grace the “Adopt” button on our website). Thank you, Brenda, for giving this mare such a loving home and wonderful life!
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I just wanted to share some updates on Lilo (formerly Lucy) whom I adopted last August! Lilo is doing great at our barn and recently celebrated her first birthday! She has been turned out during the day with a small herd of mares and is an absolute riot. Being an orphan, she is a bit naïve to horse culture, so she doesn’t always understand the other horse’s body language, but they have all figured out that she is an odd one and let her have her way. I have been doing a lot of ground work with her and have her lunging a bit too. She loves to run around with me and play, and even does well in some liberty work! Whenever I beckon to her or approach her gate, she runs up and wants to follow me out. Sometimes I walk in and get to sit next to her too as she naps in the sun. I have received great complements on her behavior from the chiropractor who adjusted her last December who also called her my dog (which I think is true, she is a big dog) and the farrier complemented her behavior and said that she has great leg and hoof structure. Other boarders always joke that they want to steal her because she is so sweet, and I agree, she is such a sweetheart. She loves hugs and gives kisses to me all the time. Although it is a lot of work raising a young horse, I am so glad that I jumped on the opportunity to adopt Lilo. She is the best companion that I could have asked for and our temperaments match perfectly. I cannot wait to see what she grows up to be like as we grow together! Thank you for pairing me with such a great filly!
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