“We adopted Bug four years ago and she is our main pony for our four children. We have been looking to add another as she and our daughter (Bug’s main rider) have really formed an amazing bond. We took an epic road trip to Lexington, Kentucky for a Pony Club festival and were able to witness their hard work together. I’ve included some pictures. Bug is our first horse and a special mare at that. I imagine she will be part of our family forever.”
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 brought Rosie in for a (non-riding) lesson with Stable Pathways – she was amazing! Usually she’s unaware of personal space (ha ha!), but she was present and respectful and tolerant. It was exciting!” –Patti
“We adopted Ranger (formerly known Oberon) in 2008. Last year we retired and moved to New Mexico where the weather is great for riding all year long! Just wanted you to know how much fun we’re having and that Ranger is a very happy boy. Here’s a pic of Ranger (the buckskin) and me along with Casey and our new rescue guy, Chief, who we adopted through Walkin’N’ Circles Ranch.”
Congratulations to the Fedewa family and their adopted miniature horses from MHARF, Roger and Patsy, for their success at the Isanti County Fair 4H show! Patsy took home Reserve Champion for Showmanship and Grand Champion for Costume (she made a great lion!) and Roger took home a 1st in Showmanship.