Look at our little Smoochie transforming into a dressage star
So proud of this amazing mustang!!
Happy Adoption Day to Midnight and Michele.
We got to check in on Midnight last week and he’s doing great in his new home
We got to check in on one of our BLM burros a few weeks ago at his forever home in Woodstock, GA. Barney is enjoying life on the farm with Michelle Allred. He spends his days and nights out in the pasture with several other horses and ponies. He is still a little shy but enjoys getting lots of treats from the kids that come to ride at the barn. We are so grateful that Barney has found such a wonderful loving home.
Sweetie Pie is a 19 year old brown and white paint mustang mare that was captured as a yearling in Salt Wells Creek, WY. She came to MWHR several years ago with another mustang, Spark Plug. Sweetie and Sparky were trained by MWHR founder, David Hesse, and severed as our ambassadors for many years. We are happy to say that Sweetie Pie has finally been adopted into her forever home by Karen McClure and now lives with former MWHR burro, Poncho, along with another horse and pony on a beautiful farm in Milton, GA. We are sad to see Sweetie Pie go but so happy for her to have found such a wonderful family.
We recently got to stop in and see one of our BLM donkeys at his adoptive home. Poncho (formerly known as Fred) is loving life with his new family. He’s quite friendly once he warms up to you and constantly wants ear scratches. We are so grateful that Karen McClure took in this sweet boy and gave him such a wonderful, loving home.
Shelby (formerly know as Guinness) is an 8 year old Grulla mustang mare that was captured in Cedar Mountain, UT and came to MWHR at the beginning of August because her owner could no longer financially afford to keep her. She was with us only about a week before our friends, Kelly & Lee Bates of Cooper Sandy Farm, came to see her and offered to foster and help with her training. Well, fostering didn’t last long as Lee and Shelby quickly became “attached” at the hip. It’s rare that we are able to find the perfect match so quickly but this is one of those truly wonderful moments. We look forward to getting regular updates on Lee and Shelby’s adventures together.
MWHR is in need of foster homes and also have horses available for adoption.
Please help us spread the word and if you know anyone that is willing to foster a horse / pony; willing to donate use of their land or free lease a pasture, please let us know! We are a 501(c)3, there is a great tax donation to claim on this year’s taxes. Please send us a message via our contact form with your contact information and our committee will contact you.