Miniature Horses

Raising Quality Miniature Horses . . . IN COLOR!

"Ask me to show you Poetry in motion, and I will show you a Horse"

     Welcome to the world of Miniature Horses! These adorable little horses are a unique breed - an elegant, little scaled down version of a large size horse. Miniatures are a height breed. A true miniature, as defined by the American Miniature Horse Association, must be under 34" (measured at the withers, which is the last hair of the mane) to the ground.

     Miniature Horses make excellent pets due to their gentle affectionate nature, small size, and versatility. Children can learn to care for and even ride some of the larger minis long before they would be able to handle a horse or pony; while older people, and those with physical handicaps, have found the miniature to be an excellent substitute for the full-size horse they may not be physically able to handle. Everyone else just seems to fall in love with them and cant resist the charm of a "pint-sized" horse!

     Whether you are looking for companionship, pleasure, fun or competition, the Miniature Horse does it all! Go for a relaxing drive, show off your mini in a parade, visit the elderly in nursing homes, and have some fun winning ribbons at a show! The AMHA (American Miniature Horse Association) and AMHR (American Miniature Horse Registry) sponsor shows throughout the United States for those who enjoy the thrill of competition. Miniatures compete in Halter, Hunter/Jumper, Driving, Obstacle/Trail, and Showmanship Classes.

     Whatever you are looking for, we want to help you find that perfect mini to add to your family.

    Please take a look around. We do offer a few AMHA foals for sale each year, and have "rescue horses" that need good homes on a regular basis.

"Where in this wide world can [a person] find nobility without pride, friendship without envy, or beauty without vanity? Here, where grace is laced with muscle and strength by gentleness confined. He serves without servility, has fought without enmity. There is nothing so powerful, nothing less violent, there is nothing so quick, nothing so patient."     
~Ronald Duncan   From "To The Horse"




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