Shady Oaks Miniature Horses
Shady Oaks Miniature Horse Farm has been raising Miniature Horses for Sale since 1987. We specialize in miniature horses under 30 inches. All of our minis are AMHA registered. For the last few years we have reduced the size of our minis with most averaging 30″ and under and have some beautiful colors for sale. So if you are wanting a true tiny horse, then check out our miniature horses for sale.
We have been in the horse business all of our lives, but the minis were a great addition. After we purchased our first miniature, we visited farms everywhere from Florida, New York, visiting the top breeders in the miniature horse industry. We have had some of the best bloodlines that go back to Van’t Huttenest, Dell Tera, Komokos, Kegley’s, Fallabella,and many, many more. Our herd now consists of small breeding mares, tiny stallions and several babies on the way. We have a variety of colors including, paints, black, palominos, bays and buckskins.
All of our horses are registered with AMHA. We have been breeding smaller each year and now have a nice herd of small minis under 30″ tall. Many of our horses are for sale and they range in color from buckskins, bays, blacks and paints. Many of our horses have the blue eyes. Several generations of our horses can be seen on our farm. That way you know what you are buying.
We have decided to reduce our herd, now that our children are grown and we so many interests to keep us busy.
If you are new to the miniature horse industry and would like to find out more about miniature horses, please visit our mini facts page to find our how to buy a miniature horse and what to look for when buying a miniature. We have compiled some information on the Care of Miniature Horses. If you are wanting to learn about caring for miniature horses please see our mini care page.
Looking for a Minature Horse?
We have serveral generations to chose from and lots of colors. Being registered with the American Miniature Horse Registry, you can’t go wrong.
The website has been updated and some of our pictures aren’t the best of our horses with their winter coats. Hope to get some better ones in the spring. We’ve got some of the smallest, colorful minis that you will find.