Caring for your horse
I finally got some pictures of the babies born in 2018. They aren’t brushed and cleaned up, but we got them all photographed and measured so I can get their registration papers in. If anyone is looking for a teeny tiny stallion we have one for sure. Most are very small, especially since the majority of our horses are very tiny, less than 30″! Here’s a few pictures of rounding them up for pictures. You can see the new foals for sale here.
This is the tiny stallion measuring at only 22″. He was born last April.
This is two of our mares with their foals. The little black filly is only 24″ born last April as well.
Some of the herd running in the smaller corral.
We have several tiny babies for sale. They are ready to wean off, hopefully this week, now that the hurricanes have past. We’ve got a tiny, tiny stallion that will make a super therapy horse or breeding sire. Hopefully, I’ll post some pictures this week. Please keep checking back for future posts.
This year has been a remarkable year with our babies going all over the country to their new homes.
We have some very excited customers who received some of our best horses and foals. I’m happy that they went to such loving families.
Thank you for all who has requested information on our horses. We have one little stallion left from last years 2015 crop that is still quite small and
very colorful. We have plenty of quality breeding stallions for sale and several mares that hopefully will be foaling soon.
We have a large selection of minis of all colors and mostly small. If you are looking for a good bred mini or breeding stallion, we have something to suit every price range.
Give us a call or email and see what we have available for you.
This year, one of our tiniest colts was born. He will stay SMALL. Will get everyone measured soon, but he is going to mature probably under 27″. Our stallions are colorful and a tiny little sorrel filly. She is the granddaughter of our tiny 26″ stallion, Yancy.
We had a tiny colt born on Saturday. This was the first foal born to our Mare, Shady Oaks Pumpkin. She didn’t have any milk at first, but if finally came in after giving her some shots to bring the milk in. The little guy is solid white with one dark black spot on the top of his head. He is very tiny and very strong. Just as cute as ever. See his picture.
I just wanted to say “thank you” for having such a nice, informative web site. I am getting a Mini colt(11 months), and it has been 20 years since I have had mini’s. I grew up with 2 as a child, and have a full size horse now, but wanted a “refresher” course. I have searched long and hard on the net, and there has been a lot of vague info, but your site was very helpful.
Thanks again! Sincerely,
Alicia A. Bentley
Llaughing Llama Farm
This information is based on my knowledge of what I know from being around horses my entire life. It is a guideline, but please contact your veterinarian regarding the care and health problems of your miniature horse.