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- What is a Filly, Colt, Foal, Yearling, Stallion, Mare, Sire, Dam?
- Miniature Horse Grooming Tips
- Newest addition to our farm!
- A Day at Sun Valley Miniatures
- How did miniature horses get so small?
- Grooming your mini
- Miniature horse vet care
- Do miniature horses play?
- 2010 Foals
- How much hay does a mini need?
- Tips on miniature horse breeding
- Where can I buy a miniature horse?
- How long do horses live?
- What to feed a miniature horse
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You know they’re tiny, adorable and popular with the citizens of fictional Pawnee, Ind., but here are some things you might still be wondering about miniature horses. 1. HOW LONG HAVE THEY BEEN AROUND? Despite some persistent myths to the … Continue reading
(CBS Local) — Miniature horses are among the service animals approved to take on flights, according to new guidelines provided Thursday by the federal government. Service animals on planes has been the subject of much debate over the past several … Continue reading
MALE FEMALE < 1 year foal / suckling/ weanling foal / suckling/ weanling 1-2 years yearling yearling < 4 years old colt filly > 4 years old stallion mare Parent sire dam Neutered gelding (castrated)
Groom your miniature horse regularly by brushing its coat with medium-bristled brushes. These brushes can be found at any equine supply or farm supply store. Always brush with the direction of the hair, and keep the bristles away from the … Continue reading
According to researchers, recognizable horses have been around for more than 60 million years, far longer than humans. The prehistoric Eohippus was quite small, just like many of today’s miniature horses. Horses have been successful for such a long time … Continue reading
Miniature horses shed twice per year, once in the spring as they lose their winter coats, and again in the fall as their winter coat grows in. The mini horses love to be brushed, and owners are encouraged to brush … Continue reading
Vet care for a horse is comparable to that of a dog. Yearly immunizations are required, and bi-monthly de-worming is required to keep the miniature horse healthy and protected from disease. A de-wormer (such as Ivermectin) can be administrated orally … Continue reading
As foals, miniature horses play extensively, running and chasing other foals, and playing with large balls. As the miniature horse matures they lose interest in play, but the mini horse can still enjoy games. One of the favorite games for … Continue reading
This is “Bolt”. I now have new owners …… Jason and Bridget Wright. This is COSMO. Born 4-2-2010. See me on the Sales page. This is SHORT & SASSY. Born 4-12-2010. See me on the Sales Page.