Breed or Raise Miniature Horses?
- There is so much to do with the mini: Drive, jump, play, parades, nursing home
visits, school visits etc. Truly the ambassador of good will for the horse
- A three-sided, run-in shed for protection from cold winds and wet weather is
usually sufficient shelter. Minis are very hardy animals and thrive on pasture,
sunshine and room to run and play.
teaching a child the proper care of a miniature it encourages discipline,
responsibility and respect. It also builds confidence and
self-esteem - qualities that carry over into adult life.
in summation, it is a delightful hobby for those who are retired, or have small children, or even for those working and busy most of the time. It does not take a great deal of land, fancy facilities, help or high overhead. It does take love, care, attention, and a sense of responsibility allied with a sense of wonder in nature.
Breeders of quality AMHA
registered Miniature Horses