American Miniature Horses


American Miniature Horses are wonderful little equines.

The result of 400 years of selective breeding, they can reach a maximum height of 34 inches at the withers.

They come in all equine colors and types imaginable. If you do not have a lot of space or money to spare they can be an ideal solution, however, they have the same needs of their larger relatives. They are not house pets.

They need shelter and a pasture to exercise in and must have the same kinds of health care and training a large horse does. They compete in many different classes; halter, driving, jumping, and costume.

If trained properly they are wonderful children's pets.

Some have been used successfully as surrogate moms for orphan foals and as companions for nervous or lonesome horses.

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