Miniature Horses and Shetland Ponies
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Just curious if there are many miniature horse or Shetland pony owners on this site.... It seems very nicely done and well organized. We have been in the industry for over 35 years and enjoy sharing our experience and knowledge. We offer seminars, camps, one on one lessons, auctions, events all here at the farm to help people learn about management, breeding, foaling, showing and genetics.  We are also looking for a trainer/handler with horse experience to add to our facility. Preferably one with Arabian/Morgan/Hackney background that can drive, ride, train and give lessons. If you know of anyone - please forward our web address and contact info. Thanks!



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Good Morning:

I'm Linda, one of the owners of the website.  Personally I own Missouri Fox Trotters, however, I'm a big fan of the mini's and Shetlands and "Buckeroo" is a beauty!  We do have lots of members who love the smaller breeds.  Feel free to make friends, share ideas, photos, videos, start a group or write a blog.  Have fun and enjoy the site.

Here are just a few nicknames of our mini lovers:

BrandiF, willowroc, tenderheartsranch, Elijah, ohiowoodlandacres, chynarose, and from South Africa is roots_n_wings (they have shared lots of photos . Here's a link to their photo page:

There are lots more mini lovers, you can find out more about who they are by viewing peoples profiles and making friends. Another good way to find mini fans is to flip thru the photo section.

Also feel free to share your services, camp info, events in Classifieds. You can select from free photo or premium ads.

Have any questions, just let me know.............Linda

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