American Miniature PonyMiniature American Pony
The American miniature horse's story
American Miniature HorseThe American Miniature Horses are a rare race whose limitation is their age. He must be a healthy, equilibrated stallion with the typical qualities of most large races. This American miniature stallion gives the feeling of power, mobility and intellect and is available in all possible colours.
American miniature ponies from many different origins the origin of the race. A small stallion first mentioned in the United States in 1888, and research shows little visibility of real miniature paintings until 1960. It is a common misconception that American miniature ponies used the genealogy of British and Flemish mining ponies that were introduced to the land in the nineteenth centuary and were only used in some mining sites in the Appalachians in 1950.
He also relied on the Shetland pony's genealogy, some of which can be found in the family trees of some thumbnails today. Over the last ten years, several breeder have been importing miniature ponies from England, Holland, Belgium and West Germany, while others have been breeding miniature ponies from the bigger herds.
The American Miniature Horse Association (AMHA) was founded in 1978. It' now the only register that focuses solely on real thumbnails, 34 inch and below. Pony over 34 inch are not regarded as thumbnails; they were not at the beginning, and they are not today (except for the 38 inch and below measuring miniature AMHR).
American miniature horses as a race are currently being standardised. American Miniature Horses Association was founded in July 1978 to keep a register and a studbook. The Standard of Perfection was adopted in 1978 and that two fundamental physical styles, a "draft" style and a fine-legged "refined" style, were present in the current base inventory, the Standard required a mixture of styles into an elegance littlester.