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Arabic Miniature Horses & Miniature Show Horses for sale
Mini-ature horses are the smallest race in the equestrian industry. Over thirty years of riding the best AMHA-registered horses have been produced by our family. All our horses are listed twice in the AMHR register, which also recognises horses over 34 to 38 inch. The horses show a maximum of sophistication, finesse, proportions and excellent movements.
We' ll be updating our sale lists of our colts as soon as they get here and we' ll be sure to keep you up to date with the latest news on our sale pages! This site contains information for breeders about equine nutrition, equine nutrition, foal and ressources. They can also inform themselves about our yard, the Miniaturschaupferde and the newest Miniaturpferde.
Our main emphasis is on American Miniature Horse Association (AMHA) registrated horses that recognize the smallest miniature horses that can't be larger than 34 inch on the back. All our horses are twice registred with the American Miniature Horse Registry (AMHR).
Get to know Simba, the small animal who thinks she is a puppy - and has the run of the family.
The three-year-old is so small that it can bruise through the mouth of its owner's pet. Simba, the minature pony, loves to chew on cars and apples like any other pony. Simba enjoys relaxing on his court carpet back in his own barn and has a "Home Sweet Home" badge on the mural.
This barn, which was constructed only for Simba, is set to its high. Although Simba had never set a foot in a hall before, he won his ham league before being named Super Champions. Mom-of-two Amanda said she was appalled that Simba had even won the qualification category and was happy about the 250 pound money award, the carpet and the 1,000 pound gift certificate for Toys.
"When Simba won the first price, Amanda said she confessed to crying. "From the USA and Europe. It was a great minature horse" "When they said he had won, the presenter said: "They will sing in the valleys tonight" and we still are.
Sussex next weekend to collect the happy chick for Simba. Mandy, 45, purchased Simba, whose full name is Kil Cummer Simba The Lion Heart, for her boy Jack two years ago. There was a stallion, but then we just dumped it. And then we went to the carnival and they had all these little horses and Jack really wanted one.
He won the UK Pony Society Show in Malvern, which earned him a gold medal at the International Miniature Horse of the Year Show. Simba didn't let the glory go to her mind. As Amanda said, he loves to toy with the other bitches and kids in the barns where he live - but he loves to test the larger horses.
Next year Simba will return to claim his championship. He has also just launched a Facebook page, Simba the Lionheart, for all his supporters - and will make his first appearance next months at his first child in need buffe.