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Miniature Horse Breed Photos
 By PonyWriter   •   16th Oct 2012   •   2,338 views   •   5 comments
Ponybox receives hundreds of member submitted horse photos each week. In addition to our weekly featured graphics, we are going to add a new weekly news post featuring random horse breeds submitted to Ponybox.com. If you own this weeks featured breed, we would love to hear your comments on why you choose this breed and the pros and cons of owning the specific breed type.








Miniature Horse Breed Photos
Miniature Horse Breed Photos
Miniature Horse Breed Photos
Miniature Horse Breed Photos
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Seven Sins  
:3 I was surprised to see my photo of Willy in here :D
  Oct 16, 2012  •  1,792 views
 
Valkyrie  MOD online
I got my first mini (a black and white pinto yearling filly named Missy) for Christmas in 2003. My little sister got Beauty (who was then a 2yo). I sold Missy in 2010 as a kid's pony. We bred Beauty and she had Star. I still own both Beauty and Star :) Beauty is now 11 and Star will be seven on the 20th of October.

I don't know why I chose minis, but they were the perfect solution. At the time I was just 11 years old. I lived with my family on a small "lifestyle block" of just one acre. I had a Standardbred mare who we moved around but at the time was on a friend's farm. I didn't have time to ride her and couldn't get to where she was without mum or dad. We ended up selling her.

But minis fit onto our small section perfectly. Dad divided it into four little paddocks. I could spend all the time I wanted with them because they were right outside.

I actually remember seeing an ad for a yearling colt in a horse magazine. He was ridiculously cheap and I asked my parents for him. On
  Oct 17, 2012  •  1,761 views
 
Simple As That  
I love my mini! She is an easy keeper (but you have to be careful with them because they will founder easily!) but she is a little fiesty! And impossible to catch without a handful of grain! :)
  Oct 21, 2012  •  1,830 views
 
PonyWriter  MOD 
Thanks everyone for your feedback on the minis! I should have another breed posted in the next day or two.
  Oct 21, 2012  •  1,860 views
 
FireCracker  
aww .. me and yankee made it on the breeds page (the last picture) ... wish us luck at states again this year.. we will be making our trip to harrisburgh pa farm show complex for our state show next wekend :)
  Oct 22, 2012  •  1,953 views
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