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MEET THE MINIS2019-04-22T06:00:22-06:00

Our Minis

Peeps

Peeps is a miniature dwarf mare and the mascot of the Peeps Foundation. If it wasn’t for Peeps none of this would be have come about. She is very friendly and loves people and food. She dislikes being told what to do and baths. To read more about how we got Peeps, check out our story.

Apple Pie

Apple Pie

Apple Pie is a special mini to us as she’s apart of the original group of minis that we rescued and founded our charity. She’s one of the most beautiful horses big or small in our barn.

Toasty

Toasty came to us in December of 2015 with an extremely crooked foot. Since then he’s been under the awesome care of Curtis Burns of Polyflex shoes and has made a giant transformation. His foot is now straight and he’s in the last stages of his shoes. .

Tiny

Tiny

Tiny is a miniature dwarf mare and is the oldest of the group, at 4 years old. She has a little “only child syndrome” because she likes to be alone, but has slowly warmed to Toasty’s company.

Roanie

Roanie

Roanie was also one of the original group of rescues and could possibly be Peeps’s sire. Roanie does work for a living, his job is keeping Alex Granato’s two retired Grand Prix horses Mad Season and Gangsta company as they live the well deserved good life.

Mini

Mini

Mini is a special girl who came to us mid-winter and was a rescue. She’s Peeps best friend and the two are inseparable.

Danger

Danger

Danger got his name by no accident. He may only be 26″ tall be he’s packed with attitude, spunk and a personality larger than life.

Melman

Melman

Melman is a new addition to our peeps foundation crew. He says he’s a miniature horse, but we think he may be half giraffe half llama.

Hank

Hank

Hank is our newest member, we was given to us from his amazing owner Jennifer who rescued him herself in 2012. He needs to have an operation performed to allow him to live life pain free, we’re planning to post quite frequently so everyone can follow his story!

Honey

Honey

honey came to us at only two weeks old, she’s one of the youngest dwarfs we’ve acquired to help in the correction of her crooked legs.