Mares

As you look through our mares you will note that we have a large number of tiny mares. One of our biggest goals, perhaps the most difficult, is to breed β€œthe tiniest perfect horse.” That, as some seem to have forgotten, was the original goal of the miniature horse associations. Through many years we have found that the quickest way to down size is by using outstanding small mares and we have approximately eighty horses that are, or will likely mature at 30” or less. We have been told from people all over the world that we have the largest number of the tiniest horses in the world. However, we want to have something to please every customer, so we produce larger miniatures too, but they are guaranteed to stay 34” or less at maturity unless otherwise noted..

We have many mares that have been AMHA Top Ten, World Champion and Reserve World Champion, and many others that have local club high-point awards. Many of them produce winners year after year for our customers. At one time, every horse that we had sold that went to the World Show in the hands of a professional trainer obtained Top Ten status at the least. Many have achieved the same with various youth and amateur handlers as well.

Look them over and if you see a mare that attracts your interest, inquire about her foals, or in some instances even about her availability. Thanks for visiting and we hope to add you to the family of Little America in the near future.


Mares Page 1 A Z Buttercup – JTR's Santa Rosita
Mares Page 2 JTR Wind Fortune's Venus – Little America's Buckeroo De France
Mares Page 3 Little America's Buck's Miss Dynamic – Little America's It's Showtime
Mares Page 4 Little America's Joy in the Morning – Little America's Q M Reynosa
Mares Page 5 Little America's Orion Paula – Little America's What Luck
Mares Page 6 Little America's Xenon Flower Girl – WF Holly Go Lightly
Mares Page 7 YP Branch Silver Lining – YP Branch Snow Isis



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