Miniature Horses

Miniature Horses are among some of the most publicized equines in the United States. There are two types of body structures: 1. The fine boned thoroughbred type and 2. The more muscular draft horse type.

They come in a splendid variety of colors. Their sizes vary from 26" to 34" measured at the last hair of the mane (withers area). In 1986 a Division B opened for animals over 34" and including up to 38".

They are economical to keep, easily trained to a variety of skills including pulling miniature wagons. They are often show stoppers in parades!

For more information:

American Miniature Horse Registry                                       American Miniature Horse Association
P.O. Box 3415                                                                       5061 S. Interstate 35W
Peoria, IL 61612-3415                                                             Alvarado, TX  76009     amha@flash.net

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