Mares

New Days Sheza Living Doll

New Days Sheza Living Doll

New Days Sheza Living Doll

  • AMHA A219343
  • AMHR 327325T
  • 31.5"
  • foaled April 4, 2014
  • Bald-face bay sabino pinto
  • SOLD!

 
Dolly is a lovely, sweet mare that should produce colorful foals with her color genetics.  I'm so excited to add this pretty girl to my broodmare line-up.

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Magic Mans Ta Dah

Magic Mans Ta Dah

Magic Mans Ta Dah

  • AMHA A221856
  • AMHR 330469T
  • 29.5"
  • foaled April 27, 2014

 
This lovely mare is a direct daughter of the multi-national champion Magic Man of LTDs.  Her half-brother, Magic Mans Grand Slam, is a Breyer horse model.  I'm so fortunate to have had the opportunity to add this well-bred little mare to my line-up.

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MTV Wildwood Rose

MTV Wildwood Rose

MTV Wildwood Rose

  • AMHA A219575
  • 31"
  • foaled March 4, 2014
  • SOLD!

 
We call her Ruby, since we already have a Rosie.  She's sweet and dainty, and so pretty with her flaxen mane and tail.  Ruby is registered as a sorrel, but she's almost a deep golden palomino.

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Avalon Farms Firecracker

Avalon Farms Firecracker

Avalon Farms Firecracker

  • AMHA A224387
  • AMHR 333436
  • 26" (as a yearling)
  • foaled July 4, 2015

 
I took one look at this little girl and called her "Precious".  She is so tiny and well-balanced, and loves attention.  Even though she's solid black, her sire is an overo so she should produce fantastic color with the right stallion.

Avalon Farms Firecracker

Avalon Farms Firecracker

Events

When I purchase broodmares for our farm, of course health and conformation are paramount, but beyond that the next things I look for are temperament and size. Many of our foals are sold to families who want them for companions for themselves or their children and grandchildren, so I want my horses to be very people-friendly.

I also prefer mares that are small. To me part of the charm of the miniature is the very petite size. None of our mares is taller than 32”, with the exception of “Frosty” who is 34” and can be ridden by small children. More about that later!

I don’t place as much emphasis on pedigrees in our mares because our stallions can contribute the desirable bloodlines to our foals. Even so, some of our mares do carry the most recognizable names in the business.