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2 Adorable Miniature Horses For Sale - $2,500 (Cornville)

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These two gorgeous mini horses are a mother and daughter team, and must stay together! Opal is a 5 year old pinto with blue eyes. She is 36 inches. She loves to run on the trails and adventure with her person. She will follow you around, winnnie to say hello, she is eager to learn and is very curious. Cinnamon is Opal's mom. She is brown, 32 inches, 13 yrs old, sweet and docile. Cinnamon is great with kids and will never bite or kick. They both will go into creeks, jump over jumps, trailer well and are great with the ferrier for trims. They need to be kept in a large corral where they have plenty of space to walk around with a covered shelter/stall. I'm looking for an owner who will walk or run them daily (like a dog), to see new sites and for exercise. And/or someone who can keep them in a big corral with lots of animals, so they can bond with them and be entertained.

I feed the girls soaked pellets 3 x's a day. Alfalfa pellets for breakfast, Berduda for lunch and Timothy for dinner, so they have varied nutrients and to keep their meals interesting. Pellets are really easy, but if you switch them to hay, it must be rinsed first with water to remove the dust, as Opal has dust allergies. I have plenty of mats you can have to put under their feed to minimize dust and dirt intake. Cinnamon's insulin levels were high so they can only have around 30 minutes of grass per day as it's very sweet. I started feeding her Cinnamon and cranberry powder as I read it's good for equine metabolic syndrom, and it worked! Her insulin level came down 6 points!

The minis come with pellets, vitamin/mineral powder, a mini leather western saddle, 2 purple mini back-packs with their names on them, a red mini cart with all tack, halters, lead ropes, water buckets, brushes, fly masks, blankets, hay bags, jumps and everything you could ever need.

The girls are beautiful, sweet, smart and so much fun! I prefer them to be kept directly with other animals. They have lived with big horses, mustangs, pigs, rabbits, dogs, etc. They will go to a fantastic and proven home only.

First I’d like to see photos of your place. Then I’ll take the minis there for a visit to get to know you and your property. And the second time I’ll drop them off and you will be the new owner. It will be a process as they’re sensitive (and my kids). They have feelings and will be sad to leave me, so I’d like to visit a few times after they’re at your place to say goodbye and make a smoother transition to their new home.

Thank you.

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