the owner/operator of Kismet Miniature Horses.
We breed, raise and show miniature horses.
I started out with 1 horse. Today
I’ve got 10 little horses. I’m
home-based, and it’s absolutely wonderful.
looked for seven years before I finally
found the little horse of my dreams, and
that’s my little stallion. He was
four months old when I bought him; he’s
five years old now.
we feel that with the quality that he is,
the quality of our mares, we’re definitely
going to have some really quality foals.
It took nearly 400 years to breed a miniature
miniature horse can be anywhere from 27,
28” up to 38”. Compared to a
regular size horse, a miniature is relatively
inexpensive to keep. A bale of hay a week,
compared to a big horse that will eat 2
bales of hay a day.
definitely don’t require the space
that a large horse requires. If you check
into your bylaws, some of the towns actually
don’t classify a miniature horse as
livestock, which actually enables you to
keep a miniature horse in some of the towns.
you’re truly interested in one, we
will offer time payments. Once you make
your initial down payment on a horse, you
can take the horse home.
retain the registration papers until the
horse is paid off.
eventually want to get more horses, I’m
hoping to be able to have horses that are
trained for cart to sell, perhaps take them
to the shows and advertise them at the shows,
sell them either as the horse or sell the
whole thing: horse, harness and cart.
are over 300 different breeds of horses
and ponies around the world.
within the next couple of years we’ll
get further out into the Maritimes. Maybe
to the US.
makes me really feel good. It’s a
dream I’ve had for a long time, and
I’m finally seeing it realized.”