Take a look at the DD Mini Farm Mares. We have selected our mares over the years and do not breed every mare each year. For the past few years, we have not bred many mares at all due to the market. We want to ensure that every foal is desired, and we can afford to take care of it until the perfect homes are found.
DD Mini Farm Mares are all colors and sizes. We look for confirmation and personality with color as a bonus.
If you have questions about miniature horses, please contact me, and I will do my best to help you.
All visits are by appointment only. Please do not just show up. This is our home. Sometimes we may be out running errands.
DD Mini Farm Mares
DDMinis Ghostly Dragon Lilly
Color: Bay & White Pinto
Foaled: April 15, 2014
Lilly is a special little girl. She will not be bred due to her size because we don’t want to take the chance of losing her during birth. Lilly is fun to be around and will not stay where she should be. Almost daily, when I go out to feed her, I find her somewhere she should not be. She is a little Houdini. Lilly has started training to be a therapy horse.
Dent Miss Darlene
Color: Silver Dapple
Foaled: April 1, 1997
Darlene is retired from breeding due to the last two foals being lost during birth or shortly after. She is a lovely mare, and we are using her as a companion for our blind mare.
If you are local and want to sponsor Darlene, you can pay a small monthly fee and spend time with her and groom her as often as you wish.
Heartlands Peppys Keepsake
Color: Sorrel & White Roan Pinto
Foaled: May 9, 1994
Peppy is the daughter of Bond Peppy Power. She is now retired from having babies and is also a companion for our blind mare.
If you are local and want to sponsor Peppy, you can pay a small monthly fee and spend time with her and groom her as often as you wish.
A neighbor gave knee Hi to us back in 2006. She was bought as a weanling at an auction for a small child. By the time she was old enough for the child to ride, he was too big for her. The neighbors gave her to me since I had horses. She is my first miniature horse, and we use her for Unicorn Parties.
MCC Ice Majic
Color: Silver Dapple
Foaled: April 2, 2000
Majic is one of my favorite mares as she is so sweet and lovable. She is the daughter of Fire & Ice.
If you are local and want to sponsor Majic, you can pay a small monthly fee and spend time with her and groom her as often as you wish.
Michaels Arks Nightingales Daisy
Color: Buckskin Pinto
Foaled: April 14, 2005
I purchased Daisy at an auction at one of the Miniature Horse Shows that I attended in 2014. I love her markings.
Mini Gates Hello Tippie
Color: Black & White Paint
Foaled: April 2, 2010
Tippie is a black and white mare that my husband loves for her colors. Photos are coming soon.
Picture Perfect Minx N Pearls
Minx is a granddaughter of Black Velvet. She has had two colts for us.
We look forward to teaching her to drive as she has such a pretty movement.
Refs DDMinis Buckin Rebelina
Color: Red Roan
Foaled: April 20, 2008
Reba was bred to Thunder this year. We look forward to having a foal in 2022.
REFs DDMinis Rowdy Pride N Joy
Color: Black Pinto
Foaled: November 15, 2013
In 2015 I took Joy on the AMHA show circuit, and she placed 3rd at worlds in Jr. Stock Mares. She is one of our favorite DD Mini Farm Mares. Joy has taken a position as a therapy horse and is available for hire.
REFs Little Bens Bonnett
Color: Black & White Tobiano
Foaled: April 18, 2009
Bonnie has quite the following in Middle Tennessee and is almost a famous horse. She is one of the star characters in the Bucky & Bonnie Library Adventure. Bonnie is currently available for hire for therapy visits.
Satan’s Madame Kernel
Foaled: April 30, 2000
Maddie is currently blind and has a small group of horses to keep her company. She will be in the DD Mini Farm Mares herd for as long as she lives.
TFM Ghost Riders Reflection
Color: Bay Splash Overo
Foaled: June 28, 1998
Cassy is one of our favorite DD Mini Farm Mares. She has such colorful foals.
If you are local and want to sponsor Cassy, you can pay a small monthly fee, spend time with her, and groom her as often as you wish.
Villas Cinnamon Sugar
Color: Bay Pinto
Foaled: March 3, 2004
Sugar is a funny little mare. She can be hard to catch sometimes but stick out a tube of wormer, and you can catch her anytime. She doesn’t even need a halter on to be wormed.
Villas Ginger Snap
Color: Red Roan
Foaled: August 8, 2008
Ginger came to us as a terrified mare. She had her first foal and was not very accustomed to having people around her. It took me months to have her trust me. I started by sitting in the pen near where her food pan was. She is much better and can be caught when you have patience and do not pressure her.
Ginger is looking for her person. She will only go to someone special. She has trust issues, and I only want the best for her.