Welcome to Our Farm Miniatures!  We are a family run small breeding and show farm.  In 2007, we made the decision to change our breeding  program from pleasure Tennessee Walking horses and joined the Miniature Horse World!  Our Farm is located in south central Kentucky and is owned by Tom and Gina Hinebaugh, with the help of our children Rainy and A.J.  Contact us at ourfarm@duo-county.com

UPDATE! 4/16/14- Our first three foals have arrived! See them on the foals page. We have more due anytime, so check back often!  See the Foals page for our expected foals for 2014!  We are participating in the KBIF again in 2014, so 2015 foals will be KBIF nominated.

 

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Members of AMHA, ASPC/AMHR, KMHB

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About Our Farm! In 2007,  we changed our breeding program from Tennessee Walkers to Miniature Horses.  It was hard to let our Walkers go, but we felt our time, space, and interests are better suited by Miniature Horses. We have been very pleased with our Miniature horses, and only wish we had gotten Miniatures sooner!  For anyone not familiar with Miniature horses, we have found them to be generally easier going, friendlier, and less spooky than big horses.  They are just a real pleasure to be around.   

For 2014, we are expecting foals by our  overo stallion Kickapoo Moons Full Monty, and cremello stallion Little Kings Beetle Buckeroo.  Keep checking our website for updates!

Having learned alot while breeding the Tennessee Walkers, we felt it was important to have goals in mind while choosing breeding stock in our Miniatures. We had these goals in mind for the Minis: first of all, temperment! Our children enjoy helping with the horses, so no nasty temperments will be tolerated! Next we wanted good correct conformation, with no bite or leg problems sometimes seen in Minis.  Our size goal is the 30" to 32" range, we were a bit afraid of getting mares smaller than that for fear of foaling issues, but we are trying to be sure our future foals will stay under 34" so they wont go over the AMHA height limit.   As far as pedigree, we know its not the most important, but we do have several nice bloodlines in our herd, including Orion Light Vant Huttenest,  First Knights Billy Idol, Gold Melody Boy,   Rowdy,  Lazy Ns Boogerman, and Buckeroo just to name a few. And last but not least, we love color!  Having   overo and cremello stallions, we are hoping for colorful foals from our colorful mares.

Besides our horses, our interests include homeschooling, improving our farm, and our other animals- dogs and cats. 

  

     We hope you enjoy your visit to the site, please come back often as I will be adding much more pictures and info as we add more miniatures to the herd!  

                                          Contact us at ourfarm@duo-county.com