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Home of Mini Bling Fancy Tack & Florals
Raising & Promoting
American Miniature Horses
We also have an occasional litter of Livestock Guardian Dogs/LGDs
I have decided I'll be breeding less & spending more time training horses to start doing parades & special events to promote how versatile miniature horses & small ponies are.
Mini Bling Fancy tack is expanding soon.....I have several new products I will be offering!! Stay tuned for updates and info on my future plans...it's going to be FABULOUS!
2019 Foaling Season has begun!
UPDATE JULY 10th - "Sparkle" foaled a beautiful & refined pinto filly on July 5th, her sire is First Knights Wizard of Oz. This filly is eligible for AMHA /AMHR registration, she will be available after she is weaned in Nov. Her photos will be posted on the Foals page soon.
NEXT UP-----> "Feather", my LTDs Magic Man granddaughter is due any day now!!! Bagged up and ready to go. This foal's sire is also First Knights Wizard of Oz
I also have 1 un-registered "rescue" mare, a silver dapple pinto we have named "Misty"....that was bred to a much bigger stallion before she came here. Misty foaled a handsome colt on April 15th as soon as he is weaned we will be looking for the perfect forever home for Misty. If you think you might be interested in giving this sweet older mare a good forever home.... please email me for more info & photos of Misty.
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Our ranch is named after the native Redbud trees that grow so prolifically in the foothills where we live, here in California. This small shrub-like tree is one of the first things to bloom in the spring time with it's bright fuchsia purple buds that open into tiny little, hot pink blooms that cover the branches like they were dipped in a cotton candy machine, so I've always admired them allot. The Western Redbud is highly valued by Native American basket weavers in California for their young, wine-red branches, harvested in the fall and used in the warp, weft, and designs of baskets. If the branches are harvested in the spring when the bark slips, the white inner sapwood may also be used as the weft or lacing in baskets.