- Skills / Disciplines
- Breeding, Companion, Dappled, Driving, Flashy, Flaxen Mane, Color Producer, Youth
Dell Tera's Fine Print, AMHR 2002 Silver Dapple 38" Miniature Horse broodmare. Tera is from the famous foundation farm, Dell Tera Miniature Farm in South Carolina. Unfortunately the owner/breeder died the spring of the following year of 2003 after we bought Tera and all of his hundreds of top quality horses were dispersed. Tera is one of the last to leave that farm with her registry papers. She came to us as a weanling and has been one of our favorite pets and broodmares.... (read more) After producing eleven foals for us, it is time now for her to retire from the breeding shed and go to a loving home where she will receive more individual attention which she deserves.
We never broke her to ride but she weighs 400 pounds in pasture shape so could easily carry a child and saddle up to 100 pounds total weight. She is also large enough to make a good driving horse but we never took the time to train her as we had so many others to tend. We have no youngsters in our family to enjoy her and help us to train her. However, some of her offspring took immediately to being ridden without any training as some of our customers have reported. She has a beautiful face and excellent conformation. Her long mane and tail add to her beauty and she is poetry in motion when galloping across the pasture.
She would make a wonderful companion to another horse or for a human who wants a companion horse. She is dominant in our herd because she is the oldest and largest of our mares. She was one of our first minis we bought when we got into breeding miniature horses. It has been a hard decision to let her go, however, we are reducing the size of our herd and our workload, she is the last one to be selected to go to a loving new home. Three of our other broodmares have already found new homes this year. If she sells open we are asking $1500 and if we breed her to our double registered stallion for a foal next year, her price is $1800 OBO. Price is negotiable to the right home. Thank you for reviewing this posting.
Shipping is the responsibility of the buyer. We can possibly deliver within a limited distance for a fee. Any vetting required is at the expense of the buyer as well. Tera has never been off of our farm and has never been ill so we have never had a Coggins test on her. None of our other horses have ever tested positive.
We are breeders of double registered AMHA/AMHR miniature horses focusing on solid color horses in dun, buckskin and palomino colors. We breed for quality with temperament being a priority then conformation and last, color. Our horses are show quality or retired from the show ring and some of our broodmares have produced champion offspring or are by champion stallions. We are proud to announce the addition of a World Champion mare by a champion stallion and granddaughter of fabulous First Knights Billy Idol.... (read more) We plan to breed her this year for a potential show foal. However, we keep our prices in the affordable range so that our buyers can be proud that their horses are of show quality. Our first priority for our offspring is a loving and hopefully, forever home. Our newest stallion has also produced therapy horses as well as successful show offspring and is of the Egyptian King bloodline. His first foal crop with us arrived in 2019 producing two outstanding foals. For 2020, Jeff has produced three outstanding fillies, two are in therapy training in Murrieta, CA, and one is in service training in Murphy, SC. Our junior stallion also has a daughter in therapy training.
I have had 70 years experience in riding, training and showing horses. We showed Palomino Quarter Horses and stood a QH palomino stallion in the 1980's. We moved from breeding duns and palomino Quarter Horses in the 2000's to concentrate on miniatures. We don't stand our stallions to the public but do have a few quality foals every spring to offer.
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