Three years ago, when I went to bring Jackie, the Golden Retriever, home, I saw a farm in South Jersey that raised miniature horses. Going through the photos I took at the time, there are some that have not been published yet, and one, the last one below, that can be republished.
Today, on a drive through South Jersey, we stopped by a farm in Woodstown, NJ where miniature horses were grazing. The horses’ owner soon arrived with bales of hay and placed them near where I was standing so that the horses wouldn’t be too far for me to photograph.
The horses were the cutest ones I had ever seen, especially two newborn babies. These miniature horses are sometimes used as therapy animals, or they are shown at country fairs to let small children have a look at animals closer to their sizes than normal horses. The horses I saw were about 3 ft tall, as you can tell from the photo below as they stood near a pickup truck.