Angelique & Maggie

Miniature Horse Mare, Unknown Registration


DOB: 2005 Height: 10.3 H Location: Frederick County

Suitable Discipline(s):
Training Project, Companion, Therapy
Rider Suitability:
N/A (Companion Only)
Handler Suitability:
Advanced Beginner

Additional Information

Meet the cutest pony pair ever! Maggie (chestnut) and Angelique (pinto) have been together their entire lives and are hoping to find a new home together. Their owner’s health has been declining and they have made the heartbreaking decision to be proactive with finding these two gals a new home where they can ensure that they will be loved and cared for.

Maggie is about 15 years old and stands at roughly 11h tall. What struck us right away was her little fluffy ears that made her more resemble a teddy bear than a miniature horse! Maggie stood quietly for grooming and picking up all four hooves. She was very mellow, yet interactive and curious. She seemed to truly love the attention she was being given. Maggie has hypothryroidism and is a very easy-keeper and has had laminitic episodes in the past. As a result, Thyro-L and Equioxx daily to prevent any further issues and keep her comfy. She is also kept on a dry lot during the warmer months.

Angelique is a daintier girl, standing at roughly 10.2h, and is approximately 20 years old. She was a little more shy during our appointment, but still stood quietly to be caught, groomed and have all four hooves picked up. According to her owners, she has not had any metabolic issues and has remained extremely healthy and easy to manage.

It’s clear that these two have super sweet, kind temperaments. They were very quiet during our visit with them and their owners shared that they have been that way since they got them 15 years ago. Their great-grandchildren (ages 6 and below) even enjoy sitting on their backs and taking pony rides on occasion. We think that these two girls would do great in a home with young children who just want to love on and pamper a couple super cute ponies!

Both girls are good for the vet and farrier. They are overdue for dentals, but are not showing any issues with chewing their feed or hay. They are due for shots and a Coggins, which their owners are willing to do if needed prior to them leaving. Maggie will go home with whatever meds she is currently on at the time.

If you feel these two ladies would make a great addition to your barn, and you can give them the love and care they deserve, inquire about them today!