Welcome to the Mini-horses in Hawaii site. I started this site simply as a way to document my journey with miniature horses on Hawaii Island and to share what I’ve learned along the way with others. I also started a Facebook page, Hawaii Island Miniature Horses, for those with a common interest to share information.
I’m not great at posting to either, but the network is growing. I have a small coffee and miniature horse farm in South Kona near Captain Cook and am always interested in hearing from and about other mini-owners on the island. Please feel free to join the community by following this site and the FB page or by contacting me directly.
That’s my little Falabella stallion, Mr Peaberry, in the header photo above (please ignore the terrible clipping job – he actually has a lovely smooth coat). He is now standing at stud and I hope to have a foal for sale in the spring of 2018. Right now, I have one little Falabella mare named Java, pictured at left, but will be adding to the herd soon. In the future, I plan to maintain a breeding herd of three mares and offering two foals for sale each year.
And please post comments or questions to the blog page – I love chatting about the horses and figuring out solutions to the challenges that living on the island can sometimes create for horse owners.