Pony/Miniature Horse Ranches Central Colorado
By Realty Oasis
Children of all ages love pony birthday parties at both pony and miniature horse ranches located north in Fort Collins, in the Denver area, in Black Forest, and in Colorado Springs. Pony parties embellished with fairies, cowboys, and other themes bring children's fantasies to life. Some of the ranches will bring ponies, miniature horses, and petting zoos to your home instead.
Think about retiring to a spacious Central Colorado horse property along the Front Range, a move that will endear the grandchildren and perhaps add breeding income. Whether you are visiting or relocating to Jefferson, Douglas, Elbert, or El Paso counties, plan to visit one of these interesting pony or miniature horse ranches.
Front Range Pony, Miniature Horse Ranches
- FairyTails, 11070 Hardy Road, Black Forest, CO (719) 494-1106
- Fingerpaint Pony Farm, 3580 N Curtis Road, Peyton, Colorado Springs, CO 80831 (719) 683-6178
- Little Angels Pony & Pals, 200 E. County Road 66, Fort Collins, Colorado 80524, (970)566-2193
- Colorado Pony Parties, Sedalia, CO 80135 (720) 346-0429
- Affordable Precious Ponies, Thornton, CO 80229
- Silver Quarter Acres, 5551 Indiana St, Golden, CO 80403
- Milk Money Acres, Parker, CO 80138, (720) 480-5003
- 12 Mile Stables, 5547 S Parker Rd, Aurora, CO 80015, (303) 699-6128
- Pony Express Pony Rides & Petting Zoo. Mobile farm based in Longmont, CO
Differences between Ponies and Miniature Horses
Ponies and miniature horses are different types of equine. In fact, the definitions vary. Miniature horses are a distinct read developed in Europe in the 1600s. Ponies include many different breeds of small horses. Ponies are small horses with heavy bones giving them thicker, broader bodies, heads, foreheads, and necks, and they have shorter legs and larger hooves than miniature horses. In addition, they are taller and can be measured up to 58 inches. There are some very strong breeds such as the Shetland pony.
Miniature horses are small and incomplete proportion, like a scaled-down horse. Registered miniature horses maxed out at 34 inches tall but the breed can get to 38 inches tall. They are smaller and slimmer than ponies, making them more refined. They have a long life span of 25-35 years. Miniature horses can be ridden and pull carts, and they act as pets, companions, and service animals.
Real Estate Agents Central Colorado
For more information about Colorado horse ranches, please call Michael Paul, Realty Oasis in Englewood, Colorado at 303-814-9546. Karen Paul is owner, manager and head trainer at Boomerang in Elizabeth, Colorado.
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