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Breeding and showing quality double registered AMHA/AMHR miniature horses. We are located in the heart of "Ram Country" in Fort Collins Colorado, home of Colorado State University, approximately 1 hr North of Denver and 45 mins south of Cheyenne and Laramie Wy.
Horses for Sale - Miniature Horses in Colorado 1 - 8 of 8 ... For Sale . Ballerina and Sweetie Woodland Park, Colorado 80863 USA 1999 Other Miniature Horse Mare The Sweetest mini's you will meet! … $1,800 For Sale Horse ID: 2154422. Ballerina and Sweetie ... Miniature paint gelding for sale … $925 For Sale Horse ID: 2138758.
Miniature horses. Mini horses stand less than 40 inches tall at the withers. CHR adopts these horses out as companions, although they can be trained to drive small carts. We do not adopt Miniatures out as riding horses. It is also very important that our Minis do not have access to green pasture at their adoptive home.
Indian Peaks Miniatures is a miniature horse ranch located in colorful Colorado! We have been breeding and showing World/National Champion American Miniature Horses (AMHA/AMHR) since 1995.
Horace Tabor's store was brought from the ghost town of Buckskin Joe to its namesake theme parkBuckskin Joe was a Western-style theme park and railway west of Cañon City, Colorado, USA. It was located south of U.S. Route 50 along the road to the Royal Gorge Bridge. Features of the park included gun fights, 30 authentic buildings from the Colorado 19th century frontier, themed entertainment, full service saloon and restaurant. There was also the Mystery House and a horse-drawn trolley ride. The town featured a donkey as the mayor. The mayor of Buckskin Joe resided in a small building and was allowed free range of the park. Buckskin Joe was built as a movie set in 1957 by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer director Malcolm F. Brown, by bringing together old buildings from around central Colorado, and assembling them into an old western-style town. The name was taken from the former mining town, now ghost town, of Buckskin Joe, west of Fairplay, Colorado. The only building in the theme park from the original Buckskin Joe is the general store originally owned by Colorado pioneer Horace Tabor. In 1958 the owners began admitting tourists between filmings, and developed the location into a western theme park. The Town of Terror, a later addition, was voted the best Halloween haunted attraction in Colorado two years in a row. Every October the staff of Buckskin Joe would transform the mild mannered attraction into a haunted attraction, capitalizing on the town's real haunted history. The town was also featured on the History Channel's "Haunted Rockies Series" for its unexplained happenings. On September 2, 2010, owner Greg Tabuteau announced the sale of Buckskin Joe and its associated attraction the "Royal Gorge Scenic Railway", to an anonymous purchaser. The owner was later identified as Florida billionaire William Koch who plans to move the historic ghost town to his ranch near Gunnison. The final day of operation for the town was September 12, 2010.
The Camarillo White Horse is a rare horse breed less than 100 years old known for its pure white color. It dates back to 1921, when Adolfo Camarillo, one of the last Californios, purchased a 9-year-old stallion named Sultan at the California State Fair in Sacramento. The California White horse was owned and bred by the Camarillo family until the death of Adolfo Camarillo’s daughter Carmen in 1987.
The Colorado Ranger is a horse breed from the Colorado High Plains in the United States. The breed is descended from two stallions imported from Turkey to the US state of Virginia in the late 1800s. These stallions were then bred to ranch horses in Nebraska and Colorado, and in the early 1900s the two stallions who every registered Colorado Ranger traces to, Patches #1 and Max #2, were foaled. The breed was championed by rancher Mike Ruby, who founded the Colorado Ranger Horse Association in 1935. Original registry membership limits resulted in many Colorado Ranger horses being registered instead as Appaloosas, but pedigree research is ongoing to discover additional horses who trace their ancestry back to the original stallions. By 2005, more than 6,000 Colorado Ranger horses had been registered. Colorado Rangers may be any solid color or carry leopard spotting patterns. Pinto coloration and American Paint Horse breeding are not allowed, nor are draft horse and pony breeding. Colorado Ranger horses may be dual registered with the Appaloosa Horse Club, and approximately 90 percent are.