Cogswell Mountain Miniature Horses of NH aka Granite State Miniatures
Granite State Miniature Horse Farm in the Lakes Region, NH HAS MOVED about 10 miles from Gilmanton Ironworks to Gilford, NH. And We Will Always BUY BACK any of our past mini herd, although we are no longer breeding.
We have sold or adopted out ALL of our herd to wonderful people & friends. Thank you to those that have purchased our much loved horses. I ALWAYS WELCOME any information and updates on any of my past horses and will always feel an obligation to make sure they have wonderful homes! PLEASE contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or cell phone# (603) 387-9170 regarding buying back or rehoming any of my past minis. THANK YOU!!
Our hazel eyed mini appy herd sire, Sulphuras Legacy in Red, is now a wonderful professionally trained cart gelding living with a dear friend of mine in Maine. Cogswell Mountain Miniature Horse Farm was started in 2004 and is still centrally located in the beautiful Lakes Region of New Hampshire. A HUGE THANK YOU to my friends who have given my minis wonderful homes. I could not have gone through with this move without you!!! Love you All!!
About Miniature Horses
Miniature horses are a perfect way to introduce young children to equines. They are much less expensive to purchase and maintain as well as less intimidating to children (and perhaps their parents too!) Did you know:
- Larger Minis can be ridden by children up to 60lbs
- They can also drive a cart with an adult passenger!
- Minis need much less room than their bigger cousins both stable and pasture wise.
- Please click on the links in this website to learn more about miniature horses and their needs. And see you soon!
Mini Horse Maintenance
Purchase Price- Varies, $800-200,000
Feed Costs- Hay and Grain About $25 per month
Farrier Costs- $20-30 every 8-12wks and no shoes required!
Vet Costs- Same as a full size horse
De-Worming- $4 every 6-8wks
Grooming- Minis should be brushed daily (same as a big horse) to keep their coats healthy!
Hardiness- They are hardy and need no winter blankets if they're not clipped in winter