Welcome to Our
Wonderful World of Miniature Horses!

                                                 

peppyptha08.jpg

                                                          Lost in the Aug. 5, 2012 Flood

OWNED by : Wanalynn & William Chapman

202 Dry Creek Road

                      Jonesborough, TN. 37659

In the beautiful mountains of

East Tennessee, tucked between two mountains on 5 acres of flat land. 

We started raising minis in 1997 with 2 horses. Our numbers have now grown to over 30 horses, including several National & World Champion bloodlines. We breed for the smallest most correct horses! Our horses are pampered and handled daily, to insure a very calm temperament!                         

Some of our quality bloodlines include, 

Buckeroo, Little Kings, 

     NFC’s, 

Bond, Bryland Farms,      
 Komokos, Reflections, Zachary Farms, Landfairs, 
and of course WWC Miniatures, our own prefix!
 We love sharing our horses with those less fortunate, who have never experienced being close to a very small equine. We love to see a youngster face light up when they see a miniature horse for the first time.  We pride ourselves in sharing our knowledge of the miniature horse with everyone!
                                                     We raise our horses to be correct in every way. 

We have show quality as well as pet quality horses. 

Our main goal is to find the perfect home for each horse. 
Matching the right person with the right horse is very important. 
Give us a call or e-mail us to find your next best friend.

We will always be available to answer any questions about the care of your new mini after the sale

All of our horses are Up To Date on all shots, dental, worming and hoof care. We hope you enjoy your visit to our site!!

Pedigrees and pictures available upon request. 
We always have a horse or two for sale. 

Visitors are always welcome.


"Minis are a 

 

big bunch of love in a little bitty package."

                

 


                                            Lost in the Aug. 5, 2012 flood