Mini Gypsy Fillies

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These fillies are out of 36″ range mares and sired by BoHo’s Cold Fusion, AKA Lexington “Lex” our first 13 hand tall gypsy cob stallion.

July 7, 2012

Took some new photos of the girls today.

Here around the feed pan are Quite The Pony “QT” sired by The Toymakker and out of a 44″ tall Welsh mountain pony; QT is 11.2 hands tall; her 2012 filly sired by the Executive, Desiderata 2 year old daughter of Lex/Cold Fusion still under 40″; Sere and full sister Angelica both out of mini mare Angel and sired by Lex, to mature 11 hands range.  In back is The Executive, 12.3 hands tall.

7-31-2012 I am adding some pictures of Angelica, our 2yo filly sired by Lex/Cold Fusion, 13 hand gypsy cob mini shire style, heavy bone and feather little cob horse, now in Florida.

Update 1-17-2014

In 2014 here on the farm we may have some 3/4 gypsy babies to mature 12 hand range and under, from Angelica, Sere and the little black HaPenny.  Plus the bay roan Rosie who is about 12 hands tall.  About half of the 2014 baby crop will be sired by Executive and half by 12 hand Wyatt.  There are a handful of AMHR mini mares in foal to Wyatt.

About minigypsy1

Farmer's daughter raising 6th generation children on Block Farm in west central Illinois. Breeder of Australian Shepherd dogs for 30 years now, applying lifetime knowledge to establishing a new breed of pony, the miniature gypsy horse.
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5 Responses to Mini Gypsy Fillies

  1. Mick says:

    Melanie, how tall do you think these fillies will get?

  2. minigypsy1 says:

    The black one and the smaller piebald one I really believe will stay at 40″ or under. The other two are full sisters and I imagine they will mature in the 11 hand range. Thank you for your comment!

  3. Hi, Do you know what you will have for 2015 yet? thank you

    • minigypsy1 says:

      Hello Sue and welcome! I’m so sorry I had the delay to respond. I am without internet at my residence for the time being, except for my phone and it just is not quite capable, or I am not smart enough for the phone to manage this blog from it LOL!. I had a professional photographer come last month and take pictures of the horses, and I am having trouble connecting with her to get them back….but my intention is in the next month or so, get my website at, up and running as a regular kind of website with pictures of each horse and description so that it is easier to understand. I think at this point the blog is still useful but gets a bit confusing from a sales standpoint. I will have a couple purebred babies in the 12 hand range expected, and a couple 3/4 gypsy babies probably up to 12 hands as well, and then some miniature horse mares are also bred to my herd stallion, 11.3 hand tall Wyatt who was imported from the U.K. in utero and has excellent gypsy horse traits. Thank you for hanging in there and I hope to get updates out on here and thru social media in the next few weeks.

    • minigypsy1 says:

      BTW sorry I did not actually get to the point of getting my other website up and running. Always hopeful but haven’t quite found the right help yet. And pictures, always have to fuss about getting the right kinds of pictures. But babies are starting to drop, and thoughts about what can be offered for sale need to get published….

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