Mini Wonders Farm Of WV

Welcome to Mini Wonders Farm


 We are a small family farm settled at the end of a hallow, about eight miles outside of the small town of Mannington, at a tiny place called Seven Pines, in the state of West Virginia. 

We are mostly into Miniature Horses, we love to train and drive them in cart.  We only drive our little horses for pleasure, we don't take them to any shows.  However, we like to show them off for people to see how wonderful  Miniature Horses are!  Most everyone is surprised at the strength these little horses have! Sometimes we raise a few foals and at times some might be for sale, maybe even some that are trained to drive.  Please check our sales page to see if any horses are available.




Our Most Cherished Memories

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Having the opportunity to go to Little King Farm not once but three times to see all the fabulous horses they have.  We got to see in person the famous BOONES LITTLE BUCKEROO at 31 years young and he looked gorgeous!!  We loved the fact that we also got to see other incredible horses related to ours in person too, like Buckeroos Top Cat, BTU & White Russian.  

We also greatly cherish the birth of all our foals and love to play with them.

Be sure to check out our photo albums at the photo gallery to see pictures of these fine horses.               






  Boones Little Buckeroo

  all done up and

  Just gorgeous!








We are thrilled to announce the arrival of our very own Buckeroo son!!!  More info and pictures can be seen on our Stallions page. 


Our Miniature Donkey

Her name is Lazy Acres Sally she was born May 21, 2008.  She's under 32 inches tall and registried with the International Miniature Donkey Registry, Inc..  In the future we plan to train her to cart as well and maybe raise some Miniature Mules, who knows but she sure livens up the  place.                                                                                            




The Horse's Prayer

To thee, my master, I offer my prayer.  Feed me, water and care for me, and when the day's work is done, provide me with shelter, a clean, dry bed and a stall wide enough for me to lie down in comfort.  Always be kind to me.  Talk to me.  Your voice often means as much to me as the reins.  Pet me sometimes, that I may serve you the more gladly and learn to love you.  Do not jeck the reins and do not whip me when going uphill.  Never stike, beat or kick me when I do not understand what you want, but give me a chance to understand you.  Watch me, and if I fail to do your bidding, see if something is not wrong with my harness or feet.  Do not check me so that I can not have the free use of my head.  If you insist that I wear blinders, so I can not see behind me as it was intended I should, I pray you are careful that the blinders stand well out from my eyes.  Do not overload me or hitch me where water will drip on me.  Examine my teeth when I do not eat; I may have an ulcerated tooth, and that, you know, is very painful.  Do not tie my head in an unnatural position or take away my best defense against flies and mosquitoes by cutting off my tail.  I can not tell you when I am thirsty, so give me clean, cool water often.  Save me, by all means in your power from fatal disease.  I can not tell you in words when I am sick, so watch me, that by signs you may know my condition.  Give me all possible shelter from the hot sun, and put a blanket on me, not when I am working but when I am standing in the cold.  Never put a frosty bit in my mouth; first warm it by holding it a moment in your hands.  I try to carry you and your burdens without a murmer, and wait patiently for you long hours of the day or night.  And finally, O My Master, when my useful strengh is gone, do not turn me out to starve or freeze, or sell me to some cruel owner, to be slowly tortured and starved to death; but do thou, My Master, take my life in the kindest way, and your God will reward you here and hereafter.  You will not consider me irreverent if I ask this in the name of Him who was born in a Stable.       AMEN                                                                     Auther Unknown