My adventure into Miniature Horses began in 2006 with the purchase of my first, a beautiful painted stallion. It also began the desire to show and breed these amazing animals. At Simply Painted Shetland & Miniature Horses, we breed for conformation, athleticism, and personality; overall striving to create the true all around horse with the looks to excel in halter, the willingness and attitude to perform, and the heart to be everyone's best friend. So whether you are looking for your next show horse, breeding animal, or just a loving pet, we have something for everyone!
2018 - Ozark Mtns Truly A Treasure made her driving debut at Nationals with Adam Longman - taking Reserve National Champion Pleasure Driving Mares - Over!!!
2017 brought out a different stallion - I Got The Moves Like Jagger places Top 10 at his first ever Congress Show! Adam as always does an outstanding job presenting him!
It's Official! In 2016, Wa-Full Red Hot Rock E earned his AMHR Halter Hall Of Fame! A huge thank you to Adam Longman for presenting Red to his fullest this year!
Wa-Full Red Hot Rock E never ceases to amaze me. 2016 Reserve Champion Classic Aged Stallion and Reserve Champion Classic Sr. Stallion at Shetland Congress presented by Adam Longman.
Wa-Full Red Hot Rock E does it again! He returned to Nationals in 2015 as an Aged Stallion and received Top 5 in Amateur Stallions with me and Top 10 in Open Aged Stallions with Adam Longman! Huge Thank You to Adam for handling him so well!
Simply Painted Shetland & Miniature Horses is thrilled to announce that the first year (2014) to attend Shetland Congress; Wa-Full Red Hot Rock E received two Top 5 placings! Classic 2 Year Old Stallions Under and Amateur Stallions Owned And Shown Under. Thank you Corey Hatfield who again did an awesome job with Red in his open class! He looked phenomenal!
Simply Painted Shetland & Miniature Horses is extremely excited to announce that our first year (2013) to attend Nationals; Wa-Full Red Hot Rock E received Top 10 in Open Yearling Stallions 34-36"!! Thank you Corey Hatfield who did a fantastic job presenting him in that very large class!
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