About the Farm

IMG_6358PSIM Horses started out as a small town miniature horse facility where dreams were fostered and bloodlines began. As the horses entered into shows on the national circuit and took home such prestigious ribbons as national grand champion, the bloodlines became that much more valued. More stallions arrived on the farm and soon the breeding operation grew to where it is today, with some of the best built minis in the region.

The farm continues to grow upwards in functionality and still offers the original quality of breeding. The horses are worked with and given extra attention by young ladies interested in learning and volunteers each week to socialize the babies and upkeep the property.

We prepare for the show season with Yankee Miniature Horse Club year round, training the miniatures in obstacle courses and lunging. The farm is never quiet, with all the furry friends in their homes and people coming and going. Whether you’re looking to buy or looking to volunteer to learn more about horses, you can be assured that these miniature horses will make great companions, as well as winners in the show ring.

The farm is located in the quiet countryside of Loudon, NH. With horses, bunnies, chickens, dogs, and more furry friends. Showings are available by appointment. And we also have volunteer opportunities, feel free to contact us!


–A Note From the Owner —

540920_10151516117860465_1454275745_nIn 1991 my mother, Judy Smith, founded Tiz a Miniature Horse Farm out of Loudon, NH. As a family we showed miniature horses at AMHA sanctioned shows. One of the first fillies born on her farm was ‘Tiz Toyhorse Serendipity’. She was brought to our farm and the Follansbee branch of Tiz was developed, where we showed her in 1993. She received many awards in both halter and performance classes. She was bred to ‘Mocha’s Cherokee Moon Dance’ and ‘Tiz Cherokee Moondance’ was born the following spring.This was the foundation of our breeding program.

The summer of 1997 was spent showing our two little horses, now nicknamed Bullet and Butch, all over New England’s show circuits. The colts took many blues in their halter classes and qualified for the AMHA (American Miniature Horse Association) Nationals. So off we went as a family to become champions. With our two horses we returned home with one reserve national championship, and five out of the six class we showed in placing top ten. Both horses were shown for three more years building multiple year-end high-point awards from AMHA, New England Miniature Horse Society, and the Yankee Miniature Horse Club.

The herd continues to grow as our breeding program has enjoyed great success for over 20 years. Please contact us with questions about any aspect of training or showing your mini.

We’re always happy to hear from fellow horse lovers.

-Wanda Follansbee