Hi everyone, I'm in southern California and have just purchased, adopted, saved, whatever we are going to call it, three mini mares that have all originated in sale lots across the country So we will be doing some QT for them of course and have a little work cut out for us. I will be picking them up Monday if not before. Eager to get them. My friend has adopted a tiny colt (solid bay) from the group as well, not sure on age, looks to be over 2 though and stands approx. 28". He doesn't look like he is a dwarf but we will see when we get our hands on him more etc. So any and all tips, tricks and advice are welcome. Please no shaming for not buying registered from a breeder, that was my initial intention but with plans to have them just as pets this group caught our eye and I couldn't leave a girl behind, they were in a group of 17 colts and 3 jacks. So who knows what the future holds for them. Chestnut tobiano is under 2 so she should hopefully be clear, but not sure of the others. Supposedly they're all under 6 but the one black tobiano looks like she could be closer to 10, we will see when I check teeth. All the wrong ways to buy a horse I know, but we will get them into better condition and gentled and settled into a nice soft spot here at our Gypsy Fever Farms (we raise and show Gypsy Vanner Horses). Thanks for reading through, eager to share more pics as they get brought home Monday. It's raining all week next week so no clean pics until it warms up LOL.