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The location is away from Solvang, but not far. It is free for anyone, however, we didn't see any staff around to try to feed or pet the mini ponies. My kids enjoyed seeing the different color ponies, but after 10 minutes you're done. So...More
Manage to see some small horses in this ranch. According to online information, we can feed the horses, but unfortunately, maybe we visited during holiday therefore we didn't manage to feed the horses.
This ranch is for sale so they may not be around much longer. They have miniature horses that you can walk around and look at. They were fun to see and watch the younger ones chase each other around. There is no charge to walk...More
If they aren't too busy, they answer questions and let you know how wonderful the miniature horses are to have as pets. My friend who has a larger area was very tempted to purchase a miniature horse. They are adorable. It is free to look...More
It was a great stop on the way to Solvang! The foals were SO SOFT and walked up to the gate to get some back scratches. The adult ponies were adorable too but less interested in us. They run on donations and it’s going to...More
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This is a ranch that has a long driveway that you drive down and park along the side or just inside the Ranch area. There is no one there and there's no payment required you just get out and look at the horses. We were lucky... More
This is a ranch that has a long driveway that you drive down and park along the side or just inside the Ranch area. There is no one there and there's no payment required you just get out and look at the horses. We were lucky and we ran into a ranchhand that answered some of our questions. It is very informal .