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Lewis Mill Farm Announces Upcoming Gypsy Vanner Foal for Sale

January 14, 2013

Lewis Mill Farm is expecting a beautiful Gypsy Vanner foal that’s for sale now. The birth of the foal is expected to place in late April.

Vienna, GA (PRWEB) January 14, 2013

Lewis Mill Farm, a friendly, small, quaint farm in Vienna, Georgia that breeds miniature horses and miniature donkeys, is announcing the expected birth of a Gypsy Vanner foal.

Liberty Hill´s Lexie, the granddaughter of one of the most brilliant Gypsy Vanner Horses known to man, The Lion King, is in foal this late April to Gypsy Warlock.

“This foal can be sold before it’s born or sold after they are born,” said Lewis Mill Farm owner Brenda Reed.

Lewis Mill Farm is relatively new to owning Gypsy Vanner Horses, but over time the farm has five beautiful horses with great blood lines. One of the horses the farm is most excited about showcasing is LexLin´s Sparticus. This one-year old colt recently took two ribbons in his first showing in October at the 7th annual Feathered Horse Show in Perry, Ga.

Lewis Mill Farm is expecting Spartacus to be a special stallion, stand at stud, in the making.

“He has just an awesome background on every part of his heritage, linking back to the United Kingdom and the awesome stallions that are in that breed,” Reed said.

Lewis Mill Farm has also been breeding and selling outstanding miniature horses and miniature donkeys for over 15 years. These minis all feature great temperament with the farms main concentration on confirmation and the size of the horse. All of the minis are under the standard 34-inches to be called a miniature horse.

Lewis Mill Farm welcomes all kinds of visitors, school groups or anyone traveling through to see and pet the friendly horses and donkeys on the farm.

About Lewis Mill Farm: Lewis Mill Farm in Vienna, Ga. is a horse and donkey farm that focuses on breeding miniature horses and donkeys, along with Gypsy Vanner Horses. The farm is committed to not only bring recognition to these wonderful animals, but respect to each of the breeds we handle.

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