WeeOkie Farm is a small, family operated facility just northwest of Oklahoma City, OK. We strive to have quality mini horse foals each year. The foals are imprinted at birth and handled daily. All foals are put up in the barn at night through their first winter. They are pampered and loved!!
As an Oklahoma miniature horse breeder, we specialize in AMHA and/or AMHR registered miniature horses, the two largest miniature horse organizations. Some also have Pinto PtHA papers. We offer excellent bloodlines at small farm prices.
Please read "Our Farm Story" below, which tells about our beginnings, our first mini, our first foal, and our "future."
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Our Farm Story
It all began one beautiful autumn weekend in 1989. After church that Sunday, I asked where we were going out to eat (as was our custom) and Bryan, our 15 year old son, suggested we return to the fairgrounds to see the miniature horses again. Mind you, we had just been there the day before to get our first look at the minis at the AMHA National Show. Being the good parents that Hugh and I were, we took him back, not knowing that he had met Tony Greaves on Saturday and picked out a little 4 month old colt that he just had to have as a pet. At that time we lived in a rather exclusive suburb of Oklahoma City, and horses were definitely against the covenants, but nonetheless we loaded our first mini, Little America's Howdy Doody, in the back of our S-10 Blazer and took him to his new home. Half the backyard was fenced off for him, with half the storage building his stable. Fortunately, the neighbors didn't report us, and the kids thought he was just great. They would ring the doorbell and ask if they could go out back to play with Howdy.
Howdy wintered in Westbury just fine and we thoroughly enjoyed him. In the spring, the Oklahoma Miniature Horse Club had a clinic and Howdy was chosen to be the subject for the clipping demonstration. He looked so cute and so thin (we had thought he was fat with all that hair). Bryan decided he wanted to try showing him, so Howdy goes off to his first show where a small Texas trainer wants him in his show string. And off Howdy goes to the big time! Bryan was able to live with and work for the trainer that summer. He learned a lot from that experience, and later taught "Mom" how to clip, groom, show, etc. By year's end our little "pet" had won Honor Roll in Solid Color Stallions/Geldings, though each time he was clipped he seemed to be a different color, as silver dapple bays do. The next year, 1991, Howdy was gelded, and placed Top Ten at AMHA Nationals in 2 Year Old Geldings. So our pet turned out to be quite a show horse and a real learning experience!
In the spring of 1991, we decided we wanted to get into the breeding part of miniatures and started shopping for an acreage and bred mares. We found both and WeeOkie Farm was born (a wee farm for wee horses in Oklahoma). Before we could get our fencing completed and the first two mares moved to our place, one of them delivered a gorgeous primitive dun filly. She was born in Ada, OK, and was named WeeOkie's Star of Ada. Ada turned out to be our second show horse. And, oh, could she sparkle in those color classes!
Our son Bryan is grown now and he and wife Tiffany have presented us with our next generation "Miniature Horse Lover." Thomas Alan Jenkins (TJ) was foaled, I mean born, September 6, 2000. Watch out - here comes TJ!!
Our future continues to get brighter with the birth of our second grandson, Michael Austin Chase Jenkins (MAC), May 1, 2004.