Megan is a 9h-10h pony who arrived into our care along with a number of other small inbred ponies who were being neglected by their owner.
Upon arrival Megan was underweight, worm bound, had lice and rain scald. She is a nervous pony who has most likely never been handled properly in her 3yrs of life 🙁
In April we became suspicious that Megan, despite her physical condition upon arrival, was in foal and as the weeks went on we were left with no doubt that this was the case. On Father’s Day, the 16th of June, she produced what is undoubtedly the smallest ever equine to be in BAR’s care …
To give you an idea as to how small Megan’s filly is here is a photo of her investigating Mini the shih tzu!
There is every chance that this little filly’s Daddy is also her grandfather so we will be watching her development and hope that all goes happy & healthy for both Mother & Daughter.