The Ojibwe Horse Society is now accepting expressions of interest from individuals and groups who would like to acquire one or more Ojibwe Horses.
Ojibwe horses (also known as Lac La Croix Indigenous Ponies) are small and strong, and resilient for Canada's climate. They are friendly and easy to train. They are an important part of our country's history -- and you could have them on your property. Both permanent and temporary homes are needed.
In the Ojibwe horse breed, there are approximately 27 studs, 82 brood mares, and 66 geldings and retired mares alive in the world today. With such a small gene pool, it is critical to maintain as many intact mares and stallions as possible in order to limit excessive inbreeding and associated risks.
You can read more about the breed's history at the Canadian Encyclopedia.
Please contact us if you are interested in hosting some of these very special animals.