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A Bit About Me and my Horse(s)
My daughter and I own Mulligans Run Farm in South Carolina. We have over 30 miniature horses that we breed, sell and show. We are striving to improve the breed by careful breeding for refinement, movement and temperament.

I am also the owner of Mare Stare the largest online foaling community. www.marestare.com

My cams are at www.marestare.com/mrun.php
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http://www.mulligansrun.com
Do you have any pets?
Oh yes!!! Over 30 miniature horses,4 beautiful Australian Shepherds and four barn cats. Oh and a salt water aquarium.

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Mares on Cam at Mulligans Run Farm

Our cams are up and three of our stalls are filled. Our list of expectant girls and their suitors can be seen at http://www.mulligansrun.com/Expecting.php



We have in Shandy, Unforgettable and Sugar Baby



Unforgettable will be 300 days on 1/27/09 and 320 days on 2/18/09. Last she went 319 days and is a sneaky foaler - always during the day. This will be our first foal by her and Dream. We're excited to see what she…

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Posted on January 8, 2009 at 6:00pm — 1 Comment

New Foaling Season starting soon

We have 15 mares due this year. The first two, Unforgettable and Shandy, will be 300 days at the end of January. We will start watching them shortly after the New Year.



We have 10 cams up at our farm, but not all are on at the same time. We currently have cams 1-4 on in the main barn 24/7 just to keep an eye on things. Cams 5-9 will be on when needed and 10 & 11 are in the baby barn - used if the mares back us up and we run out of room. LOL Last year we had alot of mares that…

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Posted on December 29, 2008 at 8:30pm

Mares Currently due to foal at Mulligans Run Farm

Mares Currently due to foal at Mulligans Run Farm We currently have four mares on cam #1. On the top left we have Piper. Piper is a fatty even when she's not pregnant. This makes her breathe harder when she's laying down...also giving false impressions of labor. We have tried to get weight off her....she has dropped some, but looks as big as can be carrying this foal. She is due 4/2 but has a full tight bag - the biggest in the barn. On the top Right we have Shanza Blue. Shanza is my favorite… Continue

Posted on March 21, 2008 at 9:21pm

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At 6:43pm on April 29, 2012, Maureen Wallace gave Heather Troglauer a gift
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At 9:24pm on March 18, 2012, Cayla Cockerill said…

this is the rock salt we give them

At 9:22pm on March 18, 2012, Cayla Cockerill said…

ok thank you cuz i am really getting frustrated with the thick long coats but will have to get for winter.  i have been told s list of feed to get the minis this is the list is this ok??

Sunflower Oil

Lucern Chaff

Apple Cider Vinegar

Garlic Powder

we are feeding them Breeda at the moment and same hay.

Also to bug you more haha sorry we have some rock salt about the size of a small childs hand and they dont seem to find it in the paddock, would they get enough salt if i pop 1 rock salt in the feed bucket while feeding on the breeda and garlic and carrots with hay after?

At 9:16pm on March 18, 2012, Cayla Cockerill gave Heather Troglauer a gift
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thank you for your help great being friends on barnmice
At 9:15pm on March 18, 2012, Cayla Cockerill said…

Hello,

thank you, i have run the electric clippers over there body and head and they are fine with the not fuss but dont yet have horse clippers (animal clippers) so will have to get some, but in the mean time alot of grooming and a Roma Stainless Steel Shedding Blade 1" will do the job wouldnt it???

At 9:06pm on March 18, 2012, Cayla Cockerill said…

hi there, got told you can help me,  i have to mini horses with very thick coats and want them looking smooth and shiny , we dont yet have rugs or clippers but until we do can u suggest any thing that we can do ti get that smooth shiny coat?

thank you very much

At 4:58am on March 6, 2012, Cayla Cockerill said…

At 4:57am on March 6, 2012, Cayla Cockerill said…

Hey heather,

I have just got two fillies once mine she is 6 months old just wheened and the other is a 7-8 months old wheened, they both lovely and my sister and i where wanting to get into halter shows with them they are miniature horse breeds and we just need some info on how to go about all the ways to get going in the mini halter shows. Cant wait to hear back for you, thank you

cayla

At 11:09am on February 13, 2012, Betty Kasper said…

I was thrilled to participate in yet another miracle of birth last night. What a cute big colt. congratulations!

Heather I tried to send you an email at the address you gave here copied it so it would be accurate and it came back as not being a valid address.

Also am unable to get onto your mulligan's site since yesterday afternoon. Thoutht you might want to know.(contnet of my e-mail to you)

At 6:19am on February 26, 2011, ebony said…
thank you very much i am sorry to be such a bother

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