G M R Acres

Miniature AMHA and AMHR Horse Farm

Located in Eastern Iowa,
we raise quality miniature horses for show,
driving, companionship, and for fun!


Come and visit us in AZ during winter months (Nov - Mar). We will have several horses with us in training over the winter. If you live in western US and are interested in one of our horses, we may be able to include them in our winter stable for closer shipping arrangements.

Specializing in quality 30" and under horses.

Updated 5/15/2016

About GMR Miniatures

We have worked with many breeds of horses during our lives; riding horses for eventing and trail riding, and training and racing Standardbred harness horses. We still trail ride occasionally, but have given up the training and racing of harness horses.

As soon as our first grandson could walk (well maybe even before!) he was working with us in the barn grooming and riding on the jog cart while we trained our race horses.

We soon decided he needed something closer to his size to work with and found the perfect fit with the miniature horse breed.

Our grandchildren all learned to groom and clean hoofs, bathe, and drive horses by working with miniatures. Needless to say, we have fallen in love with the little breed.

We strive for a quality breed of miniatures. While most of our little ones have the conformation and breeding for the shows, we try to keep our prices low enough for a new owner to experience the personality of the miniature breed of horses.

George & Mary Ronek
20422 150th Street
Maquoketa, Iowa 52060
Tel: 563-357-3308

DIRECTIONS: Note - Do NOT use an internet mapping website. Yahoo, MapQuest, MSN Maps, etc all give incorrect directions to our address !

From Davenport, IA - Go north on Hwy 61 approx 45 miles or if coming from Dubuque, IA, take Hwy 61 South approx 25 miles.... Between mile markers M-165 & M-166 there will be a concrete road, E-17 (150th Street). Take that road east, toward Andrew. We are less than a mile from Hwy 61, on top of the hill on the left.


G M R Acres

Miniature AMHA and AMHR Horse Farm

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