11-28-2011, 07:27 PM
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I know plenty of horses that lead successful carreers partially blind, and I have even heard of a QH that is shown and is completely blind. A miniature horse that is blind would most likely do better as a pasture puff, but that doesn't mean she cannot enjoy life. Like others have said, give her a buddy to be her 'eyes' if you want her to be very successful. She might get a bit pushy, feeling where everyone is, so I wouldn't exactally recommend punishing her intirely for a little push here and there. But I can guarentee you there are plenty of people who would be willing to take her on or give advice if you need help.