Casper was born on May 25, 2018. He is a registered with the Heritage division of the Gypsy Horse Association. Casper leads, loads, stands tied, carries and crosses a tarp, long reins wearing a full driving harness, crosses a pedestal and cavaletti, carries a lightweight saddle, and understands the basics of lungeing. Casperr is a son of He's a Golden Casanova (Gypsy Vanner) and out of our Clydesdale cross mare, Witten Creek Maggie. Casper is very quiet and loves attention.He is a true medicine hat, with a shield and has two blue eyes. He will make a stunning trail or parade horse and will mature to 16.1 or so. At eight months, he weighed in at 805 lb and stood 56 1/2 inches tall. Casper is UTD on farrier, shots and worming and micro chipped with an approved chip. $4000
Update July 27, 2019 Casper is now gelded and has had his wolf teeth removed. This fantastic boy is still looking for his person! At 14 months old, he stands 14.3 hh and weighs in at 990 lbs.
I dont know where his picture went, but he is the white colt with the medicine hat in the photo gallery.
Update July 27, 2019 Jasper is now gelded and has his wolf teeth removed. At 11 months old, he stands almost 14.2 hh and weighs in at 810 lbs.
I don't know where any of these pictures went, but Jasper is the bay colt with four white socks and a star in the photo gallery.
Aspen was born May 5, 2018. Aspen is a daughter of Tomke 'fan Panhuys' ster (Dries 422 X Fabe 348). Her dam is our 50% Friesian Heritage horse, Mintse's Bella. (Mintse f/t Friesian Connection X Standardbred). Aspen is absolutely fearless. Tarps, rattle sack, hula hoops, nothing bothers her. Aspen was purchased by a veterinarian in Montana to be her all-around do-anything horse.
Willow was foaled March 22, 2018. A daughter of Michelangelo P Ster (Tsjerk 328 X Ulke 338) and out of our FHH mare, Gibby's My Girl, (Mintse f/t Friesian Connection X Morgan). Willow is a very classy and elegant filly, with a beautiful neck and head. She will excel in any discipline. Willow was purchased by a lady in Delaware. Best of luck to them!