We used our mini gypsy development studs for herd sires starting in 2015.
Bellbottom July Sparkler 34″ tall sired by Wyatt an 11.3 hand tall purebred gypsy cob; and
Bellbottom Tuppenny Horse, ten hands tall 3/4 gypsy (mom is Hapenny) and sired by The Executive.
Look up their videos on my Chevreherd account on YouTube:
Mares at Chevreherd and expected foal dates:
Hapenny (1/2 sired by Cold Fusion), black bred to homozygous black pinto The Executive, due in March 2016
Dolly (1/2 sired by Toymakker), piebald x piebald Tuppenny due end of March
Sisters (1/2 by Cold Fusion) Angelica and Sera, piebald x piebald Tuppenny–April
BonBon, piebald x bay Sparky due April
Belladonna Cat Burglar (chestnut pinto x black pinto Tuppenny due May
Bandera Athenry, piebald x piebald Tuppenny due May
Stardust (1/2 by Wyatt) silver blanket appy x Tuppenny due June
Two AMHR mares one cremello and one silver dapple, due June by Tuppenny
Bellbottom M&M 3/4 (sire Executive mom QT by Toymakker) possibly in foal to bay pinto Wyatt son for late summer 2016
Bellbottom Cobbled Blossom 3/4 (Wyatt x Rosie by Cold Fusion) Bay x Blue pinto Tiny (1/2–sire Executive) – possibly in foal
Posted by minigypsy1 on November 11, 2015
Our gypsy cob stallion, The Executive, with a few of our mares (don’t forget if you click on a photo you can see a larger version).
Posted by minigypsy1 on October 25, 2012
Our purebred gypsy vanner baby this year is a top quality specimen for sure. He is now three months old and thinks he is the cat’s meow himself, thank you very much! He hangs with our 12 hand tall half gypsy pony, QT (Quite The Pony) and apparently is tolerated to an amazing degree; he looks very bossy at times with her and with our very nice half gypsy, half mini colt, Lil’ Lex. But never fear, we have found they soon settle down after this stage and age and become calmer and very sensible like a gypsy horse is supposed to be, and are easy to handle weanlings.
Truffles' 2011 colt likes to hang with "QT" and "Lil' Lex" and mom
“Cool Rush” is getting bigger and more beautiful as he grows. He went to a couple of gypsy horse shows in the fall here in the midwest, Indiana and Iowa, and did very well. We are proud to offer him to a discriminating buyer.
Growing well, he's a high quality colt.
He's sure to have a winning mustache as he matures; not all yearlings get mustaches!
Posted by minigypsy1 on September 10, 2011