These are the 2 foals that were born in the 2019 season. I feel really impressed with the type of foal that I am breeding now, both are beautiful leopards. It has been a delight to handle and mould these lovely appaloosas into horses that people will love to have.
This loudly spotted leopard colt foal, Casper, has a wonderful nature. He has a beautiful head and has picked up his dam’s lovely confirmation. He has that wow feature. Any one who comes here just has to stop and look at him, I even had some people driving along the road who had to stop and take photos of him. March 2019
Strider and his merry band of mares that he has this year. It so cool seeing a group of leopard horses, all together. We have a lot of days that are so windy, this spring, as you can see from the last two photos. November 2016
DayDream Rhythum N Ice (aka) Pipi. November 2015
Lee has been surprised at how accepting that Pipi was, when starting to back her.
Lee thought that maybe Pipi had been backed before, but she hadn’t. Lee says that Pipi is such a wonderful mare and is very happy with her.
February 2016. Pipi has come forward in leaps and bounds and has taken to jumping like a fish to water. She is adapatable to either English or Western style riding, one of the wonderful traits of this beautiful breed.
This is the stunning DayDream Takoda. Our first highly coloured A Grade colt. He has a pedigree of spotted bloodlines going back through his dam, DayDream Sparkling Duet. Takoda has a very laid back attitude and took all of his handling experiences with a grain of salt. When it came to learning to load on the float he just had a look and then walked in and backed of quietly when asked. Tying up was a breeze and he just stood there and had a sleep once he realised that he was attached to the post. His new owners were so impressed with how laid back he is and said that he handled his float ride exceptionally well. I really look forward to receiving updates on his devlopment.
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