Now, I know that I am really trying to cut down on the number of horses we have .........if I put one of my perlinos on the sales list. And, this girl is really special.
Hootie is a nice big, correct, and very gentle mare. She has no bad habits and is good in a stall or in pastrure. She is good for the farrier and is up to date on shots and worming. Hootie is broke to ride, but hasn't been ridden in a few years. She was good under saddle at the walk, trot, and canter.
Hootie has had two gorgeous palomino Part-Arab colts for us. They were each tall and very typey with gorgeous necks and heads. She is bred to a black Arabain stallion for an April '13 foal. Because Hootie is a double dilute or homozygous dilute, all her foals will be palomino, buckskin, or smokey black and of course would have a 50% chance of spots. Hootie is a wonderful mommy and foals easily. She is good with people around her foal right from the beginning.
There is nothing at all "wrong" with Hootie, but I just HAVE to cut down on the number of horses that we have. If you are considering breeding for "color", consider Hootie. She is very well bred, from what I understand, with Colonel Freckles and Boston Mac in her pedigree. I got to see her mom and she was a big beautiful buckskin mare.
Again, this is a double registered, perlino tobiano mare (you can't see her "spots" well because of her color, but they are there.) that is bred to the black Arabian stallion, JMF Khnight Magic who is a son of Magic Dream and grandson of Ali Jamaal. This foal should be awesome.
Company / Facility:
Whispering Hill Farm -
Whispering Hill Farm is located in Northwestern Pennsylvania. My husband and I have been raising Arabians, Part-Arabians, Pintos, and NSH's since 1975.