THE PHOTO IS OF CHEYENNE'S LEOPARD BABY, DOTTIE AUTUMN SHADOW. Cheyenne herself is a FEWSPOT, and mostly white with black spots and lightning stripes on her legs- email me for pics. Cheyenne is a proven leopard producer, and is homozygous for Appaloosa coloring which means that ALL of her babies will be spotted even if she is bred to a solid colored stallion.
Cheyenne has wonderful bloodlines that are well known for producing rodeo and ranch horses. I've had and ridden many horses from these bloodlines, and they are calm, tough, strong, sound, stout, and fast horses that can do anything from mountain packing and trail riding, to working cattle, roping and barrel racing.
Her color pattern is called Few Spot or Ghost Horse, and her spots are black. She is halter broke only.
Cheyenne's pedigree can be seen at http://www.allbreedpedigree.com/litltree+cheyenne
Cheyenne is a registered Appaloosa broodmare, she is 83% FPD (foundation blood), and a wonderful mother. She could be broke to ride, likes to learn new things, and is easy to train. She is halter broke ONLY, and a 100% color producer- all of her babies will be spotted, including leopards. She can be bred to registered Appaloosas, Quarter Horses, Thoroughbreds, and Arabians in order to produce a registered Appaloosa foal, and ALL of them will be spotted. I've had horses from Cheyenne's sire for many years and they are all stout, strong, thick boned, well muscled horses that excel as mountain trail horses. They are fast and gritty enough to be good rodeo horses, too.
Cheyenne is not bred, I got her last March and weaned her 7 month old colt, and decided not to re-breed her until she had her shots, etc- by then it was later in the spring, and I prefer early babies. I am planning to breed her in a few weeks, and her price will go up then.
Cheyenne passes on the calm temperament and other qualities to her babies, they are EXTREMELY easy to work with- we named her 2010 colt "Super" because he WAS! We got him as an unhandled 7 month old, you only had to teach him something one time, and he'd remember it, and had the most awesome temperament- he was bought as a stallion prospect by a guy up in Taos. I was planning to keep him as a stallion if he didnt sell because he was SO "Super"! :) Cheyenne's bloodlines are the very best you can find in Appaloosas, she is the rare treasure that can be called the "EPITOME" of Appaloosa- great bloodlines, very high percentage of foundation blood, excellent conformation, the kind of horse that is built to do everything, PLUS she throws 100% color!
I only have her listed at $800 right now, and will consider trades- NO horse trades, though, I have more than enough horses, which is why I'm selling her. I'm thinking trades along the lines of several sheep, a dairy heifer, a LOT of hens, guns, saddles, brush hog or some sort of machine, but will consider anything except a horse trade. I'd consider other things that I haven't mentioned, so if you have something you think I might be interested in, just let me know :)
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Cream of the Crop Barrel Horses -
We specialize in breeding and training high-quality barrel horses with great bloodlines (AQHA, APHA, and ApHC). We also have a few trail horses.
We offer quality horse training and riding lessons to the public, and a few select horses for sale every year.