Fabulous August 2012 smoky cream (double dilute of the black gene) colt by the 16.1hh cremello TB stallion - Guaranteed Gold - out of the 16.2hh perlino TB mare - RFF Pearlescent. TCF Titanium is now the 2nd smoky cream TB in the world, with both having been produced by True Colours Farm. He is genetically "black" - the double dilute factor has visually given his coat the cream colour and the blue eyes, but he will produce exactly like a black horse will - only with the 100% guarantee of dilute colouring!... (read more)
The previous 3 foals from this cross have been outstanding! Champagneandpearls was the first - a perlino filly. TCF Palladium - a colt - was the world's first smoky cream TB and the 2011 filly - Luminescent - is a cremello.
All should mature in the 16.2-17hh range, are fabulous movers with correct conformation, beautiful heads, large frames and very easy going, user friendly temperaments
This colt is oustanding in his conformation, movement and type and will not only be an athlete in the show ring, but will also be an important addition to many different breeding programs. Champagneandpearls was the highest scoring mare at the recent BWP inspection (against WB mares!) and TCF Palladium has been approved in Germany in 2013 - I believe that he is the first son of a North American based stallion to have European breeding approval.
May also be interested in a nice, young (2-5 year old) WB or WB cross prospect as part trade. Lets see if we can make this a win/win situation for both of us!
Check out pictures of Guaranteed Gold, Pearlescent and the full siblings to this outstanding colt at: www.TrueColoursFarm.com
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