Wyatt

Well, it seems like Bellbottom Farm is destined to believe most in the mini gypsy future; this little colt was looking for a home and soon made his way to Illinois.  Wyatt is a purebred gypsy stallion imported in utero with his very young mother I was told from the Tom Price herd. Interestingly, he joins The Executive here, who also came from Vale of Glamorgan; but they do not seem to be closely related; how could we ignore Wyatt?  LexLin’s Sugar Plum was born in the UK in 2008; she is DNA verified daughter of PA’s Blue Horse and in 2010 produced this special little black colt with heavy feather, beard and big long mustache as a very young man still, no doubt inherited from his awesome great-grandfather, Bullseye.   Wyatt is a 12 hand tall two year old gypsy cob with ALL of the traits you want to see in a good stallion; heavy feather, huge mustache, beard, double mane!  We look forward to watching him mature and produce superior youngstock, and appreciate the amazing step forward he represents to the miniature gypsy horse here in USA.

 Thank you to Mick Allison for the chance to give this guy a place in the foundation of the mini gypsy horse in USA.

This is a video from when he was sold at LexLin as a yearling:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DrhKR-pHfHE&feature=colike

Slowly getting some photos of this boy that are worth sharing; not because of him at all but lack of photography skills!

4 Responses to Wyatt

  1. Mick says:

    Lookin’ good!

  2. Wyatt arrived in Illinois on June 21, 2012 and we are really tickled with him. What a little rooster! He is sure to mature into a stunning little stallion. Daughter says he has “little man syndrome”, LOL!

  3. Steffanie says:

    He’s looking so good! I just love Wyatt!

    • minigypsy1 says:

      you need to come give him some luvin before he totally sheds out his mustache, it’s about gone until after Christmas, when I expect it will come back more and more each winter!

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