Geldings For Sale
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Maestoso of Hidden Ponds
Black Gypsy Vanner Gelding
Born May 4, 2022
GVHS Registered, microchipped
DNA: EE aa
EMH: 14.2-14.3 hands
This is an excellent quality and well handled gelding who will make an excellent show prospect!
Maestoso is by an imported stallion and out of a multi-supreme champion Bob the Blagdon daughter. He is well handled and will trot on the line and set up. He clips, bathes, and is good for the farrier. He has attended the Minnesota Horse Expo and the Minnesota Pony and Cob Classic Fall show and has 10 GVHS halter points, placing unanimous second under both judges in the 2 and under class. He is qualified for 2023 Nationals in both Color and Halter for yearling geldings.
He is up to date on coggins, deworming, hoof trimming, and vaccines.
HP Golden Opportunity
Silver Palomino Gypsy Vanner Gelding
Born March 30, 2023
Will be microchipped prior to leaving
DNA: ee aa nCR nZ
This is a lovely boy who is kind and easy to handle. He is still a bit shy, which is normal with young foals. Although he is very pale right now, I do expect him to turn darker as a yearling, since all of Gold Top's other solid palomino foals (without grey or LP) have been born pale and by their yearling year turned darker. He will probably be dappled also, since both parents are.
His sire is a Legion of Honor earner and 2x GHRA Ambassador, as well as a GVHS Top Ten performance stallion. His dam has points in halter and performance and is a halter class winner.
This boy is SUPER sweet and loves his person. He is a bit shy of strangers yet but warms up quickly. He is silly and playful and always trying to get your attention once he has warmed up to you. He is going to make the best companion!
We sell a lot of geldings and everyone always asks "what is wrong with him" if I geld them early. There are a few reasons that I might geld one early. First off, it's just easier to have geldings around than colts. Second, geldings tend to sell faster than colts do. And third, in his case, the back leg hair is one of the very first things I look at on a foal and it needs to go at least 80% up their leg to even be considered as a stallion prospect. His goes about 60% up. That won't affect his ability to be a good companion, but it does automatically affect his ability to be a good sire. Therefore, I made the decision based on that alone to geld him as a foal. He is and always has been healthy, is super sweet and never was studdy, and is a very kind boy.
Like all of our foals, he comes registered and microchipped, will be halter broke (catch, lead, tie, allow feet to be handled) , dewormed and trimmed, and vaccinated, plus has a health guarantee. He has been fully genetic tested for color and gypsy disease panel. We offer free gelding for gelding homes, including follow up care. He comes with a coggins certificate and a health certificate if he has to travel out of state.
Palomino blanket spotted Gypsy Vanner colt
Born March 3, 2022
Will be microchipped prior to leaving
DNA: ee aa nCR nLP
EMH: 14 hands
$15,000 GELDING CONTRACT ONLY
SD Gold Top x North Fork Aslan's Amber Dancer
This fancy boy is out of my halter champion North Fork Aslan's Amber Dancer and by none other than multi-champion stallion SD Gold Top. He is going to make an excellent halter horse and still be able to perform. He is from non-Hermit's lines, making him especially special since nearly all the cream LPs out there are descended from Frilenis Ailill.
This boy has a lot of common sense and is easy to work with. This colt learns quickly and has a calm, laid back personality. He is wise beyond his time on Earth. This is a very easy to handle colt who doesn't test, is brave, and has a good, solid mind. This is one of the most laid back colts I've had.
Hotspot does currently have a retained testicle. It was palpated at birth by our vet, but right now I can't find it. It may drop yet as a two year old, but if he seems like the gelding you're looking for we are happy to pay for his gelding surgery at the University of Minnesota rather than waiting to see if it drops. He will either be gelded once his testicle drops, once he is under a sales contract, or right before he turns 3 years old, whichever comes first. Our vet has advised us that they can sometimes drop before the age of 3 and so to wait unless necessary.