Horses For Sale
Caille de Pere
Big Red Racer ("Kokopelli")
Caille de Pere (Cajun French for "Father of Spots") is an ideal stallion prospect. He is a near
Few-spot Appaloosa that is confirmed Homozygous for the Black color gene (EEaa). He will be
a 100% color producer and cannot produce a red foal. Pere is 100% Appaloosa and is
Foundation (FPD) eligible (ApHC #653229).
He is being raised with a veterinarian guided health program, maximizing nutrition, de-worming
and vaccination. Because he will be sold as a stallion prospect he has been vaccinated
Pere was partially imprinted and is being ground trained by Clinton Anderson's methods. He
has progressed well with ground training and stands well for the farrier. Pere has a gentile
temperament and is very easy to handle. He appears to be most comfortable when he has a
companion. As his name implies, this stallion with be a 100% color producer, regardless of the
color of the mare. Pere is the perfect stallion prospect for any serious Appaloosa foundation
or outcross breeding program.
"Koko" is a wonderful gelding. He had no ground training when we bought him. He was
trained using Clinton Anderson's methods and has been a great learner. In the round
pen, he will work as well off lead as on. He is very sweet and friendly. We have not found
that he has any vices.
After his extensive ground training and starting under saddle, he moved to the ranch of
an experienced trainer. He completed his training under saddle with this trainer for a
month and a half. He has a natural low head carriage and appears to be very "cowy". He
naturally picks up the correct lead. With further training he could be a very good cow
E'toile Filante de Mai
|"Mai" is a magnificent filly in every respect. Her pedigree includes some of
the best of the best, including Sundance, Bright Eyes Brother, Joker B,
Wapiti, Doc Bar, Wimpy, and even Man O War! In addition, she is a
Foundation Appaloosa, and is eligible for FPD registration. She was
partially imprinted by Dr. Miller's method before she stood for the first time,
and has been handled nearly every day of her life. She is being started by
the methods of Clinton Anderson and Chris Cox. Before she was 2 months
old she had mastered haltering, leading, all of her yields and will stand for
the farrier. Mai has been color tested at the UC Davis Vet Genetics lab and
she is Eeaa. She is black or blue roan but is not a true black. We have
seen how she sun-fades in the intense sun of an Oklahoma summer. She
has a beautiful conformation with a short back, large hip and beautiful neck.
Mai has all the qualities that will make her well suited for western equine
sports, but she would also be a wonderful pleasure horse.