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    $ 2,500

    Rare Gray Morgan - Gorgeous

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    Name:Willow Bend White Gold
    Age:1 yr
    Height:13 hands
    Temperament:4 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
    Country:United States of America
    Price:$ 2,500
    Location:Goshen, MA 01032

    If you're looking for a special colorful colt to add to your breeding program, "Skittles" is the boy for you! By the well-known palomino sire, Ancan True Colors, Skittles isn't just beautiful--he is also truly unique.

    While the majority of gray Morgans are from the Hy Crest Satina line, Skittles is from the Saycrest Frosty Miss line, a line that has just a handful of grays to keep it going. And this boy is the only colt with NO outcrosses to the Hy Crest Satina line. This lovely colt's gray coloring comes from his dam's side, through Frosty's Blue Bonnet and her dam, Frosty Princess, who was sired by King Mick and out of the gray mare Silver Princess, a daughter of the beautiful gray stallion Mountain Silver Sheik, a grandson of Troubadour of Willowmoor.

    But Skittles isn't just unique in his breeding, he is a stunning horse, correctly put together, the nicest horse this line has produced. He is extra special and could easily put your breeding program on the map.

    Skittles is friendly, sweet, and very easy to work with. He wants to please. He has the makings of a wonderful western, hunter, or dressage horse, should you decide to show him before breeding him. Either way, he's going to be a winner - make him your winner!
    I've had offers for Skittles but buyers were interested in gelding him and I'd like to find him a home where he'll pass his very rare bloodlines and color to the next generation. Otherwise, I'll keep him as my trail buddy (I'm not set-up to house a stud).
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