3/30/13 Time to get back on track and post a few saddlebred pictures using the alphabet method again. However, I’m skipping the E’s for now and moving to the letter F.
CH Fancy Brass
Faustiana’s Top Brass x American Fancy by American Masterpiece
He was a nice 5-gaited stallion that showed mainly on the west coast. His sire is pictured below.
Faustiana’s Top Brass
Ace O’Goshen x Princes May Blossom by CH King’s Genius
There are a lot of Faustiana horses and it appears that they were bred during the 1950's thru 1970's at Faustiana Farm in Maryville, MO.
Wing Commander X The New Moon by Sparkling Waters
100% Dodge Stables’ classic breeding. Dodge Stables owned all four of his grandparents and bred both his sire and dam. When Dodge Stables held its dispersal sale in 1975, he was purchased by two sons of Dodge Stables longtime trainer, Earl Teater. He sired a ton of colts, so it makes sense that he had some good ones. Five of his colts earned the CH status, all of those were five-gaited including two World’s Grand Champion 5-gaited horses, CH Cora’s Time and CH Sky Watch.
Grape Tree’s Fox x Gold Star’s Ballerina by Stonewall’s Main Event
Fox Creek’s mother produced three really good stallions including Fox Creek. His two half-brothers were Star Material and Nureyev. Fox Creek sired CH To Die For whose picture I posted on 2/9/13 and also CH Hayden Fox. He was also the grandsire of my daughter’s mare.