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  Mary

   Imported

Registered with the Gypsy Cob & Drum Horse Association No.: FGI911204M

born May 1991, piebald (black and white)

The gold of the Gypsies neighs in the dark...

..and our gold neighs every morning when she sees us stepping out of the house.

Mary was our first imported mare to the U.S. in 2003 and we just adore her. She's been my No.1 and Mary of course knows that and the fact that she can get away with almost anything. She is a perfect example for this breed when it comes to disposition and conformation. Mary is everything the gypsy breeders are working toward these days, with a babydoll head, a short back and compact body. Mary loves people and is also great with other horses, especially knows what to do when it comes to teaching a young filly or colt some manners who seem to love her just as much as we do.

Mary has been a broodmare all her life and traveled around more than some people have, she was born in Ireland and then traveled to Scotland and after that to Germany before she came to the states. She is also broke to ride, she is very careful and I don't have a problem with letting beginners on her back. We had her at a farm in Tennesse in '07 where the owner's young daughters spent hours with Mary just sitting on her back while she was grazing. Something else I have to mention and that's her very smooth and comfortable trot which you could sit for hours without getting tired. Mary is now 19 years old and that's a good age for a Gypsy Horse since they are long lived and can perform well into the upper 20's.

Loving, loyal, healthy and intelligent family dogs

& silky soft, colorful Holland Lop Rabbits

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Bedford, Virginia