Yankee is more like his sire than any colt I have had, "Hershey's Pinnacle" (can be seen under stallion's page). Super big boned and very strong! Only seven months old in the pictures above, I can see he will be a clone of his father with more mass to his frame that he inherited from his mother's side. Due to his sire being limited to what he's been bred to you will find the only intact colts by Pinnacle on this page. If this is a line you'd like to add to your heard or you just want to add bone density and strength, you may want to think about him as a future stallion. Yankee could also make a future stout gelding as well. Gaited, will retire to the trotty side, NO PACE!
This filly is by a stallion I raised and still own Designer. She is very smart, curious, and witty. We nicked named her Bambi because she looks like a little deer, super pretty. She should have an awesome gait with zero pace reverting back to the trot. Mature height should be around 14.3-15 hands. Very stocky and strong, she was the last foal I had born this year which makes her a couple months younger than most of the others. She should excel at trail riding and breeding.
May give you an idea of how Freedom could travel. Top notch trail riding horse.
May give you an idea of how Freedom could frame up. Multi world champion mare.
Durable. Strong. Solid Gait. Brilliant Mind. Trail Riding Machine over any terrain! I know this because his mother was the first Rocky Moutain Horse I ever purchased. Every brother and sister I ever raised were everything I listed above. This may very well be the last colt she will ever have and I will say I have bonded with him and really really like him. He may be the front runner for the favorite of mine that she's produced and she has never produced a slouch. Some of the best trail riding horses you could ask for. Mature height will most likely be 15.1-15.3.
Pictures really do not do this boy justice! He is second to none from a conformation aspect and due to his amazing build with his mature size ranging most likely between 15.1-15.3 this boy should hold up extremely well and do awesome in rough country. However, his gait will be spot on reverting slightly back to the trot and not the pace making him ideal for gaiting short or long distances on almost any sort of terrain. Seems to be very wise with a little grit, going to make a super nice strong trail riding horse.
One of the sweetest most friendly colts you will ever come across. I raised his father "Designer" from a baby as well and he has a ton of his traits already, one of the biggest is being fearless to stuff that should be scary to most horses! I love his father like I love this colt at an early age because of their brains! BUTTT I also breed for horses that can perform and have a super desirable soft easy gait. This colt should be pretty automatic in his gait, reverting slightly back to the trot rather than the pace. Should have an amazing slow gear and a great second gear and be super smooth at doing both. My guess is he will mature to 15.0 - 15.1 hands. Also, his mother is one of the top performing mares of ALL TIME! Bred to thrive at whatever he does!
The perfect chocolate with a light mane and tail contrast. This boy comes from a long line of great and I do mean great horses on both sides of his pedigree. I look for him to be super flashy with a very easy light gait, perfect for trail riding...IN STYLE. Should mature to 15.1-15.2 hand tall. Was a very curious more in your pocket type horse from the time he was born.