Ridgeview’s Lady Aberdeen (Clydesdale)

Lady was added to our herd back in early 2005. We of course wanted to use her as part of our Drum Horse breeding program, to ensure that our foals maintained size. We could not have asked for a better mare. She has been an excellant production mare for Clydes and given us a stunning

About Gypsies and Drums

This Breed ‘s development has been met with a lot of controversy, mainly over the correct “name” for the breed. This breed has numerous registry associations and it is being developed basically online, which has caused a lot of confusion. Gypsy Vanners The “Gypsy Horse”, known in America as the Gypsy Vanner, was bred by


2007 Gypsy Vanner colt (gelding) Icon below pictures as a yearling. Video 1 Video 2 Video 3 Please contact us if interested. Breed: Gypsy Vanner, Registered Date of Birth: June 16 , 2007 Height: Should Mature around 15-15.1 hands Gender: Colt (gelding) Color: Blue Blagdon / Max Sabino Sire: Cobalt (By Bob the Blagdon out

Drum Horse Stallions

We currently have several Drum Horses for sale. Please visit our Sales Page to view the Gypsy Vanner and Drum Horse sales list. If you are looking to get in on the ground floor of the Drum Horse breed, Guinness’ offspring are your best choice! The first Drum Horse to step foot on American soil,

OMF’s Blue Thistle

2005 Registered Drum Horse mare Thistle is a three year old, registered Drum Horse filly. She is out of two registered imported Drum Horses (DNA on file), with known lineage. (Half Sister to Champion Drum stallion, Killian’s Irish Red and a full sister to Doubletake.) Her sire, Chew Mill Guinness, was the first Drum Horse
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