Image's Last Chance
Chance is 15.1 and is 6 years old. He is all boy but is reasonably easy to handle even for a knowledgeable woman. He is not broke to ride simply because I have too many horses and too little time. He IS NOT MEAN. I have grandkids around here all the time and will not have a mean stud on the place. In all the years that I have been raising these horses I have NEVER had a mean stallion. The deeper the appaloosa blood the more mellow the stud.
He is for sale as I have his full sister in my herd and two of her sons will be standing at stud and I have a leopard son that may be standing in a year or two. I have priced him at $2000. for a fast sale to a good home.
Kaniksus Night - SOLD
This young stallion combines Kaniksus Spot and Pratt Toby secret !!! Does it get any better then that? Then you throw in some Toby's, Simcoes Sarcee, Chief Chelsea, Prince Plaudit, Chief of Fourmile and many other greats and you've got a winning combination. I have one foal crop by him and they are fantastic. His dam and half brother and a son are in my herd so regretfully I am offering him for sale. He is 5 years old and he is green broke and easy to handle. I have ridden him on a trail ride. He stands a good 16h and hasn't finished filling out yet and may even tall up a little. Kanikus has been sold to Wallace Woods of Casper Wyoming.
LVR Sharp Dressed Man - SOLD
This absolutely gorgeous young stallion is stunning to the eyes and mind. He is a dream to handle and the grandkids call him Mayonnaise and play with him and around him in complete safety all the time. My mares are all bred to him this year and now he is for sale, only because I have his full brother standing at stud (LVR BILT OF BRICK). As I don't need two full brothers as stallions, I ran Sharp Dressed Man with the mares this summer for one foal crop before I sold him. He is an F4 and only four years old so will grow a lot more. He stands at around 15.1-2 right now. He has been sold to Barbara Bliss of Liberty, Maine.
LVR Lakota Knight
This Big and Beautiful two year old stallion is being retained for my own herd for a year or two. I have sold his sire and he will stand in his place. As with most appaloosa stallions, this fella is a GENTLEman. Watch for his foals in a couple of years. I think they will be gorgeous. Black will be his trade mark color I believe with lots of height to go with.
LVR Toby Secret Again - SOLD
This BIG, BOLD and BEAUTIFUL two year old has a pedigree to match his looks and disposition. He can either go as a stallion or a stunning gelding. As you can see from the picture he is appaloosa gentle. He is going to be a very big boy. He has been sold to Ray & Irina Weese of the "Wyoming Appaloosa Ranch" of Greybull Wyoming.
LVR Vintage Attitude - SOLD
This solid black, NC stallion is as sweet as it gets, hence his name. Those of you that have been raising foundation bred appaloosas for awhile know what I am talking about. The appaloosa stallion is usually a gentleman. This pretty boy with super conformation and disposition would be the best color producer in the world on a herd of fewspots or snocap mares. You would get LOUD color galore. He is a two year old and as pretty as can be with lots of growing and filling out to do and has a dream of a pedigree. He is an F4 or fifth generation appaloosa and can be fpd at 100%. He has been sold to Brigitte Nadeau of Quebec Canada.