Colour Profile: aa/GrN/Ee
Priceless certainly has her sire’s stamp and is a traditional example of a Gypsy Cob.
She is just over 14.1hh with a dappled grey colouring, great feather, mane and tail.
Priceless was one of North Fork’s show horses at Spruce Meadows.
Priceless not only looks beautiful, but has consistently passed on her beautiful grey colouring and lots of mane and feathers to her foals.
Congratulations to her new owner!
NF Tumbleweed’s Gracia
Being a Tumbleweed daughter she has all the moves along with all the looks.
Looking forward to meeting her foal in the spring.
Aurora named after the Roman goddess of sunrise, is a beautiful palomino who quickly wins the hearts of all who meet her.
Bred in Ireland and imported for North Fork to add colour to their breeding program, Aurora already brings joy to her new owner.
Showing confidence and athleticism early on, there is more go than whoa on this beautiful Ireland bred cob.
RLR THE GUARDIAN
Guardian is going to be big like his dam and the perfect conformation of his sire.
His long legs and athletic build make him ready for any discipline. Guardian is also blessed with the marking of an eagle on his flank and proudly shows off his stamp of protection.
Bald Eagles and Golden Eagles (and their feathers) are highly revered and considered sacred within First Nations traditions, culture, and religion. They represent honesty, truth, majesty, strength, courage, wisdom, power and freedom. It is said that if an eagle appears, it bestows many gifts of abundance, leadership and the courage to look ahead.
The eagle is symbolic of the importance of honesty and truth and will always keep you safe and protected.
RLR The Guardian will guard and protect for many years to come.