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BLM Mustang Stallions



I use "BLM" (Bureau of Land Management) to refer to those mustangs which are of variable type, and have had other influences besides the original Spanish horses brought over to the New World. For wild American horses of more specifically Spanish type (also known as Colonial Spanish Horses), I will have a separate breed page up later. Because I have so many "mustang" type models, I have decided to separate them into these two types, and prefer to not cross breed them.

"Rangebred" means the horse was bred in the wild and its parents are not known. I will have more horses up later with known parents but for now, these rangebred horses are available for s/d. For breeding purposes, all rangebreds can be considered to be completely unrelated to each other.

Please note: Because of the possibility of OLWS (Overo Lethal White Syndrome) in real horses, I will not breed two horses carrying the frame gene. Frame on its own does not cause any disease in horses, but if a foal inherits frame from both parents (a 1 in 4 chance when breeding two frame carriers), it will not live more than a few days. All of my horses carrying frame are noted, and can be bred with any horse NOT carrying frame.



Bad Attitude

Ghost Flame X Shelby's Red Thunder
bred by Dragon Star Farm
2005 black tobiano/sabino

FFC: 2008
Offspring:
Awards: Photo show placed
Model information: Breyer Fighting Stallion mold; #702797 "Poncho Rex", special run for the 1999 West Coast Model Horse Collectors Jamboree; 1,500 made.

Shenandoah Surprise

Shenandoah Sunrise X Buckthorn
1994 buckskin

FFC: 1997
Offspring:
2004: SSR Blackfoot (SSR)
Awards: unshown
Model information: Breyer "Smoky" mold; #993 "Shenandoah," Mustang, produced January-June 1997. This model is extra special to me as it was my winning design for the JAH coloring contest waaaayyyy back in 1996! This is an odd variation with a solid-colored face, rather than a large blaze. I know of one other solid-faced model.

Hayfever

Thunderhead X Wildcat
1985 chestnut sabino

FFC: 1988 LFC: 2008
Offspring:
Awards: unshown
Model information: Breyer Running Stallion mold; Wildfire's Fury, special run for State Line Tack stores in 1998.

The Warlord

Placer Gold X Wild Wind
1983 black roan tobiano/sabino

FFC: 1986 LFC: 2006
Offspring:
Awards: Has achieved Champion status with IMEHA
Model information: Breyer Fighting Stallion mold; #410184 Fighting Stallions Set, special run for the 2004 JCPenney holiday catalog.

Shenandoah Sunrise

Shenandoah X Acorn
1982 buckskin

FFC: 1985 LFC: 2005
Offspring:
1994: Shenandoah Surprise (Red Wolf Ranch)
Awards: unshown
Model information: Breyer "Smoky" mold; #993 "Shenandoah," Mustang, produced January-June 1997. This is the version with normal black eyes.

Thunderhead

Rangebred
~1980 gray (chestnut)

FFC: 1983 LFC: 2003
Offspring:
1984: Plea Bargain (Red Wolf Ranch)
1985: Hayfever (Red Wolf Ranch)
2000: SSR Sirocco (SSR)
Awards: unshown
Model information: Breyer Running Stallion mold; #707598 Cowboy Pride 3-Piece Horse Set, special run for the 1998 JCPenney holiday catalog.

Silver Bullet

Rangebred
~1960 black silver minimal sabino

FFC: 1963 LFC: 1983
Offspring:
Awards: unshown
Model information: Breyer Running Stallion mold; #126 Running Stallion, produced 1968-1971.

Days of America

Rangebred
~1960 palomino splash overo/sabino

FFC: 1963 LFC: 1983
Offspring:
Awards: unshown
Model information: Breyer Mustang mold; #701496 Amerigo, special run for the 1996 Equitana USA event, 1,000 made. His pattern represents an old map of North America.

Placer Gold

Rangebred
~1960 palomino tobiano/sabino

FFC: 1963 LFC: 1983
Offspring:
1983: The Warlord (Red Wolf Ranch)
Awards: unshown
Model information: Breyer Fighting Stallion mold; #701400 Atlas, special run for the 2000 Equitana USA event, 2,500 made. He carries a map of the world.

Shenandoah

Rangebred
~1960 buckskin

FFC: 1963 LFC: 1983
Offspring:
1982: Shenandoah Sunrise (Red Wolf Ranch)
1983: Santana (Jameson Stables)
Awards: unshown
Model information: Breyer "Smoky" mold; #993 "Shenandoah," Mustang, produced January-June 1997. This is the version with hand-painted bi-colored eyes, an early Breyer experiment that didn't turn out very well as many models ended up with "snake eyes."

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