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Summer 2008 - The foals are here!  They are all COLTS, and they are all BAYS!  We have been blessed with three, happy, healthy, bouncing baby boys!  Each one is beautiful and correct, and yet each one is unique, bringing something "different to the table".  All of our foals are available for purchase this year, so please see the For Sale page for more details!

Introducing:

TKA Megastar ("Starsky").  Foaled 4.3.08 - by HollyBrook Braveheart and out of our very special mare, Up Hyre Morning Glory.  Starsky came into this world the size of a 1 month old, and he hasn't stopped growing since!  This colt is a carbon copy of his sire with more size, and he truly has the goods to merit remaining a stallion.  He really should stay here to carry on for his sire someday, and we are truly struggling with the notion of parting with him since we're not sure we'll ever have another one quite this good!  He is eligible for the NY Breeder's Sweepstakes, which not only offers a weanling class but also offers 4 year old performance classes which include all divisions (Classic/EP/Park & Hunter/Western)!  If you are looking for a future western/hunter horse that has a head to die for and size that will get him noticed, check out Starsky! 

TKA Royal Attraction ("Roy").  Foaled 4.27.08 - by UVM Coming Attraction and out of our new mare, Scandias Carribean Queen.  It was apparent in the first week of Roy's life that he was born to be a show horse - always looking for the opportunity to show off for an onlooker, he can
flag his tail and trot like nobody's business!  He is a serious contender for the EP/Park divisions in the future, and he has the good looks, conformation, athleticism, and charisma to get the job done!  Roy is an in hand prospect to be sure, and his future is bright!  If you are looking for a show stallion/gelding, then have a look at Roy!  SOLD

TKA Get Smart ("Max").  Foaled 4.29.08 - by Ultra's Special Agent and out of our big-moving mare, Rose Valley Rumba.  We have rebred Rumba to Agent for 2009 in hopes of getting a filly next year, so Max just recently returned home to us.  We are incredibly pleased with him.  He
has his sire's good looks and his dam's hocks and size.  A big boy, Max is still on the refined side with long, long legs and a huge scopey trot!  We can picture him as an incredibly talented future hunter, as he just rolls along while covering a lot of ground.  And does he drive from his hind end!!  Max is very obedient and tries hard to please.  He is eligible for several sweepstakes including Morgan Breeder Sweepstakes, Circle J Sweepstakes, NY Breeder's Sweepstakes, and Michigan Breeder's Sweepstakes!  If you like hunters, then visit Max on the For Sale page!

September 2005 -   Attention Morgan breeders!!  Get in on the opportunity to purchase a breeding to HollyBrook Braveheart through the very prestigious NY Morgan Stallion Service Auction scheduled for the evening of February 11, 2006 at the Prime Hotel in Saratoga Springs, NY!  The first time to ever be offered through a stallion service auction, we were proud when the NY Stallion Service Auction Committee invited Braveheart to partici-pate, as this event is known for being chock full of top notch stallions!  Now Braveheart is adding to that list!  You don't need to be in attendance to bid on his breeding - you may mail in bids and/or bid by phone.  To find out more about how you can get in on a breeding to Braveheart through this stallion service auction, please visit the website: www.nymorganstallions.com



October 2005
- Attention fans of Cowboy Dressage!  Watch for announcements on an upcoming Western NY clinic with Eitan Beth-Halachmy in June 2005!


October 16, 2005
- We just returned from a phenomenal trip to Oklahoma City, OK.  We spent four days watching the Morgan Grand National & World Championship Horse Show, and it was incredible!  The classes were chocked full of talented, beautiful Morgans!  Some of the highlights: Watching Eitan and Sante Fe Renegade claim their third World Champion Western Pleasure title, making the acquaintance of other Morgan aficionados and catching up with friends we don't get to see very often, holding the winning raffle ticket for a beautiful Morgan pendant, and visiting the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum!


October 9, 2005
- We would like to congratulate Cindy Culverwell on her purchase of our black weanling filly, TKA Cherished Secret.  Cherry has joined Cindy and her family at their beautiful Gott Creek Farm in Burt, NY.  In addition to her human friends, Cherry has several equine companions to keep her company, including her half brother (who was my first Morgan), OHM Morning Edition, fondly known as "Chip."  When Cindy and her family noticed that we had a half-sister to Chip available for purchase, it didn't take long before Cherry was added to her equine collection!  We wish Cindy and her family the best with this special little girl!

September 17, 2005 - Congratulations to Kristine Hamilton on her gelding's  extra-ordinary accomplish- ments at the NY Morgan Regional Championship Horse Show!  Artistry's Dragonheart, a 2 year old black son of our stallion, HollyBrook Braveheart, won his 2 yr. Old Pleasure Driving Futurity qualifier and went back to claim the 2 Yr. Old Pleasure Driving Championship!  In addition, he was named Reserve Champion in the 2 Yr. Old Futurity In Hand class!  This is the first of Braveheart's offspring to hit the show ring in a performance division, and Artistry's Dragonheart is doing his papa proud!  Not only did he claim a Regional Championship, but he was also UNDEFEATED in harness - his first year in the show ring!  Quite the accomplishment - but not surprising - he comes from a long line of blue ribbon Morgans - it's in the blood!


May 27, 2005
- What an exciting weekend!  A big THANK YOU to Tim and Shirley O'Gorman for doing such a spectacular job training our filly, TKA California Girl!  Callie learned how to model with confidence under this very talented duo's direction, and she has blossomed into quite the princess! Tim O'Gorman presented her in the 2 and under fillies class at the Western New York Morgan Horse Show, and Callie claimed the blue!  She then went on to be pinned Grand Champion Mare in the championship class!  We were so proud of her! This was her first show ever, and she has made quite an impressive debut!

Another "Braveheart baby" made his show ring debut at the Western District!  Artistry's Dragonheart, owned by Kristine Hamilton, won his 2 and under geldings class and then went on to claim Reserve Grand Champion Gelding!  We are very happy for Kristine and wish her continued success with this very talented and special boy!



May 20, 2005
- It has been a busy month!  Our 2nd and final foal of the season arrived safely around 1:00 AM!  Whistler's Serendipity delivered a beautiful black filly by Hyland Acre's Midnite.  This filly is spectacular and already is a natural in front of the camera!  We are very excited about this little girl!  Just see for yourself!  She will be named TKA Cherished Secret, in loving memory of our wonderful gelding, Mey-Lena's Top Secret.  We found out Seren was in foal with Cherish the day that we had to lay Secret to rest.  Cherish certainly will be cherished - along with her Uncle Secret, who is undoubtedly watching over her from above.

May 17, 2005 - Congratulations to Bonnie and Amy Green of Alexander, NY!

Bonnie's mare, Goldquest Sallie Mae, delivered a beautiful bay colt by Braveheart - Sallie's first foal ever!  Sisters Bonnie and Amy have been watching carefully over things and report that Sallie has taken to "motherhood" just fine!  We wish them much joy and much success with their new addition!

May 1, 2005 - We are excited to announce that our 2004 black filly, TKA California Girl (HollyBrook Braveheart X Up Hyre Morning Glory) is now in training with Tim and Shirley O'Gorman of O'Gorman Stables in New Wilmington, PA.  Callie will be schooled in the fine art of modeling for in hand classes.  The plan is for Callie to make her in hand debut in the 2 and under fillies class at the Western New York Morgan Horse Show over Memorial Day weekend!

April 23, 2005 - Our first foal of the season arrived!  Up Hyre Morning Glory delivered a HUGE chestnut colt this morning around 9:00 AM.  This particular colt's name came to us quickly, as he scooted around on his rump for the first hour of his life trying to figure out his darned legs!  "Scooter" is a leggy boy with an absolutely gorgeous head like his sire.  And of course, he inherited his dam's white marking - a wide connected star, strip, snip - that is nearly a blaze.  With this particular marking and because of his coloring, he will be registered as TKA Blaze of Glory.  Check him out on the "Our Foals" page.  He is for sale and will no doubt be a beautiful boy when all grown up - and from the looks of his legs, he sure has some growing to do!

April 2005 - Exciting News!  Kristine Hamilton, owner of Artistry's Dragonheart ("Fonzi"), a 2 year old gelding by our stallion, Braveheart, is now under the direction of Dale and Nancy Vidler of Sunny Acres Farm in Honeoye Falls, NY.  Dale is teaching Fonzi to drive.  We look forward to updates from Kristine on Fonzi's progress!

March 2005 - Our 2006 Breeding plans have been finalized:

Rose Valley Rumba will be bred to our stallion, HollyBrook Braveheart. Two years ago this cross resulted in a spectacular filly, TKA Salsa Groove, who is turning out to be a fabulous dressage prospect!  We have been looking forward to a repeat of this particular cross.  We left Rumba open for a couple of years, and now it's time to put her back in the role of mother!

Up Hyre Morning Glory will be bred back to our stallion, HollyBrook Braveheart.  I think it is safe to say that this has been our "golden cross".  Glory and Mel's foals have been carbon copies of each other. Aside from some differences in base colors, they all have their dam's eye-catching chrome markings and their sire's unmistakable Morgan type.  They are consistently athletic, friendly, smart, extremely correct and they have that "spice" that sets them apart from the crowd - an "I won't allow you to take your eyes off of me!" attitude!  We always look forward with anticipation to what Glory and Mel will produce each year, and 2007 will be no different.

Nemours Royal Doll will be bred to Horne's Leader Glow, owned by Suzanne Fox of Eden, NY.  Leader will be a complete outcross as Doll is heavily Nocturne-bred.  By San-Kay's All-A-Glow (a sire of park horses) and out of Oakwood's Ginger (a full sister to Wold Champion, Dobson), Leader is
nothing other than a natural park horse - and there is no mistaking that he's a Morgan!  With his little ears and big, poppy eyes, this should be a fabulous cross!  In addition, the resulting foal will be eligible for the Weanling Sweepstakes Class at the 2006 NY Regional Morgan Show. This baby should be able to trot and put on a show!  Doll's 2004 filly by the Corsican Bay, Canadian Royal Penny, has shown us what her dam can produce, so we are quite excited to breed Doll again!

February 2005 - A "Golden Opportunity" for Teaka Creek Stables!  We would like to thank Marilyn Esteb of Stone Pine Farm in Larkspur, CO for entrusting us with one of her beautiful colorful Morgans!  We would like to announce our purchase of Stone Pine Chablis (MEMC Tequila Cuervo X KVA Hi Time).  Chablis is everything we want in a broodmare prospect with a splash of color too!  We've looked for a very long time, and it was well worth the wait!  Chablis has joined us here at Teaka Creek Stables, and we couldn't be happier with her!  Watch for more on our golden girl in the future!

 

 

 

 

 

 



July 2004 - Such a sad day - it is with very heavy hearts that we had to say "goodbye" to our Morgan "patriarch" and friend.  At the age of 26, our gelding, Mey-Lena's Top Secret developed a lymphatic cancer.  We couldn't allow him to get to the point where he was suffering, and so we had to make the difficult decision to let him go.  He was laid to rest on our farm on July 21, 2004.   Secret was the classic Morgan - friendly and always willing to give 110%.  His list of accomplishments are too many to number.  He was a regional champion show horse, a dependable carriage horse, a teacher, a trail horse, a wonderful babysitter of foals... - the list could go on and on.

If only he had been ready... If only he had looked at us and said in his eyes - "I'm ready, let me go."  It would have been so much easier to say, "OK".  But he didn't, and so the decision was even more difficult.  We've seen horses that have been ready - but never have we owned a Morgan that was.  They have such heart - such spirit!  Secret was no exception.  When these things happen, it really makes us question why we have these animals that we become so attached to - and then we check ourselves.  The pain of Secret's loss by no means even begins to outweigh all the joy he brought to our lives - and that is when we remember why we do this.  Yes, it was a difficult decision to make - but after all the years of enjoyment Secret gave us - after all the years he spent taking care of us and teaching us, it was the least we could do to save him the pain of withering away from cancer.  We humans can be so selfish!  But this we must remember also - in pain and loss, we can always find something positive, and this is the positive in Secret's passing - we had a wonderful, wonderful time with him.  He brightened our lives with his presence - trail rides, sleigh rallies, long, quiet groomings in the crossties.  We will always have these memories of our precious Secret.  

On a lighter note, we found out today that Whistler's Serendipity is in foal to Hyland Acres Midnite.  She is due in June of 2005.  It's so amazing - with the passing of one, it is announced on the same day that another is in the process of making its way into the world.  It was as if Secret was giving us yet another gift.  Maybe Seren's foal will just have to be named "Secret Gift."

July 4, 2004 - Happy Fourth of July to all!  We are thrilled to announce that HollyBrook Braveheart participated in his first parade ever!  Ridden by Eric, the duo celebrated Independence Day by riding in the Mayville, NY Fourth of July parade with a group on horseback that called themselves the "Freedom Riders."  This group was composed of different breeds, with Braveheart, the Morgan, leading the way!  We were very proud of our boy!  He handled the fire trucks, sirens, color guards, and cheering crowds like an old pro, and he did this all with style while carrying the American flag!  As a side note, another one of our Morgans that we are very proud of took part in the parade as well.  Long time friend of the family, David Zuech, rode our Morgan gelding, Muldoon Macaroon, in the festivities.  Of course, this was "old hat" for Mac!  We're sure it reminded him of the days when he served as a mounted police horse for the Chautauqua County Sheriff's Mounted Division!


By the banks of Chautauqua Lake:
Preparing for the Fourth of July parade in Mayville, NY

HollyBrook Braveheart's first parade
HollyBrook Braveheart's first parade

June 2004 -  Our clinic with Eitan this year was another success.  There were familiar faces from last year's clinic and new ones too!  Seven riders participated with their horses.  Their mounts ranged in training from green-broke to very advanced.  It was a wonderful learning experience for both participants and auditors!  Once again, Eitan put horse training into simple language that people could understand, and once again, he was master at weaving in humor along with his instruction. Thanks to all who came out and supported this endeavor!  It is a special opportunity to have Eitan in Western New York, and we are happy area riders could benefit from his expertise!

Our Cowboy Dressage clinic with Eitan Beth-Halachmy

Click Here to read about Eitan's clinic of 2003.

June 2004 - Up Hyre Morning Glory has been confirmed "in foal" to our stallion, HollyBrook Braveheart!  She is due in April of 2005!  Even as we enjoy her filly now, we look forward to see what she produces next year!

June 2004 - We recently said "goodbye" to another one of our babies.  This was a difficult thing to do, as we had planned to keep the first filly that HollyBrook Braveheart and Rose Valley Rumba gave us.  But when Abbe Sexton of Milford, OH contacted us about our Morgans and told us what she was looking for - a dressage/hunter prospect that she could raise - we just had to tell her about Salsa.  We knew Salsa embodied everything Abbe wanted in a Morgan.  She was in the process of searching for her first horse!  She had done much research and decided on the Morgan breed.  The same qualities that attracted us to Morgans also attracted Abbe to the breed -versatility, beauty, athleticism, and of course, disposition!  We did not want to part with Salsa, but if it meant she could bring a wonderful person into the Morgan breed, then we had to be willing to let her go.  Abbe, her husband, and son made a one day "power road trip" up to see Salsa, and she was sold on her the minute she saw Salsa's reaction to her toddler - polite and gentle curiousness!  A child was a new thing to Salsa, and she was fascinated by him!  Abbe is now enjoying getting to know her new Morgan and has plans to compete with her in dressage in the future!  We look forward to the day we can be cheering them on ringside, watching them perform a pattern!  

Abbe and Salsa
Abbe and Salsa

May 2004 - We are proud to announce the sale of TKA Performing Hearts to Laura Falconer of Sumner, ME!  It is hard to believe Heart is going to New England!  Laura had lost her beloved Morgan mare, and she set out on a journey to find another one - not to replace her first mare, but rather to help fill the void that was left with her passing.  Laura wanted a horse to do competitive trail riding and dressage, and through internet searching, she happened upon Heart!  It's a cute story - one that makes it seem that Laura and Heart were just "meant to be."  Laura originally inquired about Heart's dam, OHM Nightingale, but Gale had already sold.  She was disappointed when she heard Gale was no longer available, and after telling us what she was looking for, we told her about Gale's daughter, TKA Performing Hearts, who was for sale.  There were many signs that pointed Laura in Heart's direction - signs she couldn't ignore, and after a very long road trip to meet Heart in person - well, what can one say?  It was destiny, and so Laura was sold on Heart.  We couldn't be happier for both of them!  They have many fun years ahead, trail riding and doing dressage patterns!   


Laura & Heart

May 5, 2004 - Our second and final addition to the family has arrived!  We couldn't be happier!  What a surprise!  We have been hoping for a filly from Up Hyre Morning Glory and HollyBrook Braveheart for going on 3 years now, and she is here!  When we saw that she was black, we were even more flabbergasted!  A black filly!  The coloring was just icing on the cake, so to speak!  She sports a star, a faint strip, and two white feet!  Glory never fails to pass on her eye-catching chrome markings to her babies!  We aren't sure about a name for this one yet.  We want it to fit her looks and her personality, so for now it's "black filly." 

 

 

 

 

April 30, 2004 - We have a new addition to the Teaka Creek family!  Our first foal of the year arrived this morning!  Nemour's Royal Doll delivered a beautiful chestnut filly with a flaxen tail!  Could we really be so lucky to get what we ordered?  We were hoping for a dark chestnut filly with a flaxen mane and tail!  It was a tall order to fill, but it looks like Dolly and the filly's sire, The Corsican Bay, delivered!  Born the color of a shiny copper penny, her barn name was instantly coined "Penny." (No pun intended!) Time will determine her registered name, but if we get lucky and the flaxen stays - and she sheds out dark...well, perhaps "Lucky" would go nicely in front of her barn name!  This filly carries the wonderful blood of Lord Appleton (Waseeka's Nocturne) through her dam!  Through her sire, she has some very prestigious names on her papers as well - bloodlines noted for performance AND breeding ability!  They include Appleton Corsair, Petalbrook Kathryn, Pecos, Orcland Dondarling, Parade, and Norma - just to name a few!  This is one incredibly well-bred girl!   

April 2004 - Plans have been finalized for the 2004 breeding season.  We have decided to breed 2 of our mares this year - Up Hyre Morning Glory will be bred back to our stallion, HollyBrook Braveheart, and Whistler's Serendipity will be bred to a black Townshend T-Edition son, Hyland Acres Midnite.

February 2004 - Happy New Year to all!  2004 looks to be an exciting year for Teaka Creek Stables!  We are expecting 2 foals that will no doubt be fabulous!  Up Hyre Morning Glory is expecting a foal late in April by our stallion, HollyBrook Braveheart.  This cross has been golden, and we look forward to another awesome, chrome-trimmed baby!  In addition, our latest addition to our broodmare band, Nemour's Royal Doll, a daughter of the great Lord Appleton, is expecting a late April foal too!  Doll's baby, by the famed Corsican Bay, is expected to not only be simply gorgeous, but also big!  The full siblings to this foal are topping out at 15.2 hands and better!  The color of this baby-to-be could be interesting too, as Doll and Cork have produced an eye-catching chestnut roan together!  At any rate, we are looking forward to spring!

February 2004 - Our stallion, HollyBrook Braveheart, has returned home from California!  After being under the expert direction of Eitan Beth-Halachmy, Braveheart has returned to us as a well-polished performance horse!  From rollbacks to lateral movements to a smooth, easy lope and jog, Braveheart is a dream to ride!  The 3,000 mile distance between Eric and his horse was difficult at times - especially since he has gone into business for himself.  And, as it goes, we must have our priorities.  It was getting more and more difficult for Eric to go out of town for extended lengths of time to visit his horse, and so the decision was made to bring Braveheart home before we were in the middle of breeding season.  We are disappointed he couldn't stay out in CA for the show season, but it would be no fun if we couldn't be there to enjoy it too, so we decided to bring Braveheart home.  We would like to thank Eitan and Debbie for their friendship, instruction, as well as the hard work that it took to get Braveheart where he is today.  He truly has Eitan's "stamp" under saddle with his rounded frame and polished performance.  We feel honored to have had a horse trained by the master of "Cowboy Dressage."  Eitan - not only is Mel a better horse, but Eric is a better horseman today thanks to you!

We would like to get some daughters from our mares to breed back to Braveheart, so we are currently considering some outside stallions for this year.  It is interesting considering all of the possibilities, and as we make our decisions, we will be posting them here on our News and Links page. 

On top of all this, Teaka Creek Stables is planning to host another clinic with Eitan Beth-Halachmy, famed master of "Cowboy Dressage".  The clinic is scheduled for Saturday, June 26th, and Sunday, June 27th of this year.  For anyone interested, please feel free to contact us for more information!

We wish you and yours a wonderful and exciting 2004!  Let's make this year a wonderful year for our beloved breed, the Morgan horse!

September 2003 - We have two more proud owners of a Teaka Creek Morgan! When Lisa and Mike Baker of Valley Springs, CA saw the video of our colt, TKA Twice Charmed, it was love at first sight! They were completely "charmed" by T.C.'s presence and knew they had to have him! Lisa and Mike have great expectations for T.C., as he is nominated to the World Morgan Futurity! There is an interesting story behind this: Lisa told us that they have dreamed of owning a Morgan. However, they have been holding out for quite a few years, waiting for the right one to come along. We are honored that they found what they have been looking for in T.C. and are thrilled to know that he is making their dream come true!

August 2003 - Once again we have "lucked in" and found another wonderful owner for one of our horses! Congratulations to Kim Rengert of Avon, NY on her purchase of our lovely mare, OHM Nightingale! We wish Kim all the best. She will be enjoying Gale on trail rides and hunter paces.  We know they are going to make an awesome team! Rumor has it that Kim's daughter, Heidi, is enjoying Gale too! A true "family" Morgan, we have no doubt Gale will bring the Rengerts countless hours of enjoyment for many years to come!

 

 

 

August 2003 - We are expecting some new additions to the Teaka Creek Morgan family! We would like to thank Laurie Willert of Oil Springs, Ontario for the opportunity to purchase Nemours Royal Doll and Whistler's Serendipity! Doll is a Lord Appleton daughter, and we are looking forward to her foal due next spring by the famed Corsican Bay. It was "serendipity" that we came across Whistler's Serendipity! She is by Noel's Accolade and out of SAM Bouncin' Bet. Seren is related to our late broodmare, Sleepys Captress, and we are thrilled to have those bloodlines in our barn once again!

June 28th and 29th, 2003, Teaka Creek Stables held a clinic with Eitan Beth-Halachmy at Stagecoach West's riding facility in Silver Creek, NY.  It was the first time Eitan had visited the Western New York area, and the anticipation was obvious as the participant slots for the clinic filled quickly and a waiting list was created for those hoping a cancellation would provide them the opportunity to participate! Eitan, world-famous for his "Cowboy Dressage" and beautiful Morgan stallion, Holiday Compadre, enlightened the audience with his extensive knowledge of horse training, while entertaining everyone with his wonderful sense of humor!

Participants in the clinic brought their own horses of all ages, breeds, and levels, and each benefited from Eitan's one-on-one instruction over the two day period of the clinic.  In addition, the clinic was open to anyone who wanted to observe, and several auditors attended.  Truly amazing was the improvement in each horse's performance from the first day to the second! Eitan's expertise was evident as he helped each participant achieve a better performance from her horse!  The clinic was so well-received that Teaka Creek Stables has arranged to host another clinic with Eitan next year.  Scheduled for Saturday, June 26th and Sunday, June 27th of 2004, the clinic will have a new format allowing for up to 10 participants.  Please contact Erika Stormer at Teaka Creek Stables if you would like to receive any future mailings for Eitan's 2004 Western New York Cowboy Dressage Clinic.  It is sure to be another enlightening and entertaining weekend for all!

June 2003 - Great news! Up Hyre Morning Glory is expecting! This next "bundle of joy" is due in April of 2004, and it will be a full sibling to TKA Charm Attack and TKA Twice Charmed. This foal will no doubt be as spectacular as the first two. What's that saying?..."The third time's a charm!"

May 2003 -   Congratulations to Carol Wageman of Buffalo, NY on her purchase of
our gelding, TKA Xavier. Xavier will be missed "back home", but he is going to a
wonderful person, and that makes the parting a "sweet sorrow" (as Shakespeare
would say)!  We wish Carol the best!  She is bound to enjoy the many hours of
trail riding to come with her new Morgan, and who knows?  Maybe Xavier will
inspire her to try something new!  That's what happened to us!

April 29, 2003 - Congratulations to Kris Hamilton on the birth of her black colt by HollyBrook Braveheart!  Out of W-B Ravishment (a Windhover Enchantmint daughter), he has his dam's color and his sire's gorgeous head!  He looks like he is going to be a big boy!  We are very excited for her!

March 30, 2003 - New filly arrived!  Wow - talk about a busy weekend!  Out of Rose Valley Rumba and by HollyBrook Braveheart, this tall filly came out with facial markings like her daddy!  She has a snip of white on her nose like Mel, and one white hind foot like Rumba!  Very pretty headed with a beautiful topline and an airy, suspended trot, she is very sporty indeed!  We have named her "TKA Salsa Groove" because she has the moves!  Salsa will also be for sale as a weanling.

March 28, 2003 - New colt arrived!  Out of Up Hyre Morning Glory and by HollyBrook Braveheart, this large bay colt is trimmed in chrome and has a gorgeous head!  We are very "charmed" with him!  He is very similar in looks to his big brother, TKA Charm Attack, and for this reason, we have decided to name him "TKA Twice Charmed".  We are calling him "T.C." for short, and he will be
for sale as a weanling.

 

Our Favorite Links:

www.morganhorse.com

www.nysmhs.org

www.cowboydressage.com

www.stallion-services.com

www.silvermoongraphics.com

www.xcelco.on.ca/~whistler

www.equine.com

www.morgansforsalewanted.com

www.scandiamhf.com

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Erika & Eric Stormer
1135 Frew Run Road
Frewsburg, NY 14738

 phone: 716-569-5936
email: elsteaka@netsync.net

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