Thoroughbreds of a Different Color: APHA Approved Thoroughbred Stallions Standing at Stud

Forest Meadow

Forest Meadow is a 2008 Kentucky-bred stallion by graded stakes winner Forest Grove and out of Pretty Little, by Mazel Trick. His pedigree also includes Forestry, Batonnier, Phone Trick and Doonesbury. As a weanling, he sold for $22,000 at the Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale. He went on to make 63 starts, win 10 races, and earn $215,530 on the track. His ten wins were at Parx Racing in Bensalem, Pennsylvania. Forest Meadow made his final start in 2015 and is now owned by Juli Schalick, the owner of Fox Run Farm and Take The Lead – Sporthorse Rescue.

In 2022, Forest Meadow will be standing to the public for the first time. He is double registered with the American Paint Horse Association and approved for breeding with the Canadian Sport Horse Association. He will be enrolled in futurities for the APHA, American Quarter Horse Association and National Snaffle Bit Association. He has a lovely way of going and his foals are likely to excel on the track and in the arena. He has already attracted a superior APHA mare, champion AQHA mares and several Thoroughbred mares. His owner Juli says that he has a wonderful disposition to accompany his good looks!

Forest Meadow will be standing with Tim and Cindy Harris at Harris Paint Horses in Federalsburg, Maryland. You can book a discounted breeding through Halivah Mare LLC.

Fine Print

Fine Print is a 2015 Florida-bred stallion by Risque Remarque and out of Queen’s Wave, by multiple stakes winner and leading sire Unusual Heat. His pedigree also includes Elusive Quest, Pirate’s Bounty, Nureyev and Majestic Shore. Fine Print’s sire Risque Remarque was a loud-colored Thoroughbred stallion that did not stand to the public. Laura Wood bred Fine Print with the intention of using him in her breeding program, The Inverted Y. Instead of going to the races, Fine Print has become an all-around performance horse. He has shown Western Dressage, English Pleasure and Hunters. He has already won a Champion Hunter title and will continue to compete while standing stud.

Fine Print is a frame overo and tested homozygous black. He has been standing to the public for a couple of years. His first foals arrived in 2020 and they are very colorful too! He is dual registered with The Jockey Club and APHA. He is also listed with the AQHA and approved Westfalen. Fine Print has an excellent attitude and athletic conformation that he is passing to his foals. To book a breeding, contact Laura through The Inverted Y. Her farm is located in Brooksville, Florida.

Crusov Fox

Crusov Fox is a 2008 Ontario-bred stallion by Snowy River and out of Golden Savannah, by well-known hunter sire Gold Apollo. His pedigree also includes Issue of Gold, Milkie and Tomroy. He inherited his cremello color through both parents as his sire was a cremello and his dam was a palomino. His second dam, Grubby, is the closest horse in his lineage to make a start at the track. Most of his relatives were bred to be show horses and have done very well in the United States, Canada and Europe.

Crusov Fox is standing to all breeds at Whinny Farms in Burns, Oregon. He is owned by Kandy and Katie Hall. He has sired colorful Thoroughbreds, Paints and Quarter Horses who all possess his incredible athletic ability. He is one of very few double-dilute Thoroughbred stallions standing to the public. If you are interested in booking a breeding to Crusov Fox, you can visit the Whinny Farms website.

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