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firestorm stallion

Born: 2005

We spotted this colt when in northern England near Durham. We were not looking for a colt, but he impressed us so much, we decided to bring him home.

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SD Touchdown of Spruce Ridge


Born: 2011

This lovely colt is a true blue roan out of SD Black Jack (now owned by Desert Jewel gypsy Horses) and SD Blondies Babe (a full sister to SD Big Bucks)

On our recent trip to the UK, we spent several days with the Down family and were able to purchase this fantastic colt. Besides his extraordinary colour, he has a ton of feather for such a young colt. He is also super chunky, with a sweet head and tiny ears.

We are very excited to add these bloodlines to our breeding program. This is another one to watch in the future.

                                                         Touchdown 2 years old May 2013

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Touchdown 1 year old






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Touchdown January 2012 (winter coat)



 SD Touchdown in England

Sire and Dam of Touchdown

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SD Blackjack

SD Blondies Babe

Grand Sire And Grand Dam


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SD Jack Red Roan filly SD Wooly Mammoth SD Blondie

Great Grand Sire And Great Grand Dam







Tom Tom of Brackenhill

tom_tom_newmarket2010 Born: 2004    Gelding

We decided to geld Tom Tom this past winter so he can enjoy life with others horses as well . 

Tom Tom was imported from northern UK in the spring of 2007.We purchased him from James Taylor of Brackenhill Farms. James owns some very nice horses and has made many trips to the U.S to judge and share his expertise on the breed.

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Lottery Horse


1993 - 2010

We will miss you.

Anyone who has researched or owns a Gypsy horse will know who The Lottery Horse is.

He was viewed by many, as one of the finest the breed has ever seen. The Lottery's Sire was a horse known in England as Sam, a son of Eddie Alcocks' Old Black Horse, who was a son of  The Coal Horse. His Dam was a mare named Matilda. She was also described as Joe Wiltshires' Red and White Mare.