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  • Cremello Welsh stallion that carries silver dapple?

    Can anyone remember the name of the cremello Welsh stallion (I think in Florida) that carries the silver dapple gene?

    He might be a Rosmel prefixed pony, but I'm totally drawing a blank on the name.

    I have a client with a Mardi daughter that might be interested in breeding her to him and I'd like to pass on his info.
    Family Partners Welsh Ponies - Home of Section B Welsh stallion *Wedderlie Mardi Gras LOM/AOE http://www.welshponies.com
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    Rosmel's Creme de Mint?

    That is the only Cremello with the Rosmel prefix that comes to my mind.
    Crown Ridge Farms
    Breeding Quality Hunter, Welsh and British Riding Ponies
    Youngstock available for sale & Stallions at Stud
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    • #3
      Originally posted by crownridgefarms View Post
      Rosmel's Creme de Mint?

      That is the only Cremello with the Rosmel prefix that comes to my mind.
      That is the one I was thinking of!

      Dalemma

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        #4
        Yes, thank you! I think that was him!

        I don't know why I couldn't think of his name!
        Family Partners Welsh Ponies - Home of Section B Welsh stallion *Wedderlie Mardi Gras LOM/AOE http://www.welshponies.com
        Click here to buy: A Guide To In Hand Showing of Your Welsh Pony

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        • #5
          I get some advertising blast e-mails...usually concerning Arabians...but one came across with a couple of welshies on it, that looked really interesting so I saved it...silver dapple stallion ShellCrest Dusty Gold:

          http://www.thebrandstud.ca/dusty.html


          ETA, according to their home page, he is for sale:
          http://www.thebrandstud.ca/index.html
          http://www.selahwaysporthorses.com/

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          • #6
            "SunFireFarm" who posts on here is the daughter of his owner
            Richard, Approved Black KWPN Stallion
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            and Facebook page
            Oh Kaptain Underpants SFS, Approved BRp pony stallion
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              #7
              Dusty Gold is darling, but too small for what this lady needs.
              Family Partners Welsh Ponies - Home of Section B Welsh stallion *Wedderlie Mardi Gras LOM/AOE http://www.welshponies.com
              Click here to buy: A Guide To In Hand Showing of Your Welsh Pony

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              • #8
                If your client is looking for a Cremello stallion, there is a very nice imported welsh section B here in Ontario.
                I have no idea if he carries the Silver Dapple or if that is a must for your client.
                Here is the website :

                http://jmrwelshponies.com/

                I have seen him in person and he is very nice up close!
                Crown Ridge Farms
                Breeding Quality Hunter, Welsh and British Riding Ponies
                Youngstock available for sale & Stallions at Stud
                www.crownridgefarms.com

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                • #9
                  I have a beautiful colt out of my TB mare by Mint. Just love him. Not sure how tall he will be out of a 16h mare. I'm hoping max. large pony but since he's not for re-sale just something shorter than 16h is the goal.

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                  • #10
                    We have a silver buckskin pony mare by Mint. She is the sweetest, easiest pony I have ever had to work with. At 3 my daughter pulled her out of the field and in 3 weeks she was at a horse show. The following weekend she went to another show and was champion in her two divisions. We lover her. Here are a few pics of her from when we started her under saddle. All with about 2 months of saddle time. Not many 3 year old ponies can you ride and jump bridle-less I would have another in a heart beat!!
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                    • #11
                      Mint has a very loyal following and fantastic owners.
                      Originally posted by The Centaurian
                      As far as I am concerned, leadline is a legitimate reason to have children.

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                      • #12
                        Hello everyone!
                        I have had the pleasure of owning many of Mints foals.... because my Mom owns Mint! LOL He's actually here at my place at the moment giving my ladies someone to look at. Mint is the ONLY double dilute Sec A Welsh that also has the silver dapple gene in the WORLD. If you ever find another, let me know because Mints daughters would LOVE to meet him! He also produces foals that are very trainable and lovely movers!

                        Louise Mentzer is his owner Louise@Welbreds.com
                        www.welbreds.com

                        My daughter just took a dressage clinic on one of Mints daughters. It was a proud day for me!!!

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                        ~~~The first step is admitting you have a problem.~~~
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                        • #13
                          This guy is straight up cremello but I think he is just stunning (and he is not welsh LOL I just wanted to post him because he is so pretty. he is a TB)

                          Guaranteed Gold

                          http://www.angelfire.com/on3/TrueColoursFarm/GG.html
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                          • #14
                            Cremello Welsh

                            There is in fact another double creme sec A welsh stallion with the silver gene... Bristol Silver King owned by Primrose Welsh Ponies... you might want to contact them too.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by selah View Post
                              I get some advertising blast e-mails...usually concerning Arabians...but one came across with a couple of welshies on it, that looked really interesting so I saved it...silver dapple stallion ShellCrest Dusty Gold:

                              http://www.thebrandstud.ca/dusty.html


                              ETA, according to their home page, he is for sale:
                              http://www.thebrandstud.ca/index.html
                              I think that website is out of date. I believe they sold him last year but I don't recall to who.
                              Richard, Approved Black KWPN Stallion
                              Website
                              and Facebook page
                              Oh Kaptain Underpants SFS, Approved BRp pony stallion
                              Website and Facebook page

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                              • #16
                                Originally posted by sfstable View Post
                                I think that website is out of date. I believe they sold him last year but I don't recall to who.

                                Yes, that is correct. Dusty is in Ontario now with Amanda Mills.

                                Originally posted by crownridgefarms View Post
                                If your client is looking for a Cremello stallion, there is a very nice imported welsh section B here in Ontario.
                                I have no idea if he carries the Silver Dapple or if that is a must for your client.
                                Here is the website :

                                http://jmrwelshponies.com/

                                I have seen him in person and he is very nice up close!
                                The only thing with him...if a Mare Owner is breeding specifically to produce a dilute foal, he is also heterozygous grey. He is throwing grey foals out of solid colored mares...so he carries the grey gene...which makes sense as both his sire and dam are also grey. Unfortunately, it is quite common for the grey gene to "hide under" a double dilute coat. So, for those mare owners dreaming of a palomino foal, buckskin foal, etc., there would be a 50% chance of the foal turning grey. Personally, I think the grey Welsh Pony foals are pretty darn cute and everyone seems to want one on the hunter circuit!
                                www.DaventryEquestrian.com
                                Home of Oldenburg, Westphalian & RPSI approved pony stallion Goldhills Brandysnap
                                Also home to Daventry Equine Appraisals & Equine Expert Witness www.EquineAppraisers.com

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                                • #17
                                  I'm confused, wouldn't Tarantara have to be grey himself to produce grey from solid mares? He looks cremello in the photos, although I am not sure what a greying out cremello would look like.

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                                  • #18
                                    Silver Dapple Buckskin

                                    I thought I would update this thread as well with new pictures Kahlooa N Kreme by Mint.
                                    We adore her and would happily suggest him to mare owners who whant talent, looks and disposition in the resulting foal. Oh yeah and the added bonus of fun color possibilities
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                                    • #19
                                      Originally posted by yellowpony View Post
                                      I'm confused, wouldn't Tarantara have to be grey himself to produce grey from solid mares? He looks cremello in the photos, although I am not sure what a greying out cremello would look like.
                                      As I mentioned above, horses that are double dilute (cremello, perlino and smoky cream) AND are also grey...the grey often hides under the double dilute coat. Any other color, you can easily see the grey and the grey takes over, but because the double dilutes are already a light color, it tends to make the grey almost impossible to see. So yes, his base coat is cremello and he is also grey...which is how he is producing grey foals out of solid colored mares (bay, black and chestnut).

                                      I've even seen older double dilutes with the grey gene and they still just look double dilute and there is no evidence of grey...until you start producing foals.
                                      www.DaventryEquestrian.com
                                      Home of Oldenburg, Westphalian & RPSI approved pony stallion Goldhills Brandysnap
                                      Also home to Daventry Equine Appraisals & Equine Expert Witness www.EquineAppraisers.com

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                                      • #20
                                        It would be easier to know a Perlino or Smoky Cream had grayed, than a Cremello, but it can still be hard to tell with any of them, as Daventry said. It helps to see the horse as a youngster to see that they are even more "white" now than then.

                                        But when you start with a pale pale coat, even very close to white in the case of many cremellos, well, there's just not much more room to go with the "whiting" process
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