JTR Wind Fortune's Venus
April 7, 2003
Sire: JTR Wind Fortune
Dam: Bryland Farms Mite T Aphrodite
This is a tiny ultra refined mare who had the smallest foal of 2008. Her 2008 daughter, Little America's Incredible Tiny One, is the smallest foal we have ever had and was Top Ten at the 2008 AMHA World Show!
Little America Color's Belle o' Ball
May 17, 2006
Sire: Winner's Circle's True Colors 30"
Dam: Little America's Tex Belle 30"
A pretty and extremely tiny mare by the beautiful True Colors and out of an excellent Tex daughters. This has proven to be an excellent cross several times this year! She goes back to Orion Light Van't Huttenest three times and is an intensely bred Orion mare. Tex Belle is the dam of the late Little America's D S Incredible, one of the truly outstanding little apps that we ever bred.
Little America Color's Mandy
March 21, 2006
Sire: Winner's Circle's True Colors
Dam: Little America's Tex Elegance
An elegant showy mare by the beautiful True Colors and out of one of our best Tex daughters. This has proven to be an excellent cross. She goes back to Orion Light Van't Huttenest and Komoko's Little Husseler, two of the most famous of the historical pillars of the American Miniature Horse breed.
Little America Feather's Evenstar
April 19, 2003
Sire: Little America's Tex Lil Feather
Dam: Little America's D. S. Black Beauty
Evenstar's dam belongs to Lauren and was an AMHA Top Ten mare as well as a Supreme Halter Horse, Reserve National Champion, and only 27" tall! Her sire is a young stallion who is a snowcap which is believed to be homozygous for appaloosa coloration, although there is not a DNA test for it yet. So far he has had two foals, both apps, so maybe the appaloosa "old-timers" are right, since both of the mares were black. Regardless of color, this is one of the nicest fillies that we have had.
Little America King's Lady o' Lake
May 22, 2000
AMHA 112527 R225397T
Sire: NFC LA Egyptian King Rapsody
Dam: Roy's Toy Dealerette
This outstanding mare, belonging to Lauren, was AMHA Central Champion Under 28" Yearling Mare, and Reserve Regional Champion Junior Mare in 2001 and continued winning through 2002. She was third at Nationals in both Amateur and AOTE Mares in 2002. Fourth with her son, Little America's Struttin' Summit at the 2009 World Show.
Little America Silver's OhMyGoodness
Black overo pinto
June 27, 2004
Sire: Little America Silver Tornado 26"
Dam: Little America's Xenon June Bride 30"
We were so thrilled when this little frame overo is the most unusual that we have had. She is the dam of one of our tiniest upcoming stallions, Little America's StruttinAnniversary, who we expect to mature around 25" and he will head a group of our private collection mares when he is grown.
Little America's Alexandra
May 7, 2007
Sire: Little America's D S Whatadream 31"
Dam: Little America's Tex Anastasia 30"
From time to time we have a spectacular foal that makes all the work and sleepless nights worthwhile. This is it! She was sixth in Multi-Color Mares at the 2007 AMHA World and she is making her contribution to our breeding program. She is another of Lauren's excellent mares.
Little America's Barbie in Paradise
May 31, 2006
Sire: Mark's Sip's Steal the Spotlight
Dam: Roy's Toy Snippet's Barbie Doll
Barbie is a granddaughter of two time Reserve National Champion Bond Snippet and is definitely showing that side of the family! Her sire, Steal the Spotlight, is a pinto son of Mark's Sip's Touch of Gold who was the National Champion Two-Year-Old stallion over 28-30" in 2001 and the Reserve National Champion Senior Stallion over 28" to 30" in 2002.
Little America's Boogie Line
March 31, 2006
Sire: Melton's Fantazon's Boogie Nights 31"
Dam: YP Branch Silver Lining 29.5"
This gorgeous mare was the first foal of Boogie Nights and we are sold on his permanent place in our breeding program. Her 2014 daughter, Little America's Sensational Xerox, was Reserve World Champion at the 2014 AMHA World Show and now is in Mexico City. Another daughter, Miss IBM, is now in Hawaii..