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A Z Butter Cup

A Z Butter Cup

June 7, 1993
Measured 31"
AMHA 54289

Sire: Papa Boss Butch
Dam: Easter's Lady

Black mare with fabulous neck. She has produced many wonderful foals for us.

Little America's D. S. Black Beauty

Little America's D.S. Black Beauty

May 24, 1996
Measured 28"
AMHA 76149 R84194A

Sire: Lazy H Desert Storm 31.25"
Dam: Little America's Tex Double X_ 32.25"

This is one of Lauren's mares who was in our show string for two years and did very well, being Champion, Reserve and Supreme Halter Horse. Her first foal by Whirling Thunder, Little America's Mister Twister, is one of the finest and tiniest that we have ever bred. Her 2003 daughter is a tiny and refined appaloosa named Little America's Feather's Evenstar.

Hunt House Farm's Legend's Miss Priss

Hunt House Farm's Legend's Miss Priss

Sorrel pinto
May 28, 1995
Measured 29.5"
AMHA 71588

Sire: Glenn's Southern Legend
Dam: Texan's T Prissy Belle 27.5"

Need we say more? She is an outstanding producer with the best pedigree that can be written. Her sire was National Grand Champion Junior Stallion in 1989 and was by National Grand Champion Stallion Lazy N Boogerman. Her dam is the daughter of National Grand Champion mare, Texan's Prissy Doll.

Little America's It's Showtime

Little America's It's Showtime

Black pinto
May 31, 1997
Measured 30.5
AMHA 85710 R86334A

Sire: Little America's Orion Mr It 28.5"
Dam: Little America's Prissy Tornado 27.5"

This showy marey belongs to our older daughter, Lisa Taylor, and is the fourth generation of beautiful pintos. You can see them all when you visit, or as you surf these pages. Showtime was named such because she was foaled when Lisa was at Baylor University performing in a singing group called Showtime.

Little America Feather's Evenstar

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Black Appaloosa
April 19, 2003
Measured 28"
AMHA 140931

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.

Little America's Gold 'N Sugar

Gold N SugarLittle America's Gold 'N Sugar

April 11, 1998
Measured 31.25"
AMHA 93077

Sire: Little America's Sugar Bars
Dam: Little America's Tex Elegance

This pretty palomino is a granddaughter of Sesquicentennial Tex and belongs to Carol's sister, Nancy. So far, she is proving to be an excellent asset to our plans! .

Little America's Miss Tweedle Dee

Little America's Miss Tweedle Dee

Chestnut pinto
June 2, 1997
Measured 31.25"
AMHA 85709

Sire: Lazy H Desert Storm. 31.25"
Dam: Black Gold's Honey 34"

This beautiful-headed filly belongs to Carol's sister, Nancy Roberts, and had her first foal in 2000. One of her fillies was the beautiful homozygous Reserve World Champion Little America's Fantastic Red Hat.

YP Branch Silver Lining

YP Branch Silver Lining

Sorrel pinto
March 26, 1996
Measured 29.5"
AMHA 86778

Sire: Little America Silver Tornado 26"
Dam: Warwick Farms Tiny Stitches 28.25"

I sold Tiny Stitches, but when I saw a picture of this filly, I just had to have her. Luckily I got her and we decided to take a big experiment and breed her to Loud N Clear. That one was our outstanding appaloosa that looks like Bambi, Little America's Loud N Silver. Please take a look at her 2006 daughter, Little America's Boogie Line who has taken her place in our breeding program.

Classic View's Storm's Queen "Painted Queen"

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Black Pinto
March 19, 2015
Measured 33.5"
AMHA 222511 AMHR 31128T

Sire: Silver Meadow's Phantom Storm #A 160412 34"
Dam: LR Scout's Little Foxy #A 169320 32.5"

This is a moving filly that should make a great driving mare when she matures. Her full brother sold for $12,000 and she is of the same quality!

Hallmark's Lady Calais

Hallmark's Lady Calais

Brown appaloosa
March 24, 1998
Measured 31.25"
AMHA 98804

Sire: Falkland of Kilverstone
Dam: Hallmark's Snickers

English appaloosa breeding. Dam of AMHA Top Ten pintaloosa filly.

Hallmark's Lady Calais' foal

YP Branch Snow Isis

YP Branch Snow Isis

Bay pinto
May 18, 1999
Measured 29.25"
AMHA 104711

Sire: Indian Snow 28"
Dam: YP Branch Supreme's Look at Me

This is one of two daughters of the 1995 National Champion 28" & Under Stallion, Indian Snow. She is actually a pintaloosa granddaughter of twice National Champion Brewer's Classic Supreme, a great-granddaughter of National Grand Champion Brewer's Orion Classic, and, if that isn't enough, also Reserve National Champion, Yashica-Light Van't Huttenest.

Little America's Miss Not So Loud

Little America's Miss Not So Loud

April 27, 1999
Measured 32.25"
AMHA 102747

Sire: JTR Loud N Clear 31.5"
Dam: Lil Hoof Hollow's Scarlet Ribbon

This Loud daughter is one of the few solid daughters of his. She is a half sister to our "Terrific brothers", Tom Terrific, and has returned to our breeding program in 2006.

Piney's Stardust

Piney's Stardust

March 15, 1997
Measured 33.5"
AMHA 92265

Sire: Piney's Medicine Man
Dam: Bond Triskele

See her 2008 colt Little America's Aggie Wrangler and 2010 filly Little America's Starr Boogie.

We have kept this mare for our breeding program because she has the kind of neck that people sweat and sweat to get. We find that breeding it is so much easier! This is another of Lauren's mares.

Little America's It's Oprah

Little America's It's Oprah

April 26, 2001
Measured 30.25"
AMHA 121693

Sire: Little America's Orion Mr It 28.5"
Dam: LBF's Contessa 32.25'

Our Mr It daughters have developed a special place in our breeding program so it is unusual for us to offer one for sale since he is getting quite old. Heavy in foal for 2018 to Rogers' HSR Destiny at Last and is heavily Buckeroo bred.

Little America Color's Mandy

Bay appaloosa
March 21, 2006
Measured 31.75"
AMHA 168397

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's Struttin' Soprano

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April 25, 2006
Measured 31.75""
AMHA 168592

Sire: Sierra Dawn Uno's Struttin' My Stuff 31"
Dam: Little America's Tex Double X- 32"

One of the few solid Strutter daughters. This is another of Lauren's horses, in fact Double X- is the matriarch of her herd, being the dam of Regional Champion and Honor Roll winners Little America's Xenon Dimitri and Little America's Xenon Flower Girl. She is also the dam of Supreme Halter Horse and Reserve National Champion Little America's D.S. Black Beauty and Lauren's broodmares Little America's LNC Lady Elaine, Little America's Terrific Guinevere, Little America's D S Ginger and her appaloosa mare Blue Jasmine. Needless to say, Double X-, has been one of our top producing mares EVER! We find that her daughters follow in her footsteps, too. This mare is one of the most correct conformation of the year.

*Mares so noted had positive ultrasounds last time checked, but we make no guarantee on any pregnant mare.

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