Skips Misty Cloud is a 2002 Cremello stallion standing at Brooks Paint and Quarter Horses. He is of the best Weiscamp breeding, top-of the line, and he RIDES. This stud not only produces non-sorrel foals, but he also has a job and competes in ranch horse competition.
I have always admired this horse:A Tru Rolex has earned more points than any other APHA stallion ever! He has over THREE THOUSAND and he's homozygous both black and tobiano! This is really what color breeders should strive for--promoting their colored horse just as much as any sorrel (and this guy has clearly blown them all away)!
This one turned on the switch (to a new way of thinking):
Who said a halter horse couldn't be tobiano? Ima Switch Hitter went up against that stereotype and smashed it.
I'd like to make a toast to:
Champagne Cool. This is such a nice stallion. High quality and that always stunning champagne color...cheers!
Finally, a real gem:
Barlink Gold Rush is a old horse with a new color. They only recently discovered the Pearl gene, originating from the Barlink lines, which turns a dilute (in this case a palomino) into a very different, irridescent shade. This guy is gorgeous, proven, and has longevity on his side (something you don't see too often in halter horses anymore).
These stallions prove that there is much more to breeding (any) horse than just one aspect. Yes, they are horses of color, producers of color, but they also show that good conformation, promotion, showing, and producing more than just hay-burners are equally important qualities. Kudos to their owners and trainers for all their success!