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Meet the Sleipnir Stallions: Part 3: Sleipnir Carbon Copy and his Get

 

Sleipnir Carbon Copy (B-L Rhinestone Kid x Coeur d’Alene, by Breezeway x a Funquest bred dam) is a glorious mahogany Bay Morgan Stallion.

Sleipnir Carbon Copy is 14.3hh, flat-hoofed, no shoes, and trimmed for pasture.

His Stud fee is $1,000.00, live foal guaranteed.

S. Carbon Copy is also For Sale, as we do not need 4 stallions. Carbon is a Full brother to our Black Stallion, Sleipnir Sequoyah. Both are by B-L Rhinestone Kid, our deceased senior stallion. Each is priced at: $9,990.00  Carbon is not rank, or difficult, and is kind to his mares. He could be gelded for use as an amateur horse. He would be superb! Carbon has had professional training for all his basics and has been worked with by amateurs, including our beginner teenaged grand-daughter. He has been extensively ground driven and has been ridden.

Or, purchase his 2012 Bay daughter, Sleipnir Star Attraction, raf (x NEJ Golddust Emma)…for $2,000.00.

NEJ Golddust Emma (Golddust Miner M C x May’s Sweetie) is also for sale for other owners (we have her on a breeding lease). She can be purchased with or without a breeding to one of our stallions. She is the only Black Proven Broodmare ever offered for sale by her owners. Her chestnut sister, NEJ Golddust Alice, is also available, also a Proven Broodmare, and Alice has been used as a various sized ring lesson horse for all of our grand-children.

We are also anticipating the birth of another 2012 foal by Carbon, out of our really wonderful Dark chestnut mare, Playday Rebecca (Stoneholm Taliesin x Stoneholm Alameda). ‘Becca has had many gorgeous foals for other breeders, as well as for us. (see the photos of Sleipnir Echo’s Celebrity and Sleipnir Double Feature under Sleipnir Echo’s Finale’s blog posting). Her foal will be available for sale.

All Sleipnir Morgan Horses have their pedigrees listed on www.allbreedpedigree.com ; where you can also do “hypothetical” breedings.

All of our For Sale Horses always have asking prices listed and available. All are current on their vaccinations and wormings, all sell with a current negative Coggins, all have lots of basic ground manners – stand for the farrier, veterinarian, and grooming/handling by amateurs. Many are trained to ride and drive. All maintain a good hoof, are trimmed regularly and cut-down, trimmed for pasture. Only the horses currently stalled in training carry a longer hoof and wear a shoe. Most of the mares and geldings have been pastured together at various points in time. All the stallions have been kept in 200 x 100 open paddocks, as well as stalled at various points in their lives.
Every Sleipnir Morgan Horse Farm horse ever sold in our over thirty years of breeding has gone to a permanent loving home.

Our Spring Open House date has not been scheduled due to John’s recovery from his illness and our tornado related rebuilding work. Visitors are always welcome, with notice preferred.

Contact Georgia at 423 284 0899 Cellular and Texts, or Denmanfam@aol.com  and GLDenman@aol.com  for email.

Photos # 2 & # 3: Sleipnir Star Attraction (Sleipnir Carbon Copy x NEJ Golddust Emma) 2012 Bay Filly

NEJ Goldust Emma (Golddust Miner M C x May’s Sweetie) 1996 Black Broodmare for sale for other owners; we have her on breeding lease.

and “Tre” Bayard…

All our foals are magnets for our grandchildren, and others…and are imprinted by and used to children

Sleipnir Carbon Copy - 2000 Stallion
(B-L Rhinestone Kid x Coeur d'Alene)

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