Morgan and Non-Morgan Horses that we have owned

Sleipnir Morgan Horse Farm
Horses that we have owned and bred, predominantly Morgan Horses
Registered, Unregistered, and Deceased prior to Registration completed
In Chronological Order – 1980 – Current
By Georgia O. Denman
Registered Morgan Horses:
Massachusetts and Tennessee:
UC Spicy Lass – Chestnut Mare – Foundation Mare of Sleipnir Morgan Horse Farm – DECEASED-MA
Sleipnir Valhalla – Chestnut Gelding – DECEASED-TN
B-L Rhinestone Kid – Black Bay Stallion – Foundation Sire of SMHF – DECEASED-TN
Sleipnir Selebrity – Chestnut Gelding – DECEASED-TN
Sleipnir Constellation – Bay Mare – First Get of B-L Rhinestone Kid; Last Produce of UC Spicy Lass
UC Cinnamon – Chestnut Mare – DECEASED-TN
Headwater’s Dawn Date – SOLD-MA
UC Phoebe – Dark Chestnut Mare –SOLD-MA
Sleipnir Cor-elation – SOLD-MA
Sleipnir Firestone – Bay Gelding – SOLD Unregistered-MA
Fieldmaster Ben – SOLD-MA
Sleipnir Brimstone – Bay Gelding – SOLD Unregistered-MA
Sleipnir Top Hat – Chestnut Stallion – DECEASED-TN
Gaitwood Kitzbuhel – Bay Mare – SOLD-MA
Windfall Vigilstar – Black Gelding – SOLD-MA
Tennessee:
Sleipnir Southern Cross – Bay Mare
Coeur d’Alene – Chestnut Mare
Sleipnir Spice On Top – Chestnut Mare
Reggie’s Black Rose – Black Mare – Deceased
NEJ Golddust Louise – Black Bay Mare – SOLD
NEJ Golddust Ruby – Black Bay Mare – SOLD
Four Fields Patriot – Bay Stallion – Retired for Frog Farm – DECEASED
Sleipnir Carbon Copy – Bay Stallion
Sleipnir Legacy – Chestnut Stallion – DECEASED
Hip Heath Zanna – Bay Mare – DECEASED
Sleipnir Betsy Ross – Bay Mare – SOLD
Sleipnir Sophisticated Lady – Bay Mare
May’s Sweetie – Black Bay Mare – Leased – Retired – DECEASED
NEJ Golddust Alice – Chestnut Mare – Leased – DECEASED
NEJ Golddust Emma – Black Mare – Leased
Sleipnir Zeus – Black Gelding – SOLD
Sleipnir Celestial Array – Bay Gelding
Sleipnir Trinity – SOLD – DECEASED
Sleipnir Gemstone – Black Bay Mare – DECEASED
Sleipnir Rock Candy – Bay Mare – SOLD
Sleipnir Onyx – Black Mare – SOLD
Sleipnir Onstar – Black Mare
Sleipnir Sequoyah – Black Stallion
Exquisite Sir Echo – Chestnut Stallion – DECEASED
Sleipnir Echo’s Finale – Chestnut Stallion
Sleipnir Zenith – Bay Stallion
Poincianna – Dark Chestnut Mare – SOLD – DECEASED
Sleipnir Explorer – Bay Gelding – SOLD
Sleipnir Ambassador – Black Bay Stallion – SOLD
Sleipnir Fieldstone – Bay Gelding
Sleipnir Pop Rocks – Black colt – Deceased
Sleipnir Andromeda – Brown Chestnut Mare
Prairie Hill Princess, Chestnut Mare – Samantha’s dam – SOLD
Sleipnir Daily Show – Chestnut Mare – SOLD
May’s Joy – Bay Mare – SOLD
May’s Prunella – Bay Mare – SOLD
PJMF Mr. Standfast – Bay Gelding – SOLD
PJMF Mr. Honest – Bay Gelding – SOLD
Playday Rebecca – Brown Mare
Triagn Smooth Sailing – Palomino Mare
Sleipnir Hiwassee – Black Mare
Sleipnir Echo’s Celebrity – Brown Chestnut Mare
Sleipnir Smoky Mountain – Black colt – Gelded by new owners – SOLD
Sleipnir Ocoee – Black colt – Gelded by new owners – SOLD
Sleipnir Double Feature – Chestnut Gelding
Sleipnir Resonance – Chestnut Gelding
Sleipnir Star Attraction – Bay Mare
Sleipnir Diva – Brown Chestnut Mare
Sleipnir Kobayashi Maru – Colt

Non – Morgan Horses:
Massachusetts:
Jiminy Cricket – Welsh Arab Cross Hunter/Jumper Pony –Chestnut Gelding – SOLD
Misty Bar-Quad – Registered Quarter Horse – Chestnut Mare – SOLD
Tennessee:
Sharifa El Asol – Registerable Arabian Bay Mare – SOLD
Sleipnir Toby – Bay Morab Gelding by B-L Rhinestone Kid x Sharifa El Asol – SOLD
Deuce’s Sir Spot – Registered Quarter Horse – Chestnut Gelding – SOLD
Rose – Racking mare – Bay – SOLD

Photos of Many of these Horses at http://www.ImagesnMemories.com
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May’s Sweetie

(Nugget’s Prince x Eck’s Twiggy)
5/5/1984 – 6/7/2013
A few days ago, I posted about the passing of May’s Sweetie. She was Noel Jones primary driving mare and a valued member of their Herd. She was part of Meril May’s significant breeding program in Ohio, which included some of the great Devan breeding stock. Sweetie was one of our favorites here on the farm. She and her two daughters, NEJ Golddust Alice and NEJ Golddust Emma, have played a major part in our breeding program.

May’s Sweetie – Produce:

2005 Gelding SLEIPNIR EXPLORER 174103 by B-L RHINESTONE KID

2003 Mare SLEIPNIR ROCK CANDY 0174401 by B-L RHINESTONE KID

1995 Mare NEJ GOLDDUST EMMA 0176092 by GOLDDUST MINER M C

1994 Mare SPRINGMONT WINNIE 0133326 by GOLDDUST MINER M C

1993 Mare NEJ GOLDDUST ALICE 0156513 by GOLDDUST MINER M C

1992 Mare NEJ GOLDDUST ETHEL 0128289 by GOLDDUST MINER M C

1991 Mare NEJ GOLDDUST DAISY 0128288 by GOLDDUST MINER M C

1990 Gelding NEJ GOLDDUST HENRY 121174 by GOLDDUST MINER M C

S. Rock Candy is a trail pleasure horse for a family here in TN.

S. Explorer is an Equitation and Hunter Pleasure mount for a large show and lesson stable in OK.

When we leased Sweetie, we also leased her daughters, NEJ Golddust Alice and NEJ Golddust Emma, as broodmares also. Alice is Red Chestnut, Emma is Black.
We have had several foals from each of them.
None of Sweetie’s other daughters have progeny listed via the AMHA Registry.

Both Alice and Emma are easy breeders, good at being handled during deliveries, are attentive, but not possessive, mothers and good for all the routine grooming and handling.
Emma is open; Alice has been bred to Sleipnir Carbon Copy for a 2014 foal, but has not been confirmed in foal. Alice and Emma and their descendents are easy keepers, herd safe and friendly. Both of them are available for sale.

NEJ Golddust Alice – Produce:

NEJ Golddust Alice (1993) is a tall 15HH Chestnut who has had four very nice long legged foals for us.

2012 To Be Gelded Sleipnir Kobayashi Maru, r a f Black by Sleipnir Zenith

2010 Gelding Sleipnir Resonance, r a f Chestnut by Sleipnir Echo’s Finale

2009 Gelding Sleipnir Smoky Mountain 181177 Black by Sleipnir Sequoyah

2003 Mare Sleipnir Onyx 174403 Black by B-L Rhinestone Kid

Sleipnir Resonance, and his half-sibling gelding, Sleipnir Double Feature, are available. They know their basics and would make a nice pair.

Sleipnir Kobayashi Maru, a black colt, is weaned and ready to go. We will geld him, or sell him as a colt. He is currently our only planned foal from Sleipnir Zenith, who is also available as either a stallion or gelded.

Alice has been used for riding lessons in various sized rings and out and about on the farm. She has been trailered, stalled, and taken on trail rides in the Smokies in the past.

NEJ Golddust Emma – Produce:

NEJ Golddust Emma (1995) is 15HH, and Black. Emma is a broodmare who has had six very sweet and talented foals for us.

2012 Mare Sleipnir Star Attraction, r a f Bay by Sleipnir Carbon Copy

2010 Gelding Sleipnir Ocoee, r a f Black by Sleipnir Sequoyah

2009 Mare Sleipnir Hiwassee 0181232 Black by Sleipnir Sequoyah

2006 Gelding Sleipnir Fieldstone 176094 Bay by B-L Rhinestone Kid

2005 Stallion Sleipnir Ambassador 176093 Black Bay by B-L Rhinestone Kid

2003 Mare Sleipnir Gemstone, r a f Bay by B-L Rhinestone Kid

S. Fieldstone, S. Hiwassee, and S. Star Attraction are available.
Fieldstone is our last gelding available by B-L Rhinestone Kid.

Hiwassee is our last available Get from S. Sequoyah. Sequoyah, a Black easy-going harness horse with significant training is available for sale as a stallion or gelded.

S. Star Attraction, and her half-sister, Sleipnir Diva, are our only available Get from Sleipnir Carbon Copy. Carbon, a bright mahogany bay is a full brother to Sequoyah, and is available for sale as a stallion or gelded.

We always have wonderful Morgan Horses for sale and always have their prices listed. All have their basics and some are finished.

All our horses sell with current vaccinations, wormings, and Negative Coggins.

Pedigrees for all our horses are posted on: http://www.allbreedpedigree.com

We probably have the largest herd of Morgan Horses in the SouthEast. All the horses that are for sale are pleasant, willing, intelligent companions, with excellent breeding and conformation. We breed for a modern horse that still looks and acts like a Morgan…natural Park to backyard pleasure.

Our Mission and our motto, for over thirty years:
Family Show Horses : Showy Family Horses

Our Breeding Philosophy – Specific Farms, Stallion & Mare Influences

Sleipnir LogoStrong and Fleet

Sleipnir Logo
Strong and Fleet

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

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

   

Morgan Horses have been part of our family for over Thirty years. During that time, we went to many horse shows and clinics, watched classes from multiple disciplines and styles, visited some of the most famous Morgan Horse Farms, and formed and refined our own breeding plan.

We breed for people-friendly horses with square stances, and good ways of going. Horses that are also alert, intelligent, willing, talented and very beautiful. 

We focus on the OLD GOVERNMENT LINES found throughout The University of Connecticut (UC) and University of Vermont (UVM) breeding programs; featuring UVM Viking, UVM Flash, Mansfield, Panfield, Canfield, Flyhawk, and of course, Upwey Ben Don+ (Stallions) and UC Spicy Lass (our Foundation mare), UC Taffy, UVM Flirt, Upwey Benn Quietude + (mares).

with crosses to the WASEEKA’S LINE via NOCTURNE, (stallion) via W. Showtime and W. Peter Piper (stallions), and W. Thisizit (mare) and others.

and crosses to the ORCLAND LINE via ULENDON, through especially ORCLAND LEADER, via Courage of Equinox+, Orcland Vigildon+ (stallions).

with selected other families brought in to the lines, including representation from some New England, Mid-Atlantic, Mid-West and Western working families.

Our pedigrees reflect modern horses with famous ancestors as up close as you can get. The ancestors’ names are often still visible on their descendants’ written pedigrees. Our bloodlines will cross well with any of the current major breeding programs and our Morgans offered For Sale include our best, worthy of being Foundation stallions and mares for new breeding programs, as well as being companions in the show ring or on the trail.

Our Motto and Mission is: Family Show Horses : Showy Family Horses

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2012 chestnut fillySleipnir Carbon Copy x Playday Rebecca

2012 chestnut filly
Sleipnir Carbon Copy x Playday Rebecca

Petition regarding showing in the road horse division at various horse shows.

Lana Gilpin at lvgstables@me.com is circulating a petition regarding showing road horses.  The petition is copied below, under our conversation.

I wrote to her because we are unable to show our wonderful morgan mare, Sleipnir Onstar, at shows like the Dixie Cup, which has dedicated classes for Saddlebreds, Morgans, and Hackneys.  There are no Standardbreds shown there.  Even if there were, we were looking for a Morgans only class.

Under previous rules, this would not have been a problem.  Under the current changed rules, it was not possible to show her there.

Please read our conversation and her petition.  If you have any questions you can email her or call.  Please also contact her to support the petition. All it does is go back to the old rules, and let more nice horses be shown in road classes.  Whether you are new to the horse show world, or an old-timer, the purpose of this petition allows for more nice classes for more nice horses…

Thank you for taking the time to read this; and your support.

Our conversation:

Hi Lana,

… Correct me if I am wrong.

We have a Morgan that we have shown roadster-to-bike, we could not show her at a Morgan-Saddlebred-Hackney show…
We could not even have a Morgan roadster to bike class included in the show…not allowed by the current rules.
All classes were breed specific…so, not like they were competing in an open show. The way I read your petition, it would address this issue.

If I am correct, we support the petition, so will our trainer and friends.

Lana’s reply:
Yes Georgia this would address your issue as well. Thank you for your support.

My reply:
Then absolutely include us.
And I’ll send it on to our trainer who predominantly does hackneys.

Please contact Lana to be included on the petition. Or if you have any questions.

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NEJ Golddust Emma – 15 HH – Sweet, Black Broodmare

NEJ Golddust Emma (1996) is a solid 15HH, Black broodmare. Emma is a sweet, well-behaved mare, who has had six very sweet, athletic and talented foals for us.

She is a full sister to NEJ Golddust Alice, a chestnut, who is a solid 15HH lesson mare, that we also have on lease. Both Alice and Emma are easy breeders, good at being handled during deliveries, are attentive, but not possessive, mothers and good for all the routine grooming and handling. Emma easily can have several more foals. She is open.

May’s Sweetie, her dam, a 1984 Black retired driving and broodmare is available to go with her, as a companion. Emma is an easy keeper and Herd safe, both in a regular herd and in the broodmare band. She is offered For Sale as agents for her owners. We have had them (Sweetie, Alice and Emma) on long-term broodmare lease, but we have stopped breeding for the foreseeable future, and need to reduce our herd subsequent to John’s extensive illness and recovery period. Her owners are willing to let her be sold to someone who will enjoy her pleasant personality and value her Mid-western bloodlines.

We have three of Emma’s foals on our for sale list also: Sleipnir Fieldstone, a 2006 Bay, safe, harness-trained and saddle-trained gelding; Sleipnir Hiwassee, a 2009 Black mare, ready to be finished; and Sleipnir Star Attraction, a 2012 Bay filly, like her dam and siblings, athletic and sweet-tempered. Emma, and Alice, and their dam, Sweetie, are available singly or as a package as agents for their owners. This is the only time a proven black broodmare has been offered for sale by these multi-generation Morgan breeders specializing in Black carriage horses.

NEJ Golddust Emma’s pedigree is available from the Morgan Horse Registry Online. And, at no charge, from All-breed pedigree. All Sleipnir Morgan Horse Farm Herd Members have their pedigrees available on All-breed pedigree.

http://www.allbreedpedigree.com/nej+golddust+emma

Lesson mare – 15 HH – trimmed for pasture

NEJ Golddust Alice
Proven Broodmare and lesson horse

NEJ Golddust Alice
1993 Red Chestnut Mare
Golddust Miner M C x May’s Sweetie
15 HH, trimmed for pasture
Kimberly McGee up

NEJ Golddust Alice (1993): Is a red chestnut 15HH mare with considerable time as a saddle lesson horse, for our beginner grandchildren, and others, in various sized rings and paddocks; and open yard. Looks good for a taller person, & still nice looking for shorter legged individual. Alice also has had a lot of ground driving experience; she has been used to train ground driving as a pair, including by young beginner grandchildren. Alice has had three nice foals for us on lease, two of which are sold. Easy to breed. Caring, but not obsessive mother. All foals imprinted. Good for all handling and care. Trailers well. Has been on trail rides in the past. Stalls or open pasture.
We have her on broodmare lease…and since John’s injury, we will not be breeding for the foreseeable future…and none of us are riding much anymore…two of the “grands” are not around…and there are other “sports” plus allergies! And we drive more than ride.

Alice has a 2010 Red Chestnut Gelding, Sleipnir Resonance (Sleipnir Echo’s Finale) also available For Sale.

Alice’s Full sister, NEJ Golddust Emma, a 1996 Black broodmare is also available For Sale. We also have her on broodmare lease, and she is for sale. Emma has had six foals for us. We have three of them For Sale: a 2006 Bay gelding, 2009 Black mare, and a 2012 Black filly. See separate postings.
Their dam, May’s Sweetie, (Nugget’s Prince x Eck’s Twiggy) a black mare, is a retired broodmare…
She is available with either as a companion…or as a package of all three.

The Runaway by Robert Frost

The Runaway by Robert Frost

Once when the snow of the year was beginning to fall,
We stopped by a mountain pasture to say ‘Whose colt?’
A little Morgan had one forefoot on the wall,
The other curled at his breast. He dipped his head
And snorted at us. And then he had to bolt.
We heard the miniature thunder where he fled,
And we saw him, or thought we saw him, dim and grey,
Like a shadow against the curtain of falling flakes.
‘I think the little fellow’s afraid of the snow.
He isn’t winter-broken. It isn’t play
With the little fellow at all. He’s running away.
I doubt if even his mother could tell him, “Sakes,
It’s only weather”. He’d think she didn’t know !
Where is his mother? He can’t be out alone.’
And now he comes again with a clatter of stone
And mounts the wall again with whited eyes
And all his tail that isn’t hair up straight.
He shudders his coat as if to throw off flies.
‘Whoever it is that leaves him out so late,
When other creatures have gone to stall and bin,
Ought to be told to come and take him in.’