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CALIFORNIA - Broodmare Lease Exchange for 2001 - 2002
I am looking for a proven brood mare with crosses to Gay Mac for lease exchange. I offer a proven broodmare with 3 crosses to Gay Mac in return.
I am hoping to find a brood mare with similar bloodlines to my 1990 Morgan mare to produce an excellent sporthorse prospect with a breeding to my mare's 1999 stallion, Sunlotus Comet (Funquest Erick x Rich Gal). As a 2 year old, Comet will be competing in some USDF shows in 2001 and will be inspected as an AWS Stallion next fall. This year he won The Joyce Casper Memorial Trophy at the Mother Lode show, In-hand Suitability for Dressage. I'm hoping to provide him with one breeding experience mainly for his own educational benefit, and to further evaluate his potential as a breeding stallion with a bonus of adding a filly to my own breeding program.
The mare I'm offering in exchange:
    Gay Cavalier
    Green Meads Richmond
    Green Meads Bell
Windswept Richard
    Dapper Dan
    Windswept Day-Star
    Shasta Daisy
Rich Gal
Miss Tayler
Gay Gal
Ranchita Chief
Miss Spooky
She is liver chestnut at 15.1 hands with a pretty head and big rear end. Looking at her one can see how the Morgan contributed to the Quarter Horse. Rich Gal resides in the alpha spectrum with regards to dominance. She is intelligent and athletic with cow sense. Mostly used for trail riding, she is experienced over fences and has won in both hunter equitation and training level dressage in open competition as a youngster. She will put a nice foal on the ground.
Ideally, I can find a similar brood mare to breed to her stallion and while bloodlines guide my search, temperament, conformation/athleticism are more important. A bay or exotic color would be a definite plus.
John Banks
Oakland, CA
510 534-5308
1998 bay linebred Old Government/WWF colt, professionally trained to drive. Jack Vance (Chapel Hill Elijah x Andre Norton) is linebred Old Government, with 14 crosses to Mansfield in 5 generations, 24 crosses to Bennington in 6 generations (20 with Artemesia--the "golden cross"), and 54 crosses to General Gates (including 3 through Linsley) in 13 generations.
Vance offers a wonderful temperament, straight legs with good bone and short cannons, excellent extension (for dressage or carriage), and lots of type. Should mature to 15.1hh. Freejumps 4 ft. He could be a solid breeding stallion or a superb gelding, depending on your needs. He is offered at $3500--the price goes up once he starts saddle training this winter. He may be viewed at his trainer's, June Strelcheck-Pedersen in Crystal Lake, Illinois, or online at
Beautiful black Morgan Gelding, TFM Drakkar Noir, no white markings. 14.2hh at 2 years old and showing a great deal of potential as a dressage or carriage horse. Can this boy ever trot!!!! It could have something to do with the 20+ traces to Ethan Allen! His sire is Shamrock Seville by Moro Hills Marquis and Ransomvale Jamie and his dam is KMS Covergirl by Casland Fast Time and Casland Bel Donna. What a combo! He is an extremely fine example of true Morgan Type! His coat is much darker than in this shot, and he looks more mature now. As you can see he has a very beautiful head with a large eye! I have more recent photos, just e-mail me if you are interested and I will get them to you. Contact Angie at  or call (613)256-6251

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