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As breeders, we work to positively influence the breed. We carefully select for the traits of gait, conformation, disposition, and bloodline.

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TWHBEA 2014 buckskin, possible double-black, double-agouti

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out of Jubals Spring Zephyr and by Arrow's True Blue

Our horses are raised in a natural environment and often cover miles and miles a day- from the time they are born. We feel this helps them develop strength and vigor that will last a lifetime.

 

A number of horses from our breeding program are on the field trial circuit:

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Arrow's Sparky Tones and Arrow's Dusty aka "Hollywood" are two buckskins that draw attention when they are out with their riders, Fred and Jennifer Smith. Sparky is Fred's mount when he travels the country as a Field Trial Judge. "Hollywood" is younger and is learning the ropes. Sparky "goes all day". Most judges switch out horses. However, Fred is able to count on Sparky all day long- the type of endurance we appreciate and breed for!

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Arrow's Saltwater Taffy shows off her National American Trail Ride Conference ribbons! Thanks to Lisa Hall Scott for sending over the photo- and keep after those blues! Taffy currently resides in Alabama.

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SCW Jubals Onyx Diva by Slush Creeks Jubal S and out of Arrows Colorado Gold. Thank you Shellie of Slush Creek Walkers for the picture! A descendent of Blue Gold (our foundation sire), now in the Dominican Republic...

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Arrow's Star of Gold

Arrow's Star of Gold- by Blue Gold, out of Dakota Evening Star (full sister to "Fashion"). Owned by Elsie Darrah, TWHBEA "color guru" and owner of two Blue Gold daughters. This mare is currently in Texas.

 

"Our eyes tell us what a horse appears to be...
His pedigree tells us what he ought to be...
But his offspring tell us what he is!"
-Elsie Darrah,


In Loving Memory of Laurel Lee Whiting, 1951-2000

Laurel and her husband, Jim, introduced us to gaited horses. We bought our first mare from them. Laurel and Delene later partnered to purchase and promote Blue Gold. We are forever grateful to them- and also remember Laurel's vision for the blue-eyed cremello stallion.

Blue Gold at the Colorado State Fair
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Laurel atop of one of Blue's relatives (they both share the common ancestors of Hill's Perfection and Trigger, Jr).

Sun's Dakota Parader...Parader
Full Acticle: Page 1, Page 2, Page 3

Laurel lost her battle with breast cancer in 2000. Born in Illinois, she came to Colorado and attended the University of Colorado at Boulder. She will be forever remembered by us.

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Photo Laurel took in the backcountry surrounding the San Luis Valley.
The bay horse is our foundation mare "Fashion" before she became our 1st TWH.


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