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Magic Mist Champagne Cara Mia
Born May 29, 2011
AMHA/AMHR pending

Out of CCMF Champagne Delight, a classic champagne appaloosa, and by Erica's Streakin For Bucks. This tiny filly is a doll, and what a character she is. Born black with bright blue eyes, she's beginning to change color subtly in both coat and eye color, as champagnes do. She looks to be a classic champagne like her dam, and should end up the same shade of gold as her dam is when she's mature. What a thrill to get a champagne filly, and such a small, fine boned one at that!
Cara Mia

Cara Mia
Cara Mia

Cara Mia


Erica's Streakn' For Bucks
AMHA/AMHR   Born 2006

Out of MCC Feathers Silver Streak (Reserve National Champion Halter and daughter of Yellow Diamond Little Feather) and by Little Kings Big City Bucks (a direct son of THE Little Kings Buckeroo) this little stallion is spectacular. "Streaker" is a buckskin appaloosa and he is very refined and has a gorgeous trot, along with a wonderful dispostion. He was shown in just four shows in 2007 and accumulated 44 halter points, 3 overall grands, and 9 junior grands, in tough competition. At the 2007 AMHR Nationals he placed Top Five in halter. Streaker has started driving training and will be in the show ring in 2011. We're also expecting his very first foal crop. See Streaker's Page for more pics.


CCMF Champagne Delight
DOB January 19, 2006

Champagne Delight
We are thrilled to have added this "classic champagne" appaloosa filly to our herd. Thanks so much to Critter Creek Farm in Florida!! Sired by Mountain High's White Cloud, she is a half sister to one of our stallions, CCMF Spotted Illusion, whom we just adore. "Delight" is our first champagne, but will surely not be our last!  See Delight's page for more pics.

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