Magic Mist Treasure of Bonsai

SOLD! Magic Mist Treasure of Bonsai
AMHA/AMHR February 16, 2004

Treasure was shown for the first time as a weanling at our club's Futurity show, and she won the Futurity just as her older paternal sister had done the year before.   Treasure also took a Grand Championship!    She has matured into a beautiful young mare. See Treasure's pedigree.
Magic Mist Treasure of Bonsai
Sisters in Sync
Treasure checking out Hayley
Treasure as a newborn
Treasure bugging Hayley

SOLD!! Rattlesnake Bayou Sparklin Smoke
AMHA/AMHR 1999 32 ½"

A granddaughter of Hemlock Brooks Egyptian King, Sparkles was 2001 AMHR National Top Ten All Stars Reserve Champion 2 Year Old Mares. She received multiple Grands in Halter and has also gone Supreme. Mainly retired now as a broodmare, we would like to still show her to get the few points she needs for her halter Hall of Fame, but at present she is busy raising her gorgeous Magic Mist Treasure of Bonsai filly, although she does still show on occasion. See Sparkles' page for more info and pics. Also see Treasure's pedigree.

SOLD!! Eldorados Bonsai Cast In Bronze
AMHA/AMHR 1999 30"
Eldorados Bonsai Cast In Bronze

Son of Little Kings Buckeroo Bonsai, National Grand Champion and National Reserve Grand Champion stallion. Bronze is a golden palomino with lots of attitude, yet easy to handle. At 2002 AMHR Nationals, Bronze placed third in his halter class, and fourth in the Futurity, with heavy competition. He has numerous Grands in Halter, and even Supremes. A frequent winner of Liberty classes, he has a very nice, tail flagging trot that he passes on to his foals, who are gorgeous, and doing great in the show ring. See Bronze's page for more pictures. Also see Treasure's pedigree.

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