Ziggy - 2004 Gypsy Cob StallionNext Ad »
3 (1 - calm; 10 - spirited)
Irish Draught Stallion at Stud in Paonia, CO
Ziggy a. k. a. Luck Of The Irish (GCSA reg. pending) is a gorgeous son of the awesome stallion Legend Boy (by The Old Black Horse, by The Coal Horse) . He is "bred in the blue" with his dam being a granddaughter of the original Roadsweeper and out of a good Vines mare known as The Ace Mare. Ziggy's outstanding breeding shows in awesome conformation, wonderful movement, docile temperment, thick mane and tail, and silky feather. Ziggy's 2007 stud fee for is $850 for Gypsy mares, $750 for all other feathered mares, and $600 for non - feathered mares. Only 10 outside mares will be accepted in 2007, so book early to ensure a spot. Please visit my website for more information and pictures. www. edoras - stables. com
About Paonia, CO
The area was first explored in 1853 by Captain John W. Gunnison of the United States Army. Gunnison was on an expedition for the Corps of Topographical Engineers to locate a suitable pass through the Rocky Mountains. The North Fork Valley was inhabited by the Ute people until 1880, when the Ute Indian Reservation was closed by the federal government following the infamous Meeker Massacre. Following the closure of the reservation, the site was settled in 1880 by Samuel Wade and William Clark, who had accompanied Enos Hotchkiss to the area.