Our Mares

Our Mares 2017-06-29T20:13:37+00:00


Lenka was imported in 2008 by Gypsy MVP. They said, “Lenka is such a superb “model “of the “highest” conformation standards for what MVP feels that Gypsy Horses should be.” I couldn’t agree more. This classy lady is still the best of the best. She is a superb athletic mover and often trots through the field with a foal at her side. She is a proud mare, great mother and is trained to ride and drive. Her tail is close to 10-11 inches in width at the base. She has a wonderful personality and literally runs to see you in the field. She is heavily feathered and is everything an exemplary gypsy horse should be.


Aisling was imported by Jan Anderson in 2002. She is a heavily feathered, traditional cob and was bred at the Graham Campbell Farm in England.  She was in foal when she entered the country and produced an outstanding stallion named Maximus in 2003.  John and Jane Trigas provided her a wonderful home until January of 2015 when she arrived at our farm. She has quickly won our hearts.   Her kind, gentle spirit mixed with her outstanding conformation and feather makes her a superior example of quality in the breed.  She is registered with Gypsy Vanner Horse Society and carries the Roadsweeper and Highlander bloodlines.   Although, I have never met or spoken with Jan Anderson, I have heard from colleagues that she knew how to select quality horses. In this case, she certainly hit the mark on allowing this quality cob to find her way to our farm. Thank you, Jan.


BH Diva formerly known as Cairnview’s Niamh was originally imported into the United States by Mike Nenni of  Bit N Heaven Stables in 2007 from Cairnview Stud in Ireland.  Diva is quite the girl with her heavy feather, long mane and tail and loving personality. She stands 14.2 and has a superb hip and shoulder.  Diva has produced several foals by quality Gypsy stallions that are registered with The Gypsy Horse Association.  She and Gracie were our first mares and she has a special place in our hearts. Diva’s compassionate attitude makes her easy to love but she rightfully earned her title “Diva” as she finds herself pawing the stall if she doesn’t get her grain first. Diva is a tri-colored bay heterozygous tobiano mare and it’s always a surprise what color foal she might throw next. Her 2014 foal, Tess, is a silver dapple tobiano and has been purchased by Carol Napier in Oklahoma. Tess can be seen on our website under the Horse Sale tab.


Foaled 2005

Agouti – aa  Black – EE  Tobiano – TO/to  Sabino – nn

Glenncree was imported by Desert Jewel in 2008. She comes to us direct from Ireland via Clononeen Farms.  By the ever loved stallion Showstopper, Glencree is making her sire proud.  With her thick, long double mane, perfect short back, apple rump, gorgeous neck, well defined pint pot head, and beautiful markings, Glencree gets noticed by all who come to our farm.  And she has the unique paint dipped nose to top it off!  Glencree has such floaty movement!  She appears to just glide thru the air!  Glencree has been tested and confirmed HOMOZYGOUS for Black!  Bonus!! Her personality and charm compliment her outstanding conformation. http://www.djwwgypsyhorses.com/Glencree.html


Gracie was originally imported into the United States by Mike Nenni of Bit N Heaven Stables in 2007 from Ireland. Gracie is a heterozygous blue roan with three dark stockings and one white. Her color tests reveal that she can produce blue roan offspring fifty percent of the time. She stands a stout 13.2 and besides her blue coat she has exceptional feather, a mane that goes literally to her knees, and apple rump and a nice short back. Gracie is a joy to be around and besides the fact she loves to be the boss of the other horses she is an easy keeper and we can’t wait to see her upcoming foal.