|Sol speaks for himself. He's the
epitome of my breeding program.
He's a Danney Joe grandson,
moves like a cow horse, has a
strong mind, good bone and is a
complete clown. I've bred his
sire many times to come up with
the perfect one, and I'm sure I'm
prejudice, but this is as close as I
|Yes, he's a classic champagne, but
that's not what we bred for. We bred
my favorite stallion to a gorgeous
black mare and this is what happened.
I would have him if he were sorrel.
Sol is in training and not offered at stud
at this time. I'm a firm believer in
getting one well trained and under
saddle before breeding him. Some
people like to breed them before
|they're trained to see what they
will produce. I like to see them
under saddle to find out how well
they accept training and how their
gait is before deciding whether to
keep them as a stud or not. There
is plenty of time for breeding after
they are finished.
|Sol will complete most of his training this year and be offered at public
stud next year (2016).