Fiddlestix Pony Farm

Fiddlestix Vintage Chrome 

ASPC#167203


Black Pinto    

DOB: 3/27/2016   Measured 42” April 24, 2018

Sire: Moose Meadow Te-Bone (Deceased)      

Dam: Fiddlestix Silver Silhouette (HOF)

Sold to Chase, Melinda & Myles Nolen of Texas

Fiddlestix Positively Platinum 

ASPC#168346

Silver Dapple Pinto    

DOB: 5/6/17    Measured 39” March 17, 2018

Sire: Moose Meadow Te-Bone (Deceased)     

Dam: Fiddlestix Silver Silhouette (HOF)

 

Derby is a yearling Classic filly with her mother’s sweet personality and beautiful silver dapple color. She has learned the routine at the farm quickly and is very smart. We feel like she’s best suited for the performance division, particularly carriage driving. Derby has a natural ability to cover ground when working in the round pen and flexes easily at the poll.  Show her now and breed her later.  Don’t let the last filly out of Te-Bone get away!  She should mature in the Over division. 

Sold

Fiddlestix Mini Cooper

ASPC#163092

Seal Brown Pinto    

DOB: 5/20/2012    Measured 41.5” April 24, 2018

Sire: Pan’s Silver Image (Superior Sire/POY/HOF)     

Dam: Michigan’s Rock ET (Quadruple Superior Dam)

 

Cooper is a 2 time Congress Reserve GRAND Champion Foundation Gelding. He earned his halter Hall of Fame and still has that show me attitude, yet easy enough for a youth to handle.  Super easy to keep fit and has a nice short coat during show season. Cooper will excel in anything you ask of him, his full sister is a 2 time Performance Pony of the Year, and Cooper is just as capable of doing the same. He’s ready to be trained to drive and take you to the winner’s circle time and time again!  

$1800

All of our ponies stand for the farrier to trim their feet, are up to date on all shots/worming, easy to bathe and fun to have around. We take pride in training our ponies from day 1, so they are more than just a pony in the pasture, they’re family. We only train for halter, therefore nothing we bred has been trained to drive, please seek a professional driving trainer if assistance is needed.  We want the right fit for both the pony and the new owner; therefore we reserve the right to refuse a sale if we don’t feel it’s in the best interest of both parties