Breeding/Offspring: Kitty has had
two foals. She catches on the first cycle, foals easily and produces a lot of milk. She
tends to produce foals larger/taller than herself even when bred to smaller stallions. Kitty loves being
a mother and tries to steal foals from other mares if she does not have one of her own at her side. 2002 – In April of 2002 she
foaled a chestnut colt with star and snip by an accomplished reining QH stallion. Kitty was already in
foal to this stallion when we purchased her; we would never breed a two year old. “Chili” was
a very sweet colt with a short back and just the right amount of muscling. He sold to a family of horse
enthusiasts at 7 months of age. They have kept us updated and apparently he is quite a natural jumper.
He jumps in and out of his pasture with 4 ½’ fencing just for the fun of it.
2006 – Kitty foaled out a very handsome palomino true leopard colt (Two Steppin’ Outlaw) by Outlaw’s Bold Revenge. “Cooper” is nicely colored, muscular and as quiet as his
dam. He is not roaning, his spots have remained true from season to season. He was born
big and the string test indicates that he will mature at 15.1-15.2hh. Cooper was gelded in 2006.
He is for sale and would make an excellent family or 4-H horse. See his page for more information.
2012 - Kitty produced a talll and leggy brown/black bay leopard filly by the Foundation bred Appaloosa stallion,
Ti Kha Atta Rain. She was foaled 04/08/2013. Photos can be seen on the 2013 Foals page.
|Two Steppin Outlaw, 2006 palomino leopard colt
|Sire: Outlaws Bold Revenge Dam: Pocos Cat Dancer
Registration: Appaloosa Horse Club
(ApHC). "Kitty" has the very well known bloodlines of Top Successor and Dynamic Successor as well as Hayes Roman Cloud.
Description: Kitty is not a
sport horse but is wonderful all the same. She
is a kind, loving girl and a favorite of everyone that meets her. Her full-time job at Altamont Sport Horses is
weanling babysitter and adoptive mother in waiting. Over the years Kitty's
training was repeatedly delayed due to no fault of her own but she has recently been put to work.
She is long-lining and riding in the bitless bridle designed by Dr. Robert Cook. She has three rides under her belt and is the
top training priority for Spring 2008. We expect her to be a excellent trail and pleasure horse.
is a once in a lifetime best friend. The kind of horse you want for your children
and non-horsey friends to handle and ride. She is completely trust worthy and
very intelligent. Never mean or pushy.
Born "broke" type personality, confident, never spooks or does anything dangerous.
She is a stout girl with good muscling, and a great build for trail riding. Kitty
will probably never leave our family...she is just that special.
|Pocos Cat Dancer
|Chili, 2002 chestnut colt out of Pocos Cat Dancer