Incredible Miniature Horses
Hopkins PC Priscilla a.k.a. Prissie
D.O.B.: 04/12/2019; Color & markings: Black pinto; AMHR/ASPC/NMPRS
Free of the 4 known dwarf genes, N/N.
Sire : Ravenwood/Caldwells Poker Chip, Grey pinto, 33.25"
1x AMHA World Grand Champion Classic Pleasure Driving
1x AMHA World Reserve Grand Champion Classic Pleasure Driving
1x AMHA World Champion Classic Pleasure Driving Stallion
1x AMHA World Champion Gentlemens Classic Pleasure Driving
1x AMHA World Champion Futurity 4-year old Classic Pl. Driving
1x AMHA World Res. Champ. Gentlemens Classic Pl. Driving
1x AMHA World Res. Champion Classic Pleasure Driving Stallion
1x AMHA World Res. Champion Ladies Classic Pleasure Driving
Dam: Caldwells Walkin With Michelle, Black, 36"
This big moving pinto youngster should make an awesome future show mare and future driving star. She's dainty and refined with the prettiest head you'll find on a Shetland (ASPC).
Her Sire is the Triple registered (AMHA/AMHR/ASPC) AMHA World Grand Champion Classic Driving Champion Ravenwood Poker Chip. Registered at the AMHR & ASPC as Caldwells Poker Chip.
Her Dam is Caldwells Walkin With Michelle, a daughter of the Epic 'Mike' Wauk-a-way Catch The Wind. Michelle is a maternal granddaughter of the Arenosa bred stallion, Graham's Little Tramp (HOF). Her pretty face and doe eyes show that she carries Arenosa on her dam's side.
Prissie is line bred on Wauk-a-way Catch The Wind as both her Sire and her Dam are sibblings of the Epic 'Mike' Wauk-a-way Catch The Wind.
As soon as I saw Prissie moving, with her long legs, short back, and finding out where to put those long legs, I was blown away. She was just that what I was looking for in my new driving prospect.
Than when checking up her pedigree I knew, she's the one. So, I contacted the breeder, Hopkins Heavensent Miniatures from Debra & Brad Hopkins in the USA. As we already know eachother as our grey pinto AMHA Grand Champion Classic Pleasure Driving mare Hopkins An Image 2 Buzz About was also bought there, it was soon a fact. Prissie would fly over to be added to our small herd.
She will be my AMHR/ASPC driving mare. We think she will be Country Pleasure gated, but we need to see her grow up first.