Our Stallion Ransome

Our stallion; Ransome

Our stallion; Ransome

Grandson of The Lion King – A King’s Ransome, piebald stallion

In 2010 I saw a photo of a Gypsy Vanner online, residing on an incredible California Horse farm. This stallion is so beautiful that he absolutely takes my breath away. He captivated me and began my dream of acquiring a Gypsy Vanner/Cob. I call it a dream – my husband calls it an obsession. Either way, I began to research these gorgeous creatures. The more I read about their dispositions the greater the “Dream/Obsession” became.

A couple of years later I was speaking to a lady about buying some hay and I mentioned Gypsy Vanners in our conversation. She told me of one for sale within 30 miles of my home. Of course within a couple of days we went to visit. This young stallion was so amazing that within a week our first Gypsy Vanner colt – A King’s Ransome -(Handsome Ransome), came to live on our farm of Tennessee Walkers. Of course as everyone knows  you cannot have just one – so now we have Lindy Ella and Lylly Marie to keep Ransome company. We expect to have their offspring for sale next year.

Sire: Lazy River Caesar

Sire: Lazy River Caesar

A King’s Ransome is a thick and stocky piebald stallion that will mature around 15 H. Ransome is very intelligent, easy to train and playful.

DNA verified, his dam is Delilah and his sire is Lazy River Caesar (Lars), a son of The Lion King, who were imported by Black Forrest Gypsies. A King’s Ransome foaled April 22, 2009. He came to 4 Mile Creek in spring of 2012.

A King’s Ransome is registered with the following registries:

Grand-sire; The Lion King

Grand-sire; The Lion King

Registration # A00001183 – Gypsy Horse Registry of America, Inc
Registration # GV02506 – Gypsy Vanner Horse Society

 

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Our stallion Ransome this spring (2014), maturing and filling out nicely

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