Strong. Intelligent. Colorful. Athletic.

The Gypsy Vanner horses were typically bred by gypsy travelers to pull their carts and caravans. They can come in a variety of colors but are most recognized by their long flowing manes, tails and the feathering on their legs and ankles. Gypsy Vanners are known to be very intelligent with unsurpassed stamina. While these horses are not common in the United States, they are quickly gaining popularity among horse enthusiasts today! Check out our Gypsy Vanners below! We're sure you'll fall in love just as we did!


 WHR Prime Patchwork #GV05085P

DOB: 7/27/2012   Piebald mare

By - Sahlem’s Country Prime Time GV02859P

Out of – Lexlin’s Amberlea

barn name - "Frozen"


B-Bar-B Hawkeye  #GV05086P

DOB: 4/25/2015 Piebald Gelding

By – The Diplomat GV01826P

Out of – The Pirate’s Peach

barn name - "Hawkeye"

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WHR Rock On Ice #GV05084

DOB: 8/1/2012 Bay Tobiano Mare

By – Rockafella GV01691F

Out of – Snowdrop Of Lezlin GV03032P

barn name - "Patches"

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 B-Bar-B Sparrow #GV05153T

DOB:  6/4/2015Piebald Gelding

By – Lexx

Out of – Monaincha

barn name - "Sparrow"


B-Bar-B Congress Hill Pizazz

DOB: 5/5/2012Piebald Mare

By – M-N-M’s Princely Inheritance GV00436F

Out of – Cillbarra Nuala GV01169F

barn name - "Pizzaz"