With the purchase of Nacho, we had embarked on seriously breeding mini horses. Bought in late summer, we brought him home in September of 1996. We had 8 great years with our new herd but in 2004, it became necessary to sell the entire herd. Nine years later, in the spring of 2013, I located Nacho in New York. After many discussions with the new owner, she decided to sell him to me and he came home in August of 2013. I couldn't believe that I was actually getting my buddy back.
On the left....NACHO WHEN HE WON THE MULTICOLOR STALLION CLASS AT THE '96 AMHR NATIONALS IN COLUMBIA MISSOURI. On the right....Nacho and Tucker at Arch View Stables Show, spring of '97. The ribbons weren't his.
NACHO AND MILT ON THE LEFT AND RED CLOUD AND LISA ON THE RIGHT
NACHO ABOVE AND SIRE LTD'S MAGIC MAN HELD BY ONE OF OUR HIGH SCHOOL FRIENDS, CHERYL THOMPSON WHO CAME ALONG TO HELP. I BELIEVE THIS WAS AT ONE OF THE BERTRAND SHOWS.
THIS IS NACHO AT ONE AND ONE-HALF YEARS OLD AT THE '97 AMHR NATIONALS.
TUCKERS NACHOS GRANDE DAM IS Sunsets Mini GYPSY
PETIT FOURS ROSEBUD AND HER FIRST NACHO FOAL, A COLT MUST RESEARCH THE NAME
Not sure of name of this foal.
Tuckers Gazpacho above. Dam was Kobecks Bontina.
Colt above by Nacho and Midnight Princess who we bought from Foys Rolling Hills Farm in Illinois. I named this colt Tuckers Fandango Fade but I believe the new owner had his name changed.
This is Fandango as a yearling at a show.
This little frame filly Tuckers Gordita was born out of a solid black 29" mare named Shapes Tulip.
The three pictures above are of a frame filly out of Miss Winona who was one of Shredder's daughters we raised.
FILLY OUT OF A SOLID SORREL MARE. THIS FILLY'S NAME IS SALSALITO. SHE NOW LIVES IN MISSISSIPPI. TUCKER'S COUSIN ABBEA AND HER DAD, UNCLE DAVE FELL IN LOVE WITH THIS LITTLE GIRL.