Madison, 33" Very Dark Brown w/NLP
Grand Sire: Garrett's
Cozy Acres Silver Fox, 32¾" Gray/White Spotted
Grand Dam: Sky Point Cindi, 34"
Cloud is our tiny little
"Indian Pony" jack. It is hard to tell what color he will
be when mature but he may shed to be a light brown/white spotted or
an unusual shade of gray. He was born during the Nationals so we did
not measure him until he was four days old with all the excitement going
on! He has a tiny head, perfect bite, and very correct legs plus he
already is a 'people' donkey and never meets a stranger! Notice the 'heart'
shape on his hip! Cloud was named by his new owners!!
Tom Walsh & Chi-Sing Chang
Kick Ass Corral
in South Carolina!
photos to enlarge - 2 days old)
Birth Height 22"
Foal Coat: Dark Brown Jack
Mojo is a rich brown 'hersheys
chocolate' color...perfect bite..straight legs...very friendly disposition. He was
born tiny and he is going to stay small. Mojo is show quality material.
if you want to see more photos of MoJo!
Chaps, My Ass
(Click photos to enlarge)
Very Dark Brown Jack
Birth Height: 23"
PGF Peppercorn Jack, 30½"
Grand Sire: My
World Buster, 30¼" Sorrel
Grand Dam: Pine
Grove Farm's Rhubarb, 31½" Gray-Dun Dam:
My World Holly, 34 5/8" Very Dark Brown Grand
Sire: LCR Valintino 75 (a.k.a. Red Baron), 34" Dark Sorrel
Grand Dam: MW Heidi, 31" Very Dark Brown w/nlp
Chaps is out of My World Holly, a jennet who was in foal to Rearview's Rear Rock (a sorrel jack owned by My World Farm in Plymouth, Ohio) that one of my very best friends, Mary Hubbard, and I bought together...Mary got the mom and I got the baby..of course, I was hoping for a sorrel jennet. Not only did I NOT get my jennet but it wasn't a sorrel either!
felt really sorry for me so she let me
keep Holly for one more year to try again
for a jennet foal. We both just love
World" bloodlines and since
our other good friend (Loretta) will
hardly part with her sorrel jennets I
was really praying for a jennet this
second time. Well, yes, wouldn't you
know out pops another jack foal. I was
talking to my great friend, Julia, and
I told her that Holly had her baby and
it was another dang jack. Julia said,
"Doesn't that just chap your a_ _!!"
I said, "Yes, and that is what I am going
to name him!!" So I am giving up on ever
owning a 'My World' jennet for the time
being! Chaps is being offered for sale
as a pet quality gelding only due to
the fact that his front legs are not
perfectly straight. His legs are sound
and they will not effect him in anyway
as a pet or driving donkey. I love geldings
but I also like to show and the geldings
have gotten so competitive in the show
ring now that they need to have outstanding
conformation to stand up to the present
competition. This is a wonderful sign
of how miniature donkeys are progressing!
Chaps can have a wonderful life as a
beloved family pet and can be your chance
to own a donkey at a bargain price to
see if this is the pet for you and your
Click here if you want to see more photos of Chaps!