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Reply AmandaBeeve
12:33 AM on January 14, 2017 
Hello, you used to write magnificent, but the last several posts have been kinda boring? I miss your great writings. Past few posts are just a little bit out of track! come on!
Reply Cindy
12:31 AM on August 9, 2015 
Oh my gosh Barbara! Somehow, I just now saw your message! So sorry....
Glad Travis is well. I hope that news is still the same! Bailey's son, Desert Star, (the one you met who looks like his uncle Travis...) is now living in AZ with a great lady who loves him. He has turned out so well. Bailey's son has his first baby who was born in TX this spring. I really need to do updates on here!! I'm just not good at sitting down long enough to do it!
I hope you are well, and your daughter!
Cindy
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Reply Cindy
12:25 AM on August 9, 2015 
Thank you Rebekah! I'm very attached to Bailey and his little family here. His son, grand daughter and two mares :) Great to hear news about Sugar Pixie. Sorry to hear about Thunder.
Cindy
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Reply Rebekah
11:09 PM on August 8, 2015 
Hi!
I have owned two of Baileys babies.
Cherokee Thunder, a chestnut and white pinto colt I bought from Arkansas (unfortunately he passed away).
And Rolling Bay Sugar Pixie, a palomino pinto mare whom I still own.
I love Baileys babies, both have been so wonderful!
You have a gem of a stallion :)
Blessings,
Rebekah
Reply Barbara
11:02 AM on April 20, 2015 
Travis, Bailey's brother, says 'Hello'
We are happy to see your beautiful horses
Stay in touch.
Reply Cindy
6:48 PM on January 13, 2013 
There are some ponies available in Wisconsin...That's where my Breezie and Gracie are from.
If anyone wants more info, send me an email:)

Lynn, thank you for the kind words! Just added an Akhal Teke to my herd of unique horses:)

Cindy
Reply Denise Griffor
5:55 PM on January 13, 2013 
I've wanted a Chincoteague Pony from the time I first read the book, Misty of Chincoteague as a very young child. One of the first books I ever took home from our local library. Now, at 52 years of age I still have hope but it decreases year after year. I've tried to get to the pony penning for at least 10 years and can never get accomodations. We live in Michigan and I've yet to see anyone locally that has one and NEVER find them for sale in our area! I appreciate your websight. Your ponies and Gypsy Horses are awesome!
Reply Barbara
12:39 PM on April 10, 2012 
Love to see your photos of the beautiful horses.
just want to stay in touch.
Travis is well
Reply Lynn B.
1:54 AM on April 11, 2011 
Cindy what a amazing ranch you have there and all your horses are beautiful. I was especially intrigued by your heard of Chincoteague horses they are so friendly and curious! thank you for the time you took to let us meet every one!

Lynn, Ron and Brooke
Reply Brian H Hinesley
2:47 AM on February 25, 2011 
your horses are completely the most beautiful horses ive ever seen, the kind you see in westerns