Saturday, March 13, 2010
Loki (Lokitolt fra Fitjamyri) is a pure bred five gaited Icelandic Stallion, standing at stud in southern New Jersey.
Loki was shown only once, at the 2003 Icelandic Breeding Stock Evaluations, when he won the top prize. the Eldjarn Cup, shown above.
Loki regularly carries his 210 lb. rider in the Wharton Forest, and is known for his reliability and friendly positive attitude.
Stud fees are by private treaty. Contact Dr. Hellman at MDFCTS@alum.MIT.edu.
Brisa Ufano is old blood pure Peruvian. His sire, Uxmal, commanded $5,000 stud fees 25 years ago, and Brisa Ufano passes on his fine genes.
Brisa Ufano has never been shown, but is a veteran of American Endurance Ride Conference heavy weight division rides. Today, at 23 years old, Brisa Ufano has never been lame and still carries his heavy weight rider on trail rides, where he is stabled in southern New Jersey.
Stud fee by private treaty. Contact Dr. Hellman at mdfcts@alum.MIT.edu.