Guthrie Tarnation was bred by James Taylor of Brackenhill Farms.  Her sire is the fabulous Guthrie’s Tumbler, one of the finest chestnut roan stallions in the world.  Her dam is Guthrie’s Tyler, an exceptionally find example of a traditional cob.  Tarnation has a sweet and playful disposition, yet is a willing well-balanced mount that could easily succeed at many disciplines.   She has abundant, yet silky, feather, mane and tail, very correct conformation, beauty head and ears and soft, loving brown eyes.  She has beautiful, eye-catching movement, which she has displayed in the show ring for the past year.  She has had one foal sired by Love Biscuit, a buckskin tobiano with blue eyes.

Cadbury is the athletic mare of Bar None Gypsies.  She is a lovely dark bay with the neck, butt and hair of a stallion.  Cadbury is primarily trained in the discipline of dressage, however, she has demonstrated her eclectic abilities in the show ring.  Cadbury had had two foals by Indigo’s Royal Knight:  Indigo’s Royal Twilight, a beautiful bay stallion;  Indigos Royal Trinity, a lovely dark bay filly and one foal by Love Biscuit,  Kain, an athletic, high-stepping buckskin tobiano colt.  She is bred to an exceptional and proper Palomino gypsy stallion for a May 2015 foal.

Indigo’s Royal Grace is a compact, but proper little mare.  She is 13.3H, but is beautifully build and retains her gorgeous, shiny black coat even through the summer.  She carries the LP gene, which she inherited from her sire, Indigo’s Royal Knight.  Her dam is Black Beauty and her grandsire is The Rocking Horse.  Gracie is bred to a black silver dapple stallion for an April 2015 foal.

Indigo’s Royal Abbeghail is our youngest, yet largest, horse on the farm.  At just 2 years old she is 15.3 H.  Her dam is the lovely Guthrie’s Tyler and her sire is the one and only Indigo’s Royal Knight.  Abbie, as she is known around the barn, also carries the LP gene.  This girl has the most willing disposition we have ever encountered.  She moves with profound grace and agility as she floats across the landscape.  She is loaded with silky feather tail and mane.  Abbie has already demonstrated her ability in the show ring at the Buckeye Baroque (Ohio), the Feathered Horse Classics, as well as several local shows.

Ruthie Finn is our farm “princess”, or at least she thinks she is.  She is a lovely gray appaloosa with a blanket of white and black spots.  She can boast of her ancestry grandsires, Dunbrody and Indigo’s Royal Knight.  She is tiny at only 13H, but has lovely conformation, a tiny head and ears creating lovely proportion for her size.  She would make an adorable cart horse, certainly standing out in the crowd.