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Peaches & Cream is Fuzzy Peaches’s foal from 2006, out of Tuffy.

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8 Responses to Peaches & Cream

  1. jacquelin bissell says:

    I am looking to purchase a foal from Peaches N Cream when you have one available could you e mail me.

  2. Birgit Basler says:

    I purchased a filly in from you farm in September of 2007, she was delivered to my farm by Carlton, she was to be a companion to my bay horse which I have had since 1996,. I am very happy with her, and she is a pretty good riding pony {as long as she likes you, otherwise you will be tossed }, I love her personality which is very kind and friendly, I have been thinking of breeding her. Can you give me some advice as to what kind of stallion i might look for. I do have a vague idea of her heritage, which I was told to be Arab as well as Chincoteague pony. Please call me, at 410-429-4235 or e mail to advise.: {} I would very much like a phone call as my internet is not very reliable and I do have more Questions{} thank you ever so much for your return correspondence. also I do not have paperwork on her , I think she was born in March of 2007. I believe her mother may have been Peaches & cream, however I am not sure, could you please look into this for me, I was informed also that the sire was a rather large paint {bay and white}. I would love to know more about them.
    Thank you ,
    Birgit S. Basler

  3. Birgit Basler says:

    I would love to hear from you soon, and hopefully we will be able to visit the island next year.
    Thank you Birgit Basler

  4. Theresa Hopkins says:

    We are interested in purchasing a foal either from PnC or from Sassie. I am in no hurry, he or she will be a therapy horse for my autistic child but as he is only 3 years old riding with his therapy instructor is fine for now and or course the pony would have to be trained so I’ll have more work to do. Could you let me know when you would have some available and give me an estimation on what you normally charge so that we can get a price range set up for initial costs. Thanks so much!

    • admin says:

      Sure thing! The ponies typically run between $1000 and $3500 depending on markings. We are expecting a new batch of foals this spring, but as we have a new stallion, there’s no telling what they’ll look like. We’ll have to see– but I’ll let you know.

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