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Dr. Gary J. Kubala, V.M.D.
Dr. Phillip R. Hunt, M.S., V.M.D.
13, 2003 – August 21, 2016
gained a VERY special horse today.
Where to start ??? How often does a horse like this come in to someones’s
life ? Not just one someone, but many people were blessed to have had Dude
be part of their lives. This gentle giant will be remembered by many.
When Mom sent me down to Texas to meet Cowboy and complete the purchase….. I
saw a huge, awesome weanling colt. I knew immediately he had to come up to
PA with Cowboy. I asked to see him move and as I stood in the aisle of the
barn I called Lea Ann to tell her I found her next all-arounder. I remember
telling her there was only one thing…. his head was not Bucky’s, but he
would grow into it. Lea Ann wasn’t quite ready to give up showing her
buckskin yet, so Mom bought Dude for me to show halter and I prepared him to
be Lea Ann’s next show gelding.
had a great time showing him halter. He was such an easy horse to haul and
began his show career with LeaAnn (and Kayla) as a 3 yo and the rest is
Multiple PHBA World and Reserve World Champion.
Four Time PHBA Top Horse In The Nation. Open .Amateur and Youth.
7500+ AQHA and PHBA points.
NSBA money earner and futurity winner.
Dude earned his sire 2 big trophies from AQHA for the PHBA High Point Sire
of Point Earners in addition to the numerous saddles, buckles, trophies and
came back to me April of 2015. I debated showing him myself again, but just
didn’t really have the time. So, I leased him to Kim Bailey for her and her
daughters, Devyn and Maddy to love and show. They attended a few AQHA shows
and both girls qualified for and showed at States last year. They had big
dreams for him this show season, but that wasn’t meant to be.
Thanks for the ride Dude….it was GREAT !!!
March 17, 1999 - November 11, 2014
He was a
good boy and will be deeply missed.
March 17, 1996 - September 7, 2010
Bay Tovero Mare
by Bar Dude - APHA Champion
out of Eyes Of Texas - Halter Point Earner
Earner of 318 APHA and PtHA Halter Points
.....and she looked deep into my eyes,
and she said YOU have always been the center of my universe, I have loved
I pressed my head into her neck and assured her that I was here as I had
always been here.
and she looked deep into my heart,
and she asked me "How much do you love me?"
... and I stroked her face, soothingly & she closed her eyes and I replied
"With all my heart"
and then, she looked deep into my soul,
and she asked me...
"Do you love me enough to let me go?"
And I held her close and replied softly................. YES.
Heavens glorious pastures now have the most beautiful mare I have ever laid
"Blue"...You are free from your pain. My heart is broken. Yet, my mind's eye
sees you running and bucking and leaping, and as much as I will miss you, I
know you are in a better place. I sure hope I get to be with you again
had no experience with horses at all until I purchased the farm in 1997.
Mom, Ed, my brother and his fiance and her brother all helped get ready for
the horses by building fence, etc... Ed was a natural when it came to
handling the horses because was very laid back and quiet with them. He was
great in teaching the foals to lead. He built a cabin in the woods here, and
loved to hunt and just spend time out in "his" woods.
we purchased Cowboy in 2003, it was a "family" thing. I handled the
stallion, Ed collected him and Mom prepared everything prior to collecting
and for shipment. Ed loved to groom Cowboy and lead him in and out for
exercise. He just adored that horse !! I was hoping he would show a foal out
of our first foal crop in the futurities, but that plan was changed. Ed was
diagnosed with lung cancer last fall and it progressed rapidly.
Ed passed away on July 23, 2005. We will all miss Ed and the special way in
which he helped add to the success of Color Your Dream Farm.
April 24, 2013 - Oct. 13, 2013
AQHA/APHA Cremello colt
Sire: Zips Super Cowboy
Crossed Rose, by Mr Yella
here to view video.
Even though Colt was only with us a short time he
was a very special colt. He was a perfect little man and I had such
high hopes for him.
2006 – July 22, 2014
AMHA/AMHR Buckskin Filly
Sire: Lucky Four Gallents Rebel Buck
Dam: Little Kings Russian Rhapsody, by Little Kings White Russian
will miss your dearly as you were such a kind and sweet little mare and gave
us the most beautiful foals.
Double Diamond Magnificent Miracle
2006 AMHA / AMHR Black Mare
*DNA Tests confirm that Emma is EE, homozygous for the black gene*
Sire: Scott Creek Monarch Magnificent
Dam: Meadowviews Black Lady
Her sire is sired by Sierra Dawn Unos Monarch who
was an AMHA National Yearling Futurity Champion and AMHA National Champion
He came back as an adult and was an AMHA National
Champion Senior Stallion.
Her dam is sired by a son of the famous L&D Scout
- Fallen Ash Scouts Thief Of Hearts.
Emma was the sweetest
little mare. We are heartbroken to lose her at such a young age
Sire: Obsesed To Impress
APHA Superior Halter Mare
with 142 points
She foaled a Palomino Filly
Foaled a sorrel overo filly by Zips Super Cowboy
April 22, 2009!!
Josie was laid to rest
April 7, 2010. She had battled recurrent uveitis for over an year and was
now blind....she turned for the worse and we made the decision to let her go
to heaven where she could see her buddies again and be pain free. She left
me with one whopping palomino halter filly to carry on her legacy. Josie in
her younger years was a fantastic halter show mare - as a broodmare she was
kind and sweet and a great mother. We miss you and love you Josie and will
never forget you.
3/20/08-4/5/08 Sorrel Filly
Sire: Zips Super Cowboy
Anissas Cool Image, by Image
We lost Ami
on April 5th. She will be missed greatly even though she was only with us
for a short while.
She was a gorgeous and sweet filly.
May 1, 2007 - Oct. 31, 2007
Out of Wendwood Wisper
Owned by Anna Bert in Chambersburg, PA
We extend our deepest
sympathies to the Bert family on the loss of their gorgeous filly ‘Chance’
on October 31, 2007. The Berts spent many hours working with this sweet
young filly acclimating her to the many things she’d encounter on the trails
of the Gettysburg National Battlefield so that Chance could accompany them
as they participated in “Ride The Trail To A Cure” on September 29th. This
benefit ride raised over $21,600 for two organizations - Breast Cancer
Awareness/Cumberland Valley and the Pennsylvania Breast Cancer Coalition.
Ann and her daughter Meagan raised nearly $2,000 with a handmade quilt. For
a donation, the names of breast cancer survivors, patients and victims were
embroidered on the quilt, and after the ride, the quilt was auctioned.
Chance quietly carried this very special quilt throughout the ride, creating
a unique legacy that will be always be remembered.
Zips Yella Fella
3/6/06 - 4/2/07
CJ we will miss you and we hope you find
comfort and friends in heaven . You were a beautiful, special colt that we
4/20/05 - 4/23/05
by Zips Super Cowboy out of
Miss Southern Grace
Our deepest sympathies and condolences go out to Bennie Lynn on the loss of
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Our goal here at Color Your Dream
Farm is to raise
"Halter Horses that Ride"
– farm greeter
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Quarter Horses & Paint Horses
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Gettysburg, PA 17325
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