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Pinto Arabian and Black Arabian, and Arabian Foals that will be bred for in 2013
 


We are a small farm
so we try to always keep the number of horses we own to a limited number.
We currently have several older horses that have been trained under saddle for sale
on our sale page that can be sold bred to any of our stallions for a 2 in 1 package.
We only breed 1 or 2 mares at most each year based on
consumer inquires, our survey, or custom contract breedings.
We make all breeding decision for our mares before March of each year!

We will also be posting client mares who are in foal to one of our stallions,
if the client thinks they might want to sell their foal in spring 2012.

Our mares have produced champions by different stallions.
Each mare and stallion has a detail page with links to photos and videos of the foals they have produced
so you can get a good look of what a potential foal will look like.

We don't flood the market with our horses
and we stand behind the foals from our breeding program
as well as those that have bred their mares to our stallions.
If there ever comes a time when an owner can no longer keep one of the horses from our breeding program,
we provide free marketing help to sell the horse on our website.

A Cross Timbers Arabian or Pinto is an investment in a quality horse.

Client Mares that bred their mare to one of our stallions that will be offering their foals for sale:

Leo Dakota Gb
The foal by this stallion will be guranteed tobiano pinto that can only be Black and White.

Layla
Black Arabian Mare
Client Mare owned by Debby Thurman-Becnel .

 

2012 Black and White Tobiano Pinto Arabian Foal For Sale



Potential Mare and Stallion breedings

Stallion
Mare

Offspring

 

Prissys Last Gal

Custom Breeding Options for Prissys Last Gal Foal:

  • $500 Down NonRefundable Deposit due at time of signing inutero contract and before breeding the mare and stallion. Additional $1000 NonRefundable deposit due at time mare checks in foal. This will reserve the foal for you for up to 1 month from the time of birth of the foal. Final Purchase Decision must be made within 1 month of birth of foal. $4000 balance due if a male, $6500 balance due if a female at the time of final purchase decision. .Buyer is responsible for any nonBoard related vet or equine services for the foal. Imprinting at birth and basic handling training is included in the cost as well as board until the foal is 4 months old. Buyer can choose the registration name for the foal for the Arabian Horse Association and Pinto Horse Association papers. .

  • $500 down non refundable at time of inutero contract signing and before breeding takes place. $500 non refundable down at time of pregnancy conformation. plus $350 a month for each month the mare is pregnant and $500 a month for care of mare and training of foal after birth until the foal is picked up Monthly fees includes standard vet and farrier care done by our ranch for the mare. Extra vet and other services are the responsibility of the buyer. Buyer can choose the registration name for the foal for the Arabian Horse Association and Pinto Horse Association papers. .

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The last 7 foals have all been girls.

Foal
Guaranteed Black and White

Will be a full sister/brother to
black and white pinto paint arabian filly
Black Chaytan CTA


Black Velvet CTA


Kachina Sky Bars CTA


Ima SkipABar Annie


 

CUSTOM TAYLORED CTA
99% Arabian Tri-Color Tobiano Pinto Arabian
63/64 AHA documented Arabian
Double Reg Arabian Horse Association and Pinto Horse Association
DNA tested CA and SCID CLEAR
Arabian Horse Assoc Breeders Sweepstakes Nominated Sire

or


LA Black Legacy
This purebred Arabian foal could be bay or chestnut.

or


Leo Dakota Gb
The foal by this stallion will be guranteed tobiano pinto that can only be Tri-Colored. The resutling foal has a 50% probablity of being homozygous for the black gene.. This foal will be 50% Arabian, 50% American Paint Horse and can be reg AHA and PtHA.



TC Annatasia
16H Bay Purebred Arabian Mare.
Dam of 2 World Champion titled foals by different sires..
Dam of 1 exported colt that is a multiple International Champion. Full sister to Maestros Ariel that also produced 2 World Championship titled foals.

 

Foal




 


CUSTOM TAYLORED CTA
99% Arabian Tri-Color Tobiano Pinto Arabian
63/64 AHA documented Arabian
Double Reg Arabian Horse Association and Pinto Horse Association
DNA tested CA and SCID CLEAR
Arabian Horse Assoc Breeders Sweepstakes Nominated Sire




Fine Time Finessa
15H bay Arabian Mare. Multi Champion Halter/ Western Pleasure.
Grand daughter of Simeon Shai, The Minstril, Tomboy the dam of Nat. CH Eternity

2014 Pintabian 99+% Arabian Foal
AHA Breeders Sweepstakes Inutero Nominated Eligible Foal.

Buy in utero with live foal guarantee -
$5000 (includes $1900 non refundable mare breeding fee and sweeptakes nomination fee)

or $1900 nonrefundable deposit with $500 remainder payable before 30 days old if the foal is nonPinto marked or $5000 payable before the foal turns 30 days old if the foal is Pinto Marked.

Sales of Pinto Marked High percentage Arabian weanlings are priced starting from $7500 up to $100,000.

     
     
     
     

LA Black Legacy


Winter Storm CTA
15H 31/32 Arabian Tobiano Pinto Mare
Homozygous for the black and agouti genes. Maternal sister to Unanimous World Champion Sugar N Spice CTA and Multiple World/International Champion Kings Muscateer CTA.

 

Pregnancy is very hard on Storm,
so we do not take breeding her lightly.
Custom breeding option only-
$2000 nonrefundable deposit due before breeding takes place,
$3000 non Refundable Deposit due upon a confirmed 90+ day pregnancy.
$5000 additional due if the foal born is Pinto marked.
Inutero buyer is responsible for all Non Board fees for
the mare, mare and nursing foal or weanling. Once weaned standard stall board is charged per month for the weanling.

 

So, the most popular cross at the farm is:
the Legacy Storm cross.

 

 

     

 



 

With the poor state of the current US economy the average selling price of horses has decreased but the cost of farrier, vet services, hay and grain as well as property taxes, utility and insurance has continued to increase more than 10% each year. .

In this poor economy you can buy horses and foals for a few hundred dollars. Just like "puppy mills" can offer puppies at prices far lower than what a quality respectable show breeder can do. With a puppy mill type horse breeder, you often get what you pay for and perpetuate a state of raising horses in that manner.No one is going to breed a horse on purpose so that they can sell the foal for less than the cost of the feed, care and training that it took to produce the foal.

All horses are not created equal, just like all car brands are not all of the same quality. You would not go to a Mercedes dealership and tell them that you can buy a Yugo down the road for a few thousand dollars and than ask why their car is so much more expensive. If you cannot understand this concept, than you need to go to Craigslist to shop. Just look in the farm and garden section, you will find people selling horses for a few hundred dollars or the BLM offers wild mustangs for adoption for a small fee. For people that are big on heart but short on cash, there are also rescue organizations that adopt horses out for small fees. Please be aware, the reason why a lot of horses get in a rescue situation is because someone had a big heart and had an unexpected life crisis that caused them to run out of money needed to feed and take care of theiir horses! If you are short on cash, you really should not be buying a horse.

We are cutting down on the number of horses we are breeding each year because it is expensive, very time consuming and very hard work to personally work with every foal on a regular basis which results in our well known "people loving", "easy to train" versatile champion winning horses. All work and no play is no fun, so we want to make time to ride the trails with our beautiful mares and go to a few shows with our own horses.

We will also be helping to market some of our friends quality Paint, Pinto and Arabian horses that they are needing to find homes for here on our website.


Custom Breed your own special foal from our Champion producing mares and stallions!

We breed the mare and care for her during her pregnancy here at our farm.
You are responsible for regular board payments for the mare during her pregnancy and care of her foal; any vet and farrier costs for the mare and resulting foal- until the foal is weaned and you pick the foal .
Email us for more details.

BUY AN EMBRYO TRANSFER!
Use Your Own Mare to Carry a Custom Bred Foal from one of our stallions and one of our mares! Embryo Transfer available through a DFW Embryo Transfer Service. 2 Embryos per mare per year available for sale. Embryos sell for $2500 a piece. Buyer is responsible for all costs associated with the Embryo transfer. If you use one of our stallions, the stud fee is included.

The Pinto Arabian Types
Pinto Arabians come in 4 different body styles:

Stock Type

Khiowa Painted Shai CTA is a beautiful example of the stock type Paint Arabian cross. He is Half American Paint Horse which is a stock type horse originating from American Quarterhorse bloodlines blended with a Purebred Arabian mare. He represents the ideal Quarab with his beautiful head, large expressive eye, combined with the muscle and substance of the American Quarterhorse. These horses can excel in most any class that an American Quarterhorse would be shown in; such as working cow, reining, and western pleasure but you will also see allot of these crosses competing in Competitive Trail Classes and Endurance. Their size, temperament and movement tend to look very similar to American Quarterhorses.

 

 

Hunter Type
5 month old Pinto Arabian Filly

Kachina Sky Bars CTA is an example of a Hunter type of horse that would be used for Sport horse disciplines such as Dressage, Hunter or Jumping. She has the long legs, extra size and body type that are similar to the traditional Warmbloods that excel in these type of riding disciplines. An Arabian cross hunter type can excel at even the highest open levels of competition as Teddy O'Conner proved by being selected to be a part of the Olympic Team. Their size tends to be larger than the typical Arabian horse with the body type looking similar to Warmbloods.

 

Saddle Type

Sugar N Spice CTA represents an ideal Saddle type Half Arabian cross. She looks like a beautiful Saddlebred. She was a unanimous World Champion in 2005 for PtHA Saddletype Mare. She demonstrates the long legs and neck, lovely gaits of the American Saddlebred with the Arabian adding some refinement to the head. These type of horses can excel at a variety of English Performance disciplines as well as doing well on the trail and in endurance. Their size tends to be larger/taller than the typical purebred Arabian.

 

 

Pleasure Type

Custom Taylored CTA is a beautiful representative of the Pleasure Horse type. He looks like a National Quality Purebred Arabian and even without the spots, you would not be able to mistake him for anything else but Arabian in the head, body and tail. This type of Pinto horse when of high quality will have the refinement, head, body type, movement, temperament and tail carriage of the best purebred Arabian horses.

 

 

 

 

Our Breeding Mares

Winter Storm CTA
15H 31/32 Arabian Tobiano Pinto Mare
Homozygous for the black and agouti genes. Maternal sister to Unanimous World Champion Sugar N Spice CTA and Multiple World/International Champion Kings Muscateer CTA.

TC Annatasia
16H Bay Purebred Arabian Mare. Dam of 2 World Champion titled foals.
Dam of 1 exported colt that is a multiple International Champion. Full sister to Maestros Ariel that also produced 2 World Championship titled foals.

Cheyenne Fancy CTA
14.3H+ 31/32 Arabian Tobiano Pinto. Maternal sister to the World Champion producers: Maestros Ariel and TC Annatasia.
Produced an American Warmblood inspected , AWR first Premium Mare.

Sugar N Spice CTA
15.3H Half Arabian, Half Saddlebred Mare
Unanimous World Champion
Can be bred our black Arabian stallion for 75% Arabian foals registerable by the Arabian Horse Association(Half).


Fine Time Finessa
15H bay Arabian Mare. Multi Champion Halter/ Western Pleasure.
Grand daughter of Simeon Shai, The Minstril, Tomboy the dam of Nat. CH Eternity.
Will be bred to Leo Dakota GB for Pinto Arabian foals and Custom Taylored CTA for Pintabian foals.


Prissys Last Gal
15.3H Black Tobiano Pinto Paint Mare. Very big, Double homozygous black and tobiano Pinto mare that is Paint horse cutting and reining bred. Her first Pinto Arabian foal shown took 2 Res. World Championships and 2 TT World Championships at only 4 months old competing against much older horses.

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We are often asked how much a foal will usually sell for, if sold as a weanling:

Bay Tri-Color Tobiano Pinto Half-Arabian Fillies range from: ($5000 to $7500)
Black and White Tobiano Pinto Half-Arabian Fillies range from ( $5000 to $15,000)
Black and White or Bay Tri-Color Pinto Half-Arabian Colts range from: ($3500 to $8500)
High Percentage, 99% Arabian Pintabian tobiano foals range from:($7,500 to $150,000)

Solid Color - No Tobiano Pattern - 98% or 99+% Arabian Pinto bred Colts or Fillies : ($500-$2500)

Homozygous Tobiano Pinto Arabian cross foals: ($2500 - $150,000)

Homozygous black purebred Arabian Foals: ($4500-$15,000)

Purebred Bay, Chestnut, Grey Arabian Foals: ( $2500-$9500)

High Percentage Arabian, Pintabian producers are priced higher than 50% Arabian foals.
It takes over 6 generations of breeding to get a 99% Arabian foal. Since 1 parent must always be a purebred Arabian, there is only a 50% chance of getting a tobiano foal each time we try to breed for a Pintabian producer. It is hard and rare to get a quality tobiano Pinto Arabian with championship breeding close-up that is going to have any size over 15H as well as retaining the beautiful Arabian look in a high percentage Arabian cross. Therefore, the price of Pintabian producers is higher to reflect the rarer occurrence of having one available for sale.



Note: Prices tend to go up, as the foal matures.

 

Please note: we will not knowingly sell a foal to a first-time horse owner unless the foal is placed with a horse trainer. It can be expensive to own and care for a horse. Boarding and/or training fees are usually over $400 a month. Yearly veterinary vaccinations can average over $150 per horse for 1 series of shots. Foals will require 2-3 series of shots in their 1st year. A quality foal is not a bargain buy, but is an investment in the future of a great performance/show horse. If price is the primary consideration for the purchase of a horse and you just want a nice horse to ride, please consider buying a horse from one of the local horse rescue groups or consider giving a retired horse a great forever home. Many older horses with good care can live well into their late twenties and thirties. If you are looking for an Arabian that is already under saddle to ride on the trails for around $3500, we recommend you take a look at Spirit of Texas Arabians sales page.


 




 

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We support the next generation of equestrians by providing special discounts for horses that will be used in 4H activities.
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Cross Timbers Arabians and Pintos
Owners: Carol and Tim Morin
725 Estates Drive
Copper Canyon, TX. 75077
940-241-2627
email: ctarabians@ctarabians.com

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