A Wizards Spell Keningtons Bailey showing off his skills
Gypsy Horses Always
Draw A Crowd At The World Show
The Fort Worth Stock Show And Rodeo
Never has a breed been so coveted, photographed,
painted, and followed as the Gypsy Horses. This mystical breed,
originally raised by the Romani Nomadic Gypsy people in England, with
their long manes, heavy tails, and abundant feather, continue to stop
people in their tracks asking the obvious questions, “What IS that?”
and “What can you do with them?”.
This quiet calm breed, originally from England, is perfect for
beginners as they don’t possess the equine traits of bucking, biting,
kicking and they want to please their owners. But in no way
should they be considered overly docile and unwilling to perform.
The Gypsy people didn’t use them for much more than driving so it
wasn’t until they came to America that the true versatility of the
breed became known, and is still being discovered. They excel in Ranch
Horse Versatility and can cut, rope, rein, and pen with the best of the
Quarter Horses. They are highly competitive in Dressage,
Eventing, Driving, Obstacle – both riding and in hand, Jumping, Western
and English Pleasure, and just plain trail and obstacle fun.
For the fourth year, the Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo will host the
Gypsy Horse World Show presented by the Gypsy Horse Registry of
America, Inc. in Springtown, Texas, delighting audiences with their
talents, beauty and versatility. With the horses’ calm nature, breeders
welcome the public to photograph and visit from Friday through Sunday
afternoon. It will be an experience you will not soon forget.
While there, you won’t want to miss visiting with A Wizards Spell Ranch
and its owner, Linda Brown for an up close and personal experience with
the undefeated top producing stallion in the world and some of his show
winning offspring. Ask her about her Stock Show “special
pricing” and perhaps make one of these incredible horses your own. If
you have any questions, Linda is an Gypsy Horse expert and will teach
you all you need to know about the breed.
To see these incredible horses for yourself, come to the Gypsy Horse
World Show at the Fort Worth Stock Show from January 27 – 29 and then
in again in February in the Horse Center at the San Antonio Stock Show.
More information and the exact show schedule are available at www.GypsyHorsesInTexas.com.