This shows what a difference a few weeks can make in the looks of a foal. This filly is by Little America's Blue Rapsady, sire of two-time reserve national champion, Little America's Aladdin Blue. She looks like she will make quite an elegant show filly. She has quite a bit of white hair, so may be roan or grey when grown. Her dam is a 34" bay mare, Gray's Nu Brownie.
What a tiny elegant show horse this one is. A FULL BROTHER to Aladdin - four times top ten, multiple supremes, multiple honor roles in AMHA and multiple high point horse. Another full brother, Little Americas Ali Blue Baba, won the SWMHC futurity his first time in the ring. Another full brother, Little America's Blue Moon, was reserve high point for SWMHC..... what a winning family. Your chance to join the winning crowd... Check out this pretty little guy!
They appear in order of age with the first one being six years of age. He is Little America's Blue Star, now 28" and pure white... in fact he was white the first time we clipped him! We lost him to Blister Beetles in 2000, but have several of his daughters.
The second is Little America's Aladdin Blue. He stayed a beautiful silver grey. He has been AMHA honor role numerous times and is ten times top ten, being Reserve National Champion twice. He belongs to Becky Birdwell Harington, Brandywine Hill, in Texas.
The next is Little America's Blue Moon. He is going to likely stay under 28" and is starting to get some app coloration....lots of mottling and a sprinkling of white hairs throughout his coat. He belongs to Mallory Fagan, Legacy Miniatures, in Texas.
The fourth is Little America's Ali Blue Baba has been Top Ten and is a beautiful grey stallion owned by Bruce & Patricia Giles.
The last is Little America's Blue Prince Ali...the 1999 foal is a beautiful bay colt with some white hairs on his head. Looks like he will mature under 28" and belongs to Joyce Gay, of Tomball, Texas.