Confetti's Magic aka "Levi" Owner and
Rider Mellanie Burkhart
Society 2011 Regional Amateur Championships.
3rd in first day of competition and finished 5th
Another Confetti Farms winner!
Be Good Remix
Sire: Oreo Dam: Jobot
Champion Open Preliminary
Reserve Champion Open Jumpers
6th Working Hunter
5th Hunt Seat Eq over fences.
Plus he is still eventing under the name of Rikki
Ary and Stryker do it again.
Great time at Silverwood
Mini Event - very proud
of my boy! Jump
judges were scary on XC,
but he figured it out by
the last section of the
course. Our stadium was
awesome - rode very
correct lines, hit all
the corners and all
leads. I was thrilled!
2011 Appaloosa Nationals
Wings Of Gold
6th Hunter in Hand 3yr old stallions
Sire: White Magic
Dam: Chocklates Red
6. ON WINGS OF
RAYSSER/ WHITE MAGIC/ CHOCKLATES RED ROSE
TIMBERLY PALUMBO APPLE VALLEY, CA
Winners from Confetti Farms
Confettis Dark Night aka "Batty"
4 yr old gelding out of Noori JC and Oreo.
Owned and ridden by Sue and Amy Dockweiler.
Batty will be making his first shows this summer now
that the Herpes quarantine has been lifted.
Magic "Levi" and myself have had a very good show year! After 3 shows we
qualified for the California Dressage Society Regional Championships.
If anyone watched
the news in Ca, we had have been having a heat wave. In Santa Barbara that is
normally on the chilly side, it was in the triple digits on the days I
showed....Just my luck! I rode at !;00 and 3:00 on Saturday and scored a 62.5%
on the first test placing 2nd and a 58.8% on our second test placing
5th. We blew a lead on this test, just as I asked for my canter
depart a kid flung his legs over the wall at eye level. It was in the dome that
is very small and scary, so we got nailed on that one. I am glad I stayed on
during my riding, my asthma was horrible and I could not breathe at all.
On Sunday we rode at 1:00 and again HOT and Levi
was HOT as well, he was totally amped and wanted to be very silly but it was
good for my forward movement as long as he did not explode. He was a good boy
other than backing up at x,but then he got down to business. This test was in
another arena that he had not been in yet, so I was really pleased with his
efforts to be a good boy after being such a rocket in the warmup. We scored a
62.4% and finished 4th in the Championships. We had the biggest
classes so I was really pleased. We had tons of compliments and I could have
sold him a dozen times. When I was scheduled to ride every one filled the
stands. He is quite the crowd pleaser. The pictures are from the victory lap and
they played the strip tease music and we were doing passage to the music and
trying to buck as well, he had a blast.
At one of our Qualifying shows, we scored a
on T-2 and we got a 9 on our entrance halt and Levi 's Gaits. We scored a
68.800 % on T-4, we had a small break on this test, but we ended up winning both
classes and getting high score from the show for Amateur and open.
Thanks to Chele Haney for these great photo's!
Since we are bragging....I have to include my
Daughter and grandkids.
3rd generation Appaloosa Rider's at Confetti Farms!
My daughter Mycah and her kids Zoey 3 yrs old and
Zayne 10yrs old
My daughter and her mare Mystery.........................Myself with Levi and
Mycah and Mystery in a color
Levi..................................................Mycah on Mystery camping
and riding at the beach
Spotty is out of my mare Confetti's
Red Rose a Chocklate Daughter
Just wanted to let you know "Spotty" was area VI App of the year for the
3rd straight year, I have been competing him at the Training level, and he
won his division of Open Training at Twin Rivers last weekend. I will move
him up to Preliminary later this year if all goes well!
Oh Mellanie, I
and I qualified
for AECs last
Sept. and I
didn't know it
mentioned it to
me at our GMO
last night! They
wanted to know
why I didn't go
up with all the
other Area III
qualifiers. I am
Well I guess if
we could do it
last year we can
do it again this
year. At least
AECs this year
are only 1 1/2
hours from our
barn instead of
a 12 hours
like to know
in only 4 HTs!
Sire: Butterwap Confetti Dam: Let it be
Just wanted to give you an update on Tootsie, Tyme for Chocklate.
We entered our first combined test this weekend and came in 2nd!!!
You would be so proud of her.
I know I am. :~)
Thought you would like to know how Tyme for Chocklate is doing. Her
Dressage is coming along wonderfully, her balance, suppleness and timing is
amazing, so much we have started her over fences.
only is she more then I could ask for in a Event horse, she is my best
friend. I love her so much at times I have to pinch myself to make sure she
is mine. I can spend hours with her just watching her and playing with
her. She is the love of my life.
I was wondering if you have her previous owners email address. I believe
her name was Diane I
love to send her an update as well. I cant imagine letting a horse like
this go and not wonder how she is doing. If you have it please send it to
me. I would appreciate it very much.
Now for the pictures :~) !!
Just wanted to give you an update on Tyme for Chocklate.
I purchased her last month from Diane D. and she is settling in
beautifully. Not only is she the sweetest mare but she is so beautiful
and oh so very talented!!! She is everything I have ever wanted!!!
She was entrered in her first Dressage schooling show this last weekend
and received a score of 79.5, the highest in the show!!!
Attached are some pictures for you. I hope you enjoy them. Leslie
I hope all is well for you and your farm. Here are a some pics for your
website. I think you will like what you see!!!!!
IDCTA Intro level champ.
Last night was 4 years since he arrived at my place - pretty cool. He is
really starting to develop. Have been taking lessons with a Walter Zettl
disciple and really doing well. He is starting to get a hint of power.
We did have a few steps of passage on the trail last weekend - it was really
cool (ok the intent wasn't passage, but he offered it :))
I hope to introduce him to jumping this winter - he will dig that - it will
be his element.
Thought you would love to hear our latest update:
Stryker is the (IDCTA) Illinois Dressage and Combined
Training Association Intro Level Champion!!
We won the finals class yesterday with a score of 70%. (He
also placed first in an Intro A class and 2nd in Green as Grass
They took some great pics – when I get one, I will send it
out so that you can update your website.
He did very well – it was a big weekend for him – 2 hour
trailer ride by himself, overnight at a different farm, crazy busy show
atmosphere, 3 tests in 1 day – but he took it all in and did just super. He
is acquiring quite a
club back here.
We have been taking weekly dressage lessons with a gal that
trains with Walter Zettel. It is really rewarding and fun. His canter is
really coming along. I can’t wait to start doing the training level
classes. But I don’t want to ‘show’ until we are really solid and can get
some good scores on the movements.
I hope to introduce jumping over the winter so that we can
start to add that to our program. Hopefully next year we will be
successfully showing training level and in beginning eventing/jumper shows.
I will keep you posted - It usually takes the gal who does
the pics a few days to get them up and ready.
Hope you have had a fun summer with Levi!
Sire: Butterwap Confetti
Dam: Jobot ,Holsteiner
Hey this is Amanda Griffin from Columbus, Ohio.
As you know nearly two years ago Cookie was injured by a
trainer. We thought he broke his hip...he didn't but had a very involved
recovery. Long story short...Cookie now called Rikki Ticki Tavi is doing
great. My daughter works for Holly Hepp in North Carolina( she has done
Rolex numerous times and was on the equestrian team) Last week after only
being ridden 60 days after his recooperation he one his pre maiden event at
the Ark in North Carolina.
Also you should know that one of your colts was sold to one
of our horses's admirers in North carolina. So their are two of your horses
in the barn.
Hope you are doing well!
Just some photo's of Logan I took last week; he's officially a yearling now; yay! And
he is just growing like a weed, got him gelded this weekend and the vet informed
me that now he'll grow even taller...great! LOL Just what he needs!
The Bay in the photos is my 15.2 Gelding so you can see how big he is already!
(and for some reason he wanted to eat the same blades of grass that Dancer was
after go figure! LOL)
He remains the perfect gentleman; I could not ask for a nicer boy! Thanks again
for producing such a fantastic horse!
Clare, Logan and Dancer.
Been a long time since an update on Butterfly. She is doing fantastic. A
couple years ago we started studying some Parelli Natural Horsemanship, and
we are having a BLAST! We are very close to completing our level 2 in the
program. Along with the Parelli work, we are also working with Nicole
Blackwell, a hunter jumper trainer at our facility. Nicole was quite blown
away at how quickly and easily the hunter work came to her, and she really
seems to enjoy it. But we all know its that good breeding that makes em so
natural. Hope you enjoy the photos!
Tabitha and Butterfly
Horses from Confetti Farms are not strictly English Horses
November 2008 Trailblazer Festival in Santa Barbra, Ca
Levi was chosen to be the demo horse for John Lyon's
Symposium. We had a blast! John and Jodi and Jochen are incredibly nice and
caring people. John rode Levi Fri, Sat and Sunday, and I rode Levi on Sunday for
a last minute saddle fitting demo with Jochen Schleese and John Lyons.
Does this look familiar ?
Full brothers at the same age.
Levi ridden by
Mark ridden by Sandy
Another Oreo son out of an non
characteristic App x TB mare
pictures of my first ride on Haylo. He is a doll!!!! The Lord is so good to me.
He has given me such precious gifts. Shine was excellent as well, but I did not
get any pictures of his lesson. I am riding everyday this week so there will be
more to come.
My favorite is "Elise on Haylo 1". I just wanted to share!!!
Also he measures 17h at 4 1/2 years old
Another one of Our Home breds
with a future career in Dressage.
owned by Nell Scannon
Sire: Butterwap Confetti
Dam: Bear Paws Rose
Lilly is in training with Peggy Kelly
Stryker Qualifies for USDF Breeders Championships
Sire: Butterwap Confetti
Dam: Pinjara Olddenburg
I just had to email and tell you how
much fun Stryker and I are having under saddle. It has been the most
rewarding experience. As we have been preparing for this since the day he
was delivered, it has proved to be a big yawn to him. (As it should be).
We have already had a couple of big adventures. After being on him about 10
times, I took him down to a NH trainer to double check my work and make sure
that I didn’t skip anything. Let’s just say that we passed with flying
colors. He was fantastic and I left with the encouragement to start riding
him like a ‘broke’ horse. I have also had the sensation a few times now
that he could be a reiner – he is so underneath himself – it is a blast. He
then got 1.5 weeks off due to work commitments and travel. I had one more
short ride on him last week and it was time for his first real world
adventure this past weekend. I have this belief that I really wanted our
first rides to mean something to him – not mindless figures in an arena. So
we loaded up with Wayne’s paint horse and headed out to our favorite state
forest for a trail ride on Saturday.
You would have never guessed that it was
his first ‘ride’ outside of a round pen or indoor arena. He stood tied to
the trailer while ‘activity’ was going on – no big deal. We headed out down
the trail and encountered out first monster exactly 3 minutes and 30 seconds
into the ride (I was timing us). It is deer season here and what comes
walking down the trail, but a camouflaged hunter with a portable/wearable
Stryke handled it much better than some
‘finished’ horses I have been around. We need to turn one circle and then
we stood and relaxed as the monster moved past us. After that it was cake.
He was ‘lookey’ at the all of the stumps and deadfall and shadows but still
very much wanted to go forward. He didn’t have any issues when Shooter went
out in front or if he had to lead. It wasn’t long before we were able to do
short stretches of trot. We stayed out a bit longer than I had initially
planned, about an hour total, but in that time he totally settled in and
‘got it’. Which was exactly what I wanted him to do.
I hope that your other clients have
found the same characteristics with their youngsters. He is a joy and a
gorgeous one! Here are the pics to mark our day out.
Here are some pictures of Cape. She loves to jump, never refused any
eventing or stadium jumps and scored a 41.0 in dressage. This was her
Graced with Chocklate
2008 bay filly with blanket and spots, spotted
stocking on all legs.
out of Pinjara, Oldenburg and by Goldluck,
United States Dressage Federation Breeders Qualifier at Cool August Nights in
1ST place with a score of 74.100% Qualified us for
Judges comments: Balanced proportions, shows even rhythm,
light off the ground, nice canter. Elegant promising type with potential!
in mind...This was an open class, so we were competing against Warmblood
fillies from the state.
Just thought you might
like to see one of your grandson's at 31/2. This is Snowbird Confetti,
lovingly known at home as Duley. We purchased him from Eric Beene a year
ago and he is going great guns for our 16 year old daughter Devon. She took
him from a green pasture baby to Halter and jumper winner in his first year
of showing. He is a huge boy already at 16'3 and the vet saids at least
another two inches. He is curious, loving and more then willing.
He didn't really become
a part of our family until about 5 months ago when Devon was working him on
the slippery grass and he fell right on top of her. He laid there a moment,
shimmied his body enough to let her get out from underneath him, and then
still waited for her to tell him he could get up. Luckily both of them were
fine, but from that moment on, he follows her no matter where she goes.
I wanted to write to you and
tell you how wonderful Butterfly is doing. On June 19th and 20th, we showed at
the Del Mar fair 4-h show, and did wonderful. She showed in showmanship, english
pleasure and the English Equitation Medal class. She won the Showmanship, won
reserve in the english pleasure and we won the medal class. She's doing really
well on the appy circuits too. at the last show she won the color class, there
were 5 entries, and she won the hunter n hand mares, there were 4 entries.
Butterfly is out of Let it be Tyme... T.B mare and Oreo
Her full sister Tyme for Chocklate is also doing
extremely well on the ApHC circuit!
Proud owner Diane Duacsek and in training with Dal Porto Ranch.
Tyme for Chocklate
Way to go Ary and Stryker.
Updates on 2 year old gelding by Pinjara-WB
Stryker was a champ! He was so
well behaved – I am so proud of him. He handled it all in stride – the bathing,
braiding, trailering, show environment, silly horses, etc. In the ring he did
everything that I asked – he posed, he strided out, etc. Of course he placed
under the big fancy warmblood but still scored a 70.9. The judges comments were
very fair – she said the he was very well balanced and functionable but needed
more thrust in his trot. He had scores between 7 – 7.8 on the test. His walk
was the highest.
I hope that your summer is going
well and that time is helping to heal the loss of your dear friend. Stryker
is growing up into a fine young man. We was gelded in early May and is
slowly excepting being a gelding. He still likes to flirt with the girls
but it is getting better. He is still holding pretty steady at 15.1-15.2
but I figure he has about 5 more years to grow.
This past weekend I took him to a
local open show. I was very proud of his performance in the English horse
halter class – I had no hopes of placing but wanted the practice of standing
still and being quite. To my surprise he stood still for the majority of
the class, called once and never droppedJ.
I was thrilled – he made quite the impression at the show for all of the
Next we entered an in-hand trail
class – he came away class ChampionJ.
I think the judge was doubly impressed as when he was walking across the
bridge and it tipped over (good construction – lol) that he didn’t panic –
he just stepped off. I plan on taking him to some of the USDF shows in
July, Aug, and Sept. I will keep you posted!
I hope all is well with your
family and your ponies!
I bought the mare Hope For Chocklate from you in
2005. Hope is doing
very well. I showed her in the USDF sport
Horse prospects last year.
She earned a 72.7 % and easily won yearling
mares, and then the all age
mare championship for the show. I was very
pleased. I am very excited
to take her to our regional championship this
We also had a clinic with Leslie Webb and she
We ended on our stretching circles.
Thank goodness since it was 100 degrees, Yuk!
I have attached some
proof photos of Butterfly Confetti from this year. She is doing extremely well.
She is holding her own against some of the better known hunter in hand horses.
She has earned 3 national points this year in the aphc youth color, all at one
show too. It was a four point show, she placed 1st by two judges, and 2nd by the
other two. She has a 1 point in the open aphc color, 1 point in hunter in hand
mares and one point in the open hunter in hand mares. Pretty good for a coming 3
yr old with less than a year of showing on the appy circuts. Oh, and picture
credit to Lee Locke of Locke Photography.
Show update! After Levi's intro
year in Dressage we received
6 firsts and 2 seconds. with a high point amateur
rider award 69.524%......68.0% at our final show.
Confetti's Magic aka "Levi"
16.1+h at 3 years old
Sire: Aul Magic (Arab) Dam: Confetti's Red Rose 17.2h
Appaloosa, daughter of Chocklate Confetti
July 23 and August 19th Levis very first under saddle
We could not be more pleased. Both judges remarks were
"A WOW Horse" and "A Talented Horse"
Levi has shown in USDF intro A and B and has received 3 firsts
and a second.
Letter from another
happy owner of a baby from Confetti Farms. !
It was a very fun and exciting weekend for us. This was Stryker's first
overnight away from home so it was a bit stressful for mom. I wasn't sure
how we would be received or if we were even in the league to compete in the
USDF shows. What a surprise - he was the hit of the show - people just
LOVED him. He can definitely hold his own against the big boys. Even some
of the big breeders commented favorably on him.
Here are some pics of him - please put his body shot on your website, so
that folks can see how Oreo's babies are growing up!! I told tons of people
about your farm and horses - you may want to do some midwest advertising
(Hunter and Sport Horse Magazine) :-)
He was just stunning at the show and very well behaved. We got a 72.9%
:-). We still placed 3/3 but we were within tenths of the 2nd place score
(I never found out what the winner had). The 2nd place horse was just
imported from Germany. Both he and the first horse had really nice trots.
As this was my first show - I learned some of the tricks for next year.
Apparently the judge, at least at this show, rewarded the horses that acted
up - granted they had their fanciest movement moments after exploding - but
I am way into manners - Stryker was the best behaved horse there. Although
he did get really keyed up before the class - I don't know if he was feeding
off of me or just atmosphere - but as soon as it was over, he deflated and
was his normal self. He was screaming quite a bit before we went in and was
pumped up, but it made for an imposing conformation pose for the 45 seconds
that he held it.....
The judge was P Hansen (he had a heavy European accent and I think he wanted
him to be a Knabstrupper, as he told me all about them.
I plan on doing the series next year as a two year old. I am going to enter
him into the All Breeds program and try for a year end award. It was a
really great experience. This one was rather scary as we had a horrible
storm come through shortly after we arrived on Friday. The tornado sirens
went of twice and we had torrential rain. Once the storm passed we
practiced in the arena and it was calf deep water in places. But despite
that, he put on his manly face and was very bold and confident. However
when he got home, it seemed like he shrunk 12 inches and became a baby again
when he was back with the boys. He was also very tired. It was a big 2
days for him. We are very proud of him!!!
Here are some great pictures of him. These were actually from the weekend
previously. I took him to an open show in a Chicago Suburb and we placed
3rd in the English Horse at Halter class:-). There were 7 in the class
There is a head shot, a confirmation type pose and one with me for size
reference. We measured him for worming last week - he was ~775 lbs, 15 h at
the withers and 15.1 on his rump. Not bad for a yearling.
I will send the pics from the show when he get them. The weather was ucky,
so they may not turn out very well - the ones attached today are pretty
USDF Breeders Qualifier in Burbank at the Cool August Nights Show. I could not be more pleased with the results!
Blanca Chocolati placed 2nd in the open 06 fillies class and qualified for the championship filly class.
Blanca is a 06 filly by Butterwap Confetti and Confetti's Red Rose (17.2h Chocklate daughter)
Many Thanks to my good friend T.J. Walker for helping me show these youngsters. With out her help this would have been nearly imposable.
Chocklate waped moose placed 3rd behind our other colt. Moose is sired by Butterwap Confetti and out of Annie a Chocklate Confetti NC daughter. Congrats to the owners of this lovely colt. Dan and Nikki Gilbert.
Last but not least....Oreo won the get of Sire again with these beautiful baby
Butterfly Confetti 2004 filly
Sire: Butterwap Confetti Dam: Let it be
I thought you might like to know
how Butterfly Confetti did at the July 23rd
Calizona show. She got a 3rd in the open all breed color, a 2nd in the ApHC
color, a 2nd in hunter in hand mares, a 1st in youth hunter in hand mares
and a 1st in performance horse at halter(open all breed). She did very well.
She actually seemed to like it. I had alot of people comment about her
hunter in hand performance. One person said she was the loudest hunter in
hand mare they'd seen. I am very proud of her, shes everything I've wanted
in a horse. I expect this to be a good show season with her!
O Ready Confetti
Sire: Chocklate Confetti
Dam: Fiesty Gal ApHC Reg
Isaac has started his career in dressage and is
doing exceptionally well. Shown both training and 1st level in the fall of
2005. Scores in the upper 60's and low 70's
Glad to see you received the
pics of Kaelin and Silk. They were on the first place team at the United States
Pony Club Championships for Show Jumping—regular division. Their jumps ranged
from 3’3” to 3’9”.
Hi Mellanie, this is Kaelin
Creange. Just updating you on how Silk has done lately. Last weekend we
competed in Pony Club’s Show Jumping Rally in the 3’3”-3’9” class, and she was
amazing. We had two clear rounds that would’ve been three if I hadn’t made a
slight directional error that gave us some time faults. But even with my
mistake, we came in second overall, first in the jump off, and we qualified for
the East Coast National Championships that takes place end of July. Here is
picture of us at Show Jumping rally last weekend. Enjoy J
Dan and Nikki Gilbert of Spotted ND Appaloosa's
2005 Los Angles breeders classic USDF series
MI CONFETTI FRECKLES
Placed 2nd in
colts and geldings of 05
the first place score was
71.3 and ours was 70.5
Sire: Butterwap Confetti
Dam: Si Mi Sweet Annie
Chocklate Confetti Daughter
FLASH'S NAME IS : SEAMTBUTERWAPDWHIRLD
WE HAVE DECIDED OUR BARN NAME IS : SPOTTED ND APPALOOSAS
6-4-05 6-5-05 ApHC show in Bakersfield
ON SATURDAY 2 YEAR OLD STALLIONS HE WAS PLACED 2 BY ALL 4 JUDGES (2ND OF A CLASS OF 2)
FPD CLASS 3- 2ND PLACES & ONE FIRST PLACE
MOST COLORFUL 3- 4TH PLACES ONE FIFTH PLACE ONLY 5 IN CLASS
ON SUNDAY ENGLISH IN HAND STALLIONS HE GOT 2- SIXTH PLACES AND ONE THIRD PLACE NOT SURE HOW MANY WERE IN THE CLASS
Chocklate continues to pass his athletic abilities to his grand get.
Confetti Magic 4-19-03 12:30 am
Huge Leopard gelding. ARA registered, ApHC pending
2003 USDF Breeders Qualifier 2nd Place winner More info
5-8-04 Arabian Show, Sport Horse in hand. Scores 67 and 70 points by a USDF judge, qualifying him for the California Regionals.
Puppy dog temperament, incredible movement, and loves to free jump with beautiful form. Currently 16.1h+ as a 2 year old
Sire: Aul Magic Arab also approved Trakehner. a few accomplishments.
National Champion Horse of the year region 3 Champion Arab horse. 2001 USA Eq National Champion Horse of the year region 7 Champion Arabian Halter
2001 USDF All Breed Award Winner First level. 2001 USDF All Breed Award Winner Second level.
For more information about about Aul Magic. Click link below.
Bits Of Confetti (Connie) 16.1h Snowcap homozygous mare
Connie was shown briefly as a Eventer years ago, and has Chocklate's fearless temperament. I took her to our first Dressage show 7-11-04 And was very pleased on our day. I have only been on he back 15 times, and was thrilled with how hard she tried, and we even received a third place in our second class. Not bad after sitting in pasture for years.
Connie is confirmed in foal to Oreo for a 05 baby. Offers will be considered for foal in utero. Plus baby should definitely be homozygous like mom and dad.
hey Mellanie, well as you know we did great at twister's first big rated show! we scored 62.5 in trng lvl 2, 60.9 in trng lvl 1(we picked the wrong lead) my fault-not his! and 61.9 in trng lvl 1.(3rd place out of 17 and 5th place out of 22)! he scored all 8ts in his gates!!!!!the pictures we took aren't so great. it was a new camera and we weren't sure how to take really good pic's yet. but you can tell were having a greaaaaat time! all i can say is this is the best young gelding i have ever had!he is soooo smart and sooooo loving. everybody who meets twister just falls in luv with him!!!!! well, take care.....natalie and twister!
Twister is now competing for the Las Vegas Equestrian Team..
Show results for Oreo's first foals
We went to the USDF Breeders qualifier and final Aug 23 and 24th, because it was both, the competition was pretty tough. We won the IRC International Registry of Colored Horses class first 4 places with Confetti Farms bred colts 2 and under, Sat IRC 1: Oreo Holsteiner colt Chocklate Filled Oreo shown below 2: Arab X Chocklate daughter colt, Chocklate Magic 3: Oreo TB colt: Shooting Star shown below 4: Oreo App\QH colt : Sea my Butterwap World also shown below
fillies 2 and under 1st) Wap scotch Confetti : Butterscotch Confetti X Wapspotted
3 year old stallion 1st Butterwap Confetti Butterscotch Confetti (Chocklate daughter) X Wapspotted
I am not sure of the other placings.
Sunday Colts 2 and under.... Open 3 rd Oreo Holsteiner colt 4: Oreo App\QH colt 5 Oreo TB colt
Fillies 2 and under open 4 th) Wap scotch Confetti,
3 year old stallions Open 4th Butterwap Confetti
Get of Sire ...Open Oreo colts....won first place! Oreo Holsteiner colt Chocklate filled Oreo Oreo App\QH colt Sea my Butterwap world.
Confetti's Jewel. Another great Sport horse bred by Confetti Farms currently competing.
Sire Chocklate Confetti
Dam Protected Jewell JC
7 year old Preliminary event mare. Solid 1st level, schooling 2nd level dressage. Shown successfully in Florida at Preliminary level with all clean cross-country runs. Sensitive and willing with lots of heart and FEI potential.
August 25, 2001 Los Angles Breeders classic
Reserve Champion, Sport Horses of Color, fillies 2 and under.
Score 69.70 lost to, Niece, Chocklate Wapcream
Currently winning in training level dressage in NY state with owner Laurie Cresswell. I also wanted to show you Audacious. This pic was taken last summer but she won her training level division last year with an overall score of 68%. It was just local schooling shows but I was still proud of her considering we only got a few shows in.
Congratulations to Laurie Creswell and her
gelding Bear Paw Confetti.
Reserve Champion at 1999 Dressage at Devon
I have enclosed a pic of Bear schooling over fences at an indoor show this winter. He was champion working hunter. We will be heading to St. Clements in a few days. It is an A show and he did quite well there last year. I have him half leased to a dressage rider and he was champion 1st level horse last week. He also got the best score in his training level combined training. I know he is ready to go on to preliminary. If my shoulder was not so bad I would give it a shot but I could not handle that kind of jumping anymore. I really want to keep these lines going. Chocolate's babies are just wonderful. O Ready is like a big dog. I read the article in the journal and was so glad to see you get some publication. They really have the movement that I feel is needed for the FEI dressage ring. I would like to sell Bear this year for sure because I am putting up an indoor and I would like to farther by breeding program. I would appreciate any help. I am asking $25,000 He is broke to death up to 2nd level dressage, eventing, hunters, and equitation, and he even has done some hunter paces. He also is the best horse I have ever rode on the trails. He is very laid back and amateur safe if you know anyone looking.
Thanks Laurie LCRESSWELL@nycap.rr.com
Chocklate's Smooth as Silk
2001 Los Angeles Breeders Classic Grand Champion 3 yr old fillies Sport Horses of Color score 70.30
Reserve Champion 3 yr old fillies American Warmblood score 69.40
Silkie is a beautiful filly with breathtaking movement. She is registered with the American Warmblood Society , has been inspected and is eligible for branding. At the inspection , she received the highest scores of the day for her trot and temperament. At the end of the show, we were asked to turn her back out into the arena (freeplay) so everyone could see her awesome movement.
8-05 Update on Silk with her new rider Kaelin
Kaelin and Silk have been busy this spring! These pictures were taken at a pony club show jumping competition. They were jumping about 3 ft. Silk has become a very natural jumper. Kaelin especially loves riding her cross country. She used Silk for her C3 rating (a fairly high level test) and they were great riding cross country. Silk is a very fast learner…all the instructors are amazed at how far the pair has come in a short time. Kaelin is going to start her eventing this fall. Will keep you posted on how she does.
No roaning yet. Still a beautiful bay! Everyone is always shocked by her breeding. Kris and Kaelin
Chocklate's Bow Tie. 96 gelding
Winner on the Triangle. Went to an Eventing career, and is now starting his show career with Josh Gilbert as a youth horse.
Congratulations to Trisha DeRosa and CFS Wolf
Top Placing in the ApHC ACAAP program for Dressage (either 1st or 2nd - I haven't seen final results). Winner at CDCTA Championship dressage show Devon - Reserve Champion Appaloosa - International Sport Horse of Color class (7th overall) PVDA Recognized Rider Award USDF Qualified Rider at Training Level 7th Place - Seneca Valley Pony Club horse trails (His first ever) 7th Place - VADA - Year End High Score Virginia Dressage Association We are still waiting to hear back on several other award programs we participate
ApHC 90% foundation pedigree designation and registered, American Warmblood Society. Sire: Chocklate Confetti, Dam: Poco's Miss Cheyenne, ApHC Val is a big nice colt with big powerful movement and a great personality. Val is totally correct in his conformation and should be a fantastic sport horse prospect. Val received the bronze medal at the AmericanWarmblood inspection. Currently starting his Dressage career. FOR SALE
Cape by Confetti
99 filly 16.2 at 30mos. 8 3/4 cannon bone. Dam:Silkcape standardbred trotter. Caper is broke for harness and is a awesome mover, should mature 17+ hands
photo taken at 1 week under harness
Butterscotch Confetti (Flea) 17 .1h foundation bred mare ,has shown on triangle. Due to a injury has been retired as a broodmare.
Sire: Chocklate Confetti aphc 16.3h
Dam: Pollywhirl aphc 16.2h eventer, dressage and open jumpers.
Flea and her filly Wapcream made quite an impact at the Los Angles Breeders Classic in Aug 01. They were in the Extravaganza on Friday night and showed in Hand Saturday. Wapcream received Grand Champion fillies 2 and under for International Sport Horses of Color.
Confetti's Shadow 1991 West Coast Appaloosa Sport Horse Champion, Best Conformation, High point trot, high point Appaloosa of the day, Overall Grand Champion, placed 3rd in open yearling against 15 warmbloods, 95 Reserve National Champion Jumper, 95 Reserve National Champion 2 nd Year Green Hunter, 94-95 5th Suitability for Dressage,93-94-95 Top 10 in the nation in 6 events, ROM in Hunter Hack and Suitability for dressage. Chili Pepper Circuit Champion. High point English Horse, Big Wyoming. High point English Horse Colorado Regional Club 1997 World Champion Preliminary Jumper
Now in Costa Rica
Code Of Honor (Spritz) 17.1h gelding, out of 14h ApHC mare. Many hunter championships and a USDF 2nd level dressage champion. Spritz a very successful eventing career also.
Congratulations to David and Stephanie Fling of Apple Valley Ca. Se Mariposa ApHC mare (arab-x) foaled 3-28-98 a bay colt with a blaze two hind sox and spots over hips, named Confetti's Tickertape, who is off to a great show career, 1st show Ticker won high point weanling. Future in Dressage and Competitive Trail.
Chocklate even passes his outstanding athletic abilities to his grandkids. Some winners by
Showboys King B (deceased)
Sire: Chocklate Dam: QH
Suitability for Dressage
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