Winter Sultan

Winter Sultan Winter Sultan A purebred American Saddlebred stallion is the noted sire of: Halter Champions - English Champions - Western Champions - Driving Champions - Color Champions - Dressage Champions - Half Arabian Champions - National Show Horse Champions - American Saddlebred Champions - Pinto Champions - District Champions - State Champions - Regional Champions - Legion Of Merit Champions and ....National Champions!
Winter Sultan is sired by one of the only pinto sons of the immortal World Champion Sire Supreme Sultan and out a black daughter of World Champion Status Symbol, Winter Sultan is line bred to the World Grand Champion CH Valley View Supreme. This intense world championship breeding comes through in the foals of Winter Sultan - elegant, refined, talented, and dripping with quality! Beautiful heads with large, dark, impressive eyes, long fine necks with clean throat latches, deep hind quarters and driving hocks mark his champion offspring in the winners circle. And his wonderful, kind, gentle temperment seals the package for a quality choice of sire - for show, breeding and pleasure!

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Winter Sultan Winter Sultan and Winter Heiress

Winter Sultan
Liver Chestnut Tobiano
Foaled July 4, 1983
Winter Carnival
Ch. Tobiano – ASHA Select Award Sire
Supreme Sultan
Chestnut – WGC Sire
CH Valley View Supreme
World Grand Champion
Melody O’Lee
Leading Sires Dam
CH The Carnival Queen
Ch Tobiano – Res. World Champion
Flashy Bourbon Peavine
Ch Tobiano–Scripps Foundation Sire
Radiant Ebony
Black – RWC &CH Dam
Black – Dam of 5 Black Foals
Status Symbol
Black – World Champion
CH Valley View Supreme
World Grand Champion
Contracts Lady Anacacho
Black – Dam of 2 World Champions
Spring Showers
Black – Dam of 6 Foals – all Black
Abdallah Peavine
Black – Res. World Champion Sire
Anacacho Shower
ASHA Broodmare Hall Of Fame

Winter Sultan
Book closed to outside mares.
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Summertime Farm
Rosamond, California