International Champagne Horse Registry

Windsong Toi Poncho


Windsong Toi Poncho ("Toi")

Amber Miniature Horse Stallion

ICHR #MH1998-0121; 
AMHA 120348
NZMHA # 2918


Mrs. Karen Fenwick  
Lot 1 Stockrington Road 
Stockrington  NSW 2322 Australia 
02 49 551461

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Wind song Toi Poncho ("Toi")

Amber Miniature Horse Stallion

ICHR #MH1998-0121; AMHA 120348

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Toi is a 32" Amber Champagne.  He has excellent conformation and temperament, which he passes on to his progeny.  He is a real gentleman with his mares.  He has 2 foals due this coming November from a Chestnut mare and an Appaloosa Mare.  We are looking forward to these 2 foals!

Toi is the only Champagne miniature stallion standing at stud in Australia .  For your Champagne foal, book now for the coming season.

Live cover:  $1,000; NO vets fees included in stud fee; mares boarding $10.00 per week .



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