Appaloosa Territory

Tidbits: Llano Appaloosas, Texas

Corrine of Llano Appaloosas purchased two daughters of Sarcee's Candy over several years: Candy's Tokahe (bay leopard) and Ima Candy Spots (red leopard). We kept in touch for a number of years afterwards.

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WOA Candy's Tokahe and her first foal, Pah Wakan.

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Pah Wakan


Ima Candy Spots, the second Sarcee's Candy daughter among the Texas bluebonnets.


Ima Candy Spots with her 1992 colt, Candy's Gibraltar. Colt was sired by Gibraltar de Noche, a King Ranch QH stallion.

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A few more pics of Gibraltar.

Pasture scenes from Llano Appaloosas.


Blanket mare is Holly Dart, with her foal, 4 Mile Brite Rain. Leopard on right is Candy's Tokahe. [1989 photo]


Holly Dart an her filly on the left, with Ima Candy Spots, White Arrow and Candy's Tokahe looking on. Corrine says, "Holly had just given my 3 outlaws on the right a good lesson in accepting her new 4 month old daughter, 4 Mile Brite Rain."
(Holly is also the dam of White Arrow - Gee Mom, don't you love me anymore?)


This is Chec C's Quiet Riot (the Easterner). She is a granddaughter of Chief Chelsea F2154.

Other boys and girls of LLano Appaloosas


Call Me Chief #411443


Rewardable, 1986 son of Skip's Reward


Sir Pawnee, 1985 stallion


The mare is Brite Lacy Lynbo. The 1989 foal (name pending) is Manche Choco Gold.


TBN Fancy Pants #479615. She placed 6th in Most Colorful at the 1990 World Show. She was four months in foal to a son of Seattle Slew JC (Triple Crown winner). She aborted twin colored identical fillies at 9 months. Corrine said" I thought I would die that day." (11/11/92)


I think this is an Ima Candy Spot daughter.

Another little piece of Appaloosa history, which is incomplete at the moment. More to come, sometime...

Photographs courtesy of Corrine Fowler.

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This page last updated January 2013.