July 6th 2006 chestnut gelding

sire line: Ibrahim/Skowronek

dam line:  dam line: Basilisk

ECAHS certified 81.16% Crabbet/Blunt breeding

CMK Heritage horse

Sold in 2011: Congratulations to Gretchen Z. of New Jersey on the purchase of this fabulous gelding.  We enjoy the regular updates on Gretchen and Robin's adventures together .

FCF Robin Goodfellow represents the finest bloodlines from Warren Park Stud.   When we purchased his dam, Rieba from Sandy Warren, we had her bred to the *Lewisfield Magic son, Star Magic Jeriel before she left California.  On July 6, 2006 Rieba delivered a solidly built colt with a commanding presence.

Robin is a handsome, confident gelding and a powerful and expressive mover with outstanding balance and athleticism.  Robin has the potential to be an elite performance horse. His sabino markings and  flaxen mane and tail  make him stand out in the show ring!  His playful personality and quick intelligence make him a ton of fun.

In late summer of 2009, Robin's under saddle training began.  Robin's boundless curiosity and eagerness to learn .  His trainer wass amazed at his quiet mind and great work ethic; she said he was the easiest youngster she has ever started.

About Us:

Faerie Court Farm is a small Arabian sport horse breeding farm located on nearly 40 acres in beautiful Addison County Vermont.

 Please explore the website to discover more about our wonderful horses.

Contact us:

Dawn & Thom Jones-Low

683 S Middlebrook Rd.

Vergennes, VT 05491

(802) 989-3562



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