Lady Lydia
Lady Lydia, a beautiful dapple grey, by Lisa Shepherd. Lots of time consuming hand-painted dapples!  $125.
Lady Lydia, by Lisa Shepherd. Lovely bay Shire with high white stockings and lots of facial detail~ $125.
Miss Cheryl Lee
Artist Gudrun Schmitt from Germany painted this lovely soft mare to look just like my own beautiful Cinderella!  Miss Cheryl Lee makes a perfect Shire mare in this realistic and detailed dapple grey. Gudrun did an amazing job on this mare! $150.
Miss Cheryl Lee
Miss Cheryl Lee is one of the most popular of the TIBBP minis, and this one, painted by the famous Kim Burd is absolutely phenomenal. A lovely Shire/paint cross mare, she is exciting and interesting as well. Beautiful realistic and very time consuming paint job on this gorgeous mare. Very hard to part with her...she's one of my favorites! SOLD to Mary Sue Barnum

Lady Lydia

Lady Lydia looks lovely in buckskin pinto by artist Lisa Bickford.  She could show well as a Shire/Paint cross, which is not unusual for a PMU mare.   $150. plus shipping.
Jewel for Julie

    

Jewel for Julie is one of my favorite Blessed Broodmares. This one is painstakingly painted in pastels by artist Terra Pennington. My photography doesn't come close to doing this beautiful girl justice. Terra has done alot of hand-detail to make this a very special piece. I have included a picture of Julie in her primered state so you can see the detail of the sculpture itself. A beautiful red-dun/buckskin, Jewel for Julie could easily be a Shire/Quarter Horse cross, often found on the PMU line. Sold to Peta Wagner
Lady Lydia
If there's one thing you can say about Lady Lydia, it's 'attitude'!  Lady L. sure struts her stuff in this breathtaking dappled grey, hand painted in oil by artist Kimberly Bleeker. Gorgeous Shire mare that I wish my camera could get closer shots of!  $150.
Braveheart
Here is one eye-catching stallion! Artist Kim Bleeker has really out-done herself with detail on this unique and realistic brindle pattern. Kim works by hand in oils, and this is a difficult pattern to accomplish with authenticity, so this horse was a real labor of love. Braveheart looks like any number of PMU herd stallions that were often a cross between a draft and a Quarter Horse, Thoroughbred, or Paint. What a magnificent boy! $150. plus shipping