Western and English Riding Instruction
and Hippology, the study of horses

Instructors:  Barbara and Joseph Kostelnik
Assistant: J. Solomon Kostelnik

Working with horses develops many personal qualities that last a lifetime:
self-confidence -- responsibility -- kindness -- fitness --
 physical and emotional wellness --- plus, it's so much fun!
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Sugars Uno

Sugar's sire:  AQHA Sugars Uno  ("Cane")

The latest:

We have been contacted by the people who have owned "Cane" since 2013. 
They provided us with this new photo and info (below):

Above, Sugar's sire, Sugars Uno, in his current home in Germany (in Emmerthal, a municipality in the Hamelin-Pyrmont district, in Lower Saxony, Germany. It is situated on the river Weser, approximatively 6 km south of Hamelin.) His barn name is "Cane". Thanks to his current owner, Ralf Tenschler, and to Jessica Fisch. Sorry, their Facebook page is no longer there.

The photo above and those immediately below were provided by his 2012 owner, in Germany; those of him in the red halter were taken there, at
"Cane Ranch"   (Their web site is gone now)


And a few photos of Cane's dam (mother) and a daughter:



These next four pictures were apparently very overexposed.
They are from around the time he was registered with the ICHR. 

cane I.JPG (71959 bytes)    cane II.JPG (69425 bytes)    cane IV.JPG (64234 bytes)    cane III.JPG (64381 bytes)

Below are three still older pictures which, though he's a bit dirty, I really like.
These are the pictures I thought looked like a toasted marshmallow horse!
At one time I thought I saw dun striping on him. 
The arrows were added by me, to show the possible dun striping.

Back in South Dakota, he and his dam helped with the government's
yearly bison round-ups!  For his pedigree, see the sire side of Sugar's.

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CONTACT INFO: you may EMAIL or PHONE Barbara at 513-385-6735 (or text at 513-356-2817)
The stable is on Blue Rock Road, which is named after Blue Rock Creek,
replete with slate and shale, which is more or less ... "Blue"!