Painted “Faith”

APHA Registered
Sire: Tru Color Cruiser (APHA)
Dam: Miss Julie Ann Ace (AQHA)
DOB: 2001

15.2h (just shy of 15.3h)



Faith is FOR SALE to the perfect home. Basic detail below – contact me for additional information!

Faith was a pasture pet until I purchased her in 2013. She’s very green broke, but also extremely quiet. She doesn’t know much in the arena but has shown to be a very quiet, calm trail horse. Faith was bred once and produced a gorgeous bay/white filly by Sea Paints Ditto (reference sire below). She carried well, and was a great mom. Easy keeper, loads, ties, just a niece mare to be around.

Faith is for sale through no fault of her own, I just don’t need two riding horses.





Sepia (Sea Paints Ditto x Painted Faith) and Allie

Sea Paint Ditto

Reference Sire

Ditto sired some wonderful colts over the years. Smooth and level headed, his offspring have competed in everything from western events to eventing. I was very lucky to own several horses by him over the years and am extremely pleased with the combination I got in Sepia.


Sepia (Painted Faith x Sea Paints Ditto)

Pictured here at 14 months. She’s starting to look like a horse instead of a stick figure! Sepia is tall and leggy and will take a while to grow into her frame. I expect her to end up about 15.2 – the perfect size! She’s a great combination of her sire and dam. Extremely quiet, so far unflappable; a bit on the lazy side but smart. I’ve just started really doing ground work with her and will continue her education on the ground until she’s around 4.




Toby has been with me since 2006 and I was told he was around 6/7 years old when I purchased him. I bought him as a lead line pony and the sellers mentioned in passing that they thought he was broke to drive at one point. Toby is a good lead line pony, a horrible riding pony, and a ROCK STAR driving pony! When in shape this little (he’s 10.2 hands) guy can go 10+ miles at a strong trot. He’s the type of pony you can hook up once a year and drive down the road without a second thought. Toby is your “typical” pony – bratty, hard to catch, frustrating beyond words at times but when I hook him up and head out for an afternoon drive it makes all the silly behavior I put up with worth it!


This gorgeous girl is Allie – trail horse superstar! 

I purchased Allie as a trail horse back in 2013 and was told she was 8 years old. My vet put her closer to 11, so I’m not really sure of her age. She’s a fabulous trail horse and very fun to ride. When I purchased her I was told that anyone in America can ride her but she’s not for a beginner. I wasn’t quite sure what that meant but I soon realized it means she’s a bit of a bully 🙂 but that’s okay, we get along despite her tendency to try and push anyone and anything around.