Jerry Hilligoss started Illya Kuryakin under saddle when he was three. The tiger eyed cream stallion was a great ride, an excellent mover.
However, I never showed him much. In fact, I rarely took him off the farm. Shortly after he was started, an injury prevented me from riding for awhile, and I was not interested in anyone else riding him. When I was back in the saddle, I tended to ride and promote the finished stallions: Rowdy Yates, El Tigre Segundo, and later Timber Ghost. The accolades and awards those boys won are well-known. Meanwhile, Illya stayed home.
Now my loveliest stallion with superior movement and a pedigree filled with the breed's best is older with very few foals. It is time to share him before it is too late. We will breed some of our best to him this year. To offer him to other breeders who want the best, I am reducing his stallion fee. Call me at 903-407-0298, and tell me about your mare. Let's get an Illya foal in your pasture in 2024.
Color Me America, HOA-2151 Red roan; Sire: Riggy's Something Special, HOA- 1787
Dam: Washita River, HOA-1075
Bloodlines include: Rigoletto, Rowdy Yates, Choctaw Sun Dance & Tiger Eye
DOB: July, 2018; Full Pedigree: https://www.allbreedpedigree.com/color+me+america
Copper Head Ranch: LaRue, Texas
Contact: Curtis George @ email@example.com
Standing in South Carolina
100% Marsh Tacky Stallion
Grullo; DOB 5/5/2009
Sire: Tacky Blue, MT-138
Dam: Star, MT-137
Amy Elizabthe Dalton Speissegger
216 Curry Trail Road
Salley, SC 29137
Barrier Island Nightlight, aka: Eddie, ridden by Madeline Broadway, January 1, 2023
Standing in Northeast Texas:
$350.00 Stud Fee; $20.00 per day mare care or bring your own feed and hay.
AIHR Multi-National Show Champion; 100% Corolla, Outer Banks,
Corolla Island, North Carolina
See contact information at end of video!
listed 6/8/2022; updated 1/3/2023