Due 2014

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     Due 2014 by Olivia and Cobalt

        Olivia by Tonka and Jack's Lottery Mare . Some of the most sought after bloodlines in the United States. Olivia is  exceptional in every little way and her offspring are as well. This foal is already a Champion....

  Cobalt - Multi Supreme Grand Champion Gypsy Vanner Stallion of impeccable conformation and character and it get's better some of the best bloodlines available ! Cobalt has multi championship wins , he is a rare color , rare fine, endless reproduction possibilities.

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Tonka the grandsire to the 2014 foal..




     Due 2014 by Darby and Cobalt

Just Call Me Darby- Our beautiful Gypsy Vanner mare by Slainte and a Conners bred mare Nancy. She's a dream come true...her temperament is as wonderful as her conformation. Her foals are exceptional 100% in everyway. This foal is a rare find and few in the United States. 

Cobalt  - Multi Supreme Grand Champion Gypsy Vanner Stallion of impeccable conformation and character and it get's better some of the best bloodlines available ! Cobalt has multi championship wins , he is a rare color , rare fine, endless reproduction possibilities.


Slainte is the grandsire to this 2014 foal.


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Quality, Value, and Honesty are the foundation of our program and the substance of our reputation.

Benefits of purchasing from Old Mill Farm, Inc.

Exceptional conformation, remarkable disposition, Intelligence, versatility and tons of feather that's what you can expect from us. Along with the promise that all of our horses are 100% healthy having passed for any  genetic faults, or general health issues by a certified  veterinarian. We will put that  in writing.  Know your seller and their history.  

  • Experience!  We started researching 2000 - purchasing our first in late 2001.
  • We are involved daily in the routine operations of our farm and breeding. Our horses are fed, their stalls cleaned, trained and every aspect of their care is handled personally by us. We know our individual horses and we know them well.
  • Traditional stock, that have been selectively bred by Old Mill Farm! We purchased only traditional Gypsy Horse stock, from breeders that have been in the horse breeding business for generations, not years! Our Drum Horses were bred out of actual Drum Horse breeding programs, they are the real deal. We also provide the percentage of breeds for all of our Drum Horses, as recorded by the International Drum Horse Assoc. (  IDHA ).
  • Registrations. Our horses are registered prior to the sale, so there are no surprises, no additional expense and everything is in order.
  • Ethical Breeding Practices. All of our foals are bred from healthy, correct stock. Although we have been given lineage on just about all of our horses, either from the breeder/seller or research, we will not promote it or offer it unless we have DNA to back it up.
  • We Breed to maintain or improve quality. Our goal is not to re-invent the Gypsy Horse breed. We breed for temperament, conformation and purpose...color to us, is just a bonus. Although we understand that many people include color as one of their "musts" in purchasing a horse, we do not breed just for color.
  • All horses are up to date on all vaccinations, dental work, de-worming, farrier work, etc... All horses sold come with a negative coggins and health papers for travel. Just one less thing to worry about!
  • We are one of the few American farms that continually test for EVA. (Contact us for more info)
  • On select stock, we may offer financing. We will try our hardest to assist you in purchasing your dream horse!
  • One of a kind Gypsy and Drum Horses! We do not breed in mass, nor do we import in mass...our horses are individually bred. We do not believe in "mass-
  • producing" embryos. Each foal or horse that is sold is unique!
  • Preserved Bloodlines.  Our stallions are stood out to a  limited number of mares. Foals and horses and in general, our bloodlines, bred from Old Mill Farm, are not readily available...and, to date,85% of the people who have bred to our stallions, have chosen to keep their foals for their own breeding program.
  • Honesty is our policy. If we do not feel we have a horse that is right for you or if you are not interested in a particular horse, we will not push you toward it. We may be able to direct you to one of our breeder friends, whom we trust and/or have dealt with before personally.
  • We welcome questions on any of our horses, please contact us.

Old Mill Farms bloodlines offered by our clients.

                   CG Slainte's Magical McKenna



McKenna was born April 18 2013.This little filly truly has a perfect Gypsy temperament. She is extremely  affectionate, confident, and has the willingness to learn. Imprinted since birth, McKenna, leads, ties, picks up her feet, accepts the clippers, hose and will self load into a trailer.

Her exquisite markings will definitely turn heads in the show ring or on the trail.

She has exceptional bloodlines and is one of the last foals sired by Old Mill Farms Slainte. This beautiful filly is priced at $25,000. reasonable offers will be considered but am in no hurry to sell her. Serious inquiries only. Please contact Angie Kline at 724-352-2792 or email Angie at horsejunkies@consolidated.net





                                       Drum Horses.


*We will add, there is no such thing as a "Gypsy Drum". A Drum Horse is NOT a large Gypsy Horse, however a cross

of the Gypsy and Shire and / or Clyde breeding. Our Drum Horse breeding stock were imported from England and

or may be domestic crosses.                

Drum Horses were developed in England to carry drums in the Queen's processions and parades.  They were bred to be colorful, calm and have substance. In America you can breed a Shire or a Clyde  to a Gypsy  Horse to produce a Drum Horse. (Or of course breed a Drum Horse to a Drum Horse) Old Mill Farm's Drum  Horse lines are Drum Horses brought over from England that were bred to "be" Drum Horses.

They of course fit the Drum Horse standard of America's registries.

Visit The American Drum Horse Association (now the International Drum Horse Association) for more information.



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Frequently Asked Questions / Finances and Purchasing the Gypsy Vanner or Drum Horse

Stages of Growth in Vanners and Drum Horses

What we look for in our stock       

What to expect when purchasing a Drum Horse or a Gypsy Cob or Vanner

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