Name: Step-in-Time’s Storm Dancer
Sire: Sundancer Mako
Dam: Coral’s Elysia de Vez
PFHA Registration: #58,234
DOB: April 11th, 2002
Color: Bay (Mahogany)
Height: 15.0 hands
Markings: Star, strip, snip, right hind sock, left hind sock, right fore sock, left fore sock, black points
Training: Green Broke
Status: For Sale $15,000 – OBO. Herd Discount Also Available.
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Tony & Debbie Selhost
Step-in-Time Paso Finos | Condon, MT
Debbie & Tony Selhost | Step-in-Time Paso Finos
La Caballeriza Paso Finos (FL)
– Pedigree –
|Storm Dancer||Sundancer Mako||Coral LaCE||Canario II|
|La Lutz del Sol B/R||Senor Joven B/R|
|Sabado’s Suerte B/R|
|Coral’s Elysia de Vez||Coral LaCE||Canario II|
|Elysia de Vez||Dulce Kalua|
If you have ever dreamed about finding an exquisite, elegant and naturally gaited Paso Fino with heart, stamina, intelligence, and a natural range of smooth gait with an eye-watering, flying largo, then you’d probably love “Stormy” as much as we do for all of these attributes. Being line bred, Stormy is not only prepotent for some of the most famous genetics in the history of the Paso Fino breed, but his phenotype is nearly a mirror image of his legendary grandsire, Coral LaCE, who was highly honored as a Paso Fino Horse Association (PHFA) Hall of Fame inductee, #1 top producing sire (twice), and top ten sire (thirteen times) and recognized among many fanciers as one of the greatest stallions of all time.
About Stormy’s Sire…
Sundancer Mako was a 14.3 hand, beautiful and very gentle renowned Paso Fino stallions with the reputation of having one of the fastest largos in the history of the breed. Sundancer was the son of Hall of Fame stallion, Coral LaCE, a breathtaking 14 hand mahogany bay stallion who influenced the future of the Paso Fino breed by stamping his many amazing attributes, including his beautiful conformation, naturally smooth range of gait, intelligence, versatility, and gentle temperament. Being bred and raised in Columbia, Coral gained great recognition and was honored with the highly esteemed title of “Horse of Horses.” Later, Coral LaCE was imported into the US, in 1968, by the late George LaHood. After being imported, Coral’s accomplishments would include becoming a Grand National Champion in Performance and producing many National Champions (before A.I.) offspring who received numerous titles in Pleasure, Performance, Versatility, Driving and Largo Races as well as State and Regional Titles.
Due to Coral’s extraordinary attributes and prepotency, Coral LaCE was honored by the PFHA two times as the “#1 Top Producing Sire” in the nation, thirteen times as “Top 10 Producing Sire,” and finally, and much deservingly, as a “Hall of Fame Inductee” in 1999.
About Stormy’s Dam…
Elysia de Vez is a prized daughter of the legendary Coral LaCE who is also from a line bred Truinfo son and Batalla grandson named Dulce Kaluha. Truinfo was the sire of two time Grand National Champion, Frio Viento. Batalla was one of the legendary son’s of the Puerto Rican foundation sire, Dulce Sueno. Elysia’s dam was also the grand daughter of the legendary stallion, Hilachas. Not only was Hilachas honored as the PFHA’s “#1 Top Producing Sire” for 1974, 1975 and 1976, but he also remained a PFHA “Top 10 Producing Sire” from 1974-1984. Finally, Hilachas was honored as a PFHA “Foundation Sire” and “Hall of Fame Inductee” in 2002. Hilachas was best known for producing elegant conformation and movement, fast smooth gait, beautiful heads, and extreme intelligence.