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STILLBROOK JORDAN BELFORT

  • Stallion
  • AMHA 201081
  • Chestnut, connected star, strip, snip, left hind sock, right hind coronet
  • Foaled June 07, 2021
  • Owned By Bridgette Wixom


2022 Connecticut Morgan Show
Reserve Grand Champion Stallion
Reserve Junior Champion Stallion


If you love the old New England lines, you're going to salivate over the pedigree of this beautiful 2021 colt by Aljaks Seeing Double, a beautiful stallion by WC sire Aljaks Double Whammy, out of a Tedwin Topic daughter.

His dam, A Promise of Joy, has a pedigree like no other. She is sired by the incredible Charlestown Scotland, a son of the "King of Morgan type", Elm Hill Charter Oak, and out of Optimistic, by the Upwey Ben Don son Bay State Flintlock, and out of the good government bred mare, Optic's Illusion. Her dam was the beautiful UVM Promise daughter, World Champion Mare Festival Pride N Joy, who was also out of a daughter of Flintlock.

Conformationally correct, Jordan will eventually be a great source of good, old blood for smart breeders. He is smart and sensible, yet knows when and where to spike his tail and put on a horse show. Jordan will make his show ring debut in 2022 as a yearling if he is not sold before then. He leads, clips, is good for the vet and farrier and loads like a dream.

Imagine what the spring weather will bring with this promising colt!


For further information contact:

Bridgette Wixom
Bridgette@greensitetree.com
Still Brook Farm LLC
377 S West St
Feeding Hills, MA 01030
413-544-0968
Aljaks Seeing DoubleAljaks Double WhammyCentury Free SpiritWham Bam Command
Windhover Antigone
Liberation StarbriteWham Bam Command
Austin Flying Cloud
Rum Brook EnvisionTedwin TopicFiddler's Contender
Waseeka Cajun Queen
UVM VisionUVM Flash
UVM Lauri
A Promise Of JoyCharlestown ScotlandElm Hill Charter OakPecos
Bar-T Coreder
OptimisticBay State Flintlock
Optic's Illusion
Festival Pride N JoyUVM PromiseUVM Highlight
UVM Empress
Sunnyvale JoyB-L Flintson
Willbrook Binnie

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