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Wilga Park Summer Storm

Read about Summer Storm below ... Storm is owned by our good friend Tammy-Lee, but is now available for sale, due to Storm growing way past the expected 14.3hh.

Storm - First Show Performance - Clifton 2018 Champion Morgan Gelding Clifton Show 2018
Champion Western Saddle Horse - Clifton Show 2018  
Storm - 4 years  


Video of Storm January 2018 - First Outing and First Competition. He scored well in both competitions, winning his first.

Video of Storm as a 3 year old - 5 weeks under saddle

Photos above are of Summer Storm - just hours old Meeting Tammy-lee who will give him his forever home

Summer Storm is a gorgeous bay colt ... a long awaited and precious foal. He is an embryo transfer foal - Cortez x Eagleview Skybeau - see her story carried by the sweet thoroughbred mare, Vroom. Calypso (aka Eagleview Skybeau), Storm's biological Dam had a traumatic breach birth in 2012 where she lost her beautiful big buckskin filly, so the decision was made to attempt a couple of embryo transfers ... and with time Calypso might be ready to carry one of her own.

Storm has the most engaging personality. He is a super friendly, energetic, happy, and inquisitive soul.

Summer Storm is a long awaited foal as his full sister, Summer Beauty, the very first Cortez x Calypso baby was lost to colic at the tender age of five in early 2012. Summer Storm is already weaving his magic to ease the pain of that loss.

Description of the Summer Storm:

"This hardy form of Hibiscus is valued for it's showy late summer display of satiny blooms of pale pink with rose veins and brilliant magenta center. The wide petals overlap freely, displaying delightful crinkling. The Summer Storm flowers best in areas with long, hot summers. Summer Storm forms an upright, compact shrub of dark wine-purple to chocolate foliage. Sunlight brings out the dark tones in this foliage, so it will go deeper and deeper in the heat of the summer."


Last updated November 2017

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