As most of these diffrent colours were almost eradicated from the breed, they are now quite rare, so the chestnut, dun, buckskin foal that was almost worthless less than ten years ago is now worth a considerable amount more.
Buckskins have never been banned from the main studbook, as in Spain they are regarded as a type of bay, but they have not been very desirable. Palomino purebreds have not been registered until 2002 as they come from the chestnut gene.
Here at the stud we are lucky to have several pearl and cream carrying mares and a super stunning pearl carrying chestnut colt with the best pure Carthusian bloodlines. We are really lucky to have a Cream/Pearl stallion and a Double Pearl colt along with our Buckskin Stallion.
This is a picture of Leviton JL.
Leviton is a double pearl or Isabella colt,
this picture was taken when he was still with his dam in 2017.
We can only look forward to the future with Leviton and hope to see him out and about competing and having babies in a few years. He is actually a half brother to our mare pictured above called Lluna SA.