Blossom of Pepperwood imp
Nicknamed "Cocoa" for her glorious dark chocolate dappled colouring. Cocoa stands at just under 14 hands and she is a glorious dark bay and white mare with a full long double mane and abundant silky straight feather. Known to be one of the prettiest cobs in Australia, Cocoa is also undoubtedly one of the best and proven Gypsy cobs in Australia being Dam to :
- Pepperwood Donatella
- Pepperwood Indianna
- Pepperwood Harlequin
- Pepperwood Amber-lee
- Pepperwood Anastacia
Little Dorrit of Pepperwood imp
Fondly known as "Pip" Little Dorrit was our first Gypsy Cob. She stands at 13.2 hands and is as traditional and tightas they come. She has placed at every show we have attended and to date has won 3 Grand Champions, 3 Supreme Champions, 2 Reserve Champions and 8 Firsts. She truly is the most amazing horse and has the most wonderful temperament.
Little Dorrit was purchased to be our foundation broodmare, sadly we were unaware that the dealer, Deidre Cash of Clononeen Farm sold us a barren mare, who is unable to ever have a foal.
Pip has now been trained in harness and you will often see us out and about on the roads around the Porongurup's in our lovey cart.
Pepperwood Donatella iiu
Pepperwood Donatella is our first born Gypsy Cob foal. She is pictured here at 4 years of age. She is showing the chunky, tight and perfect conformation that is a sign of her quality breeding. She boasts a long thick double mane, masses of silky straight feathering and a very pretty head with tiny ears. She is a pure solid black filly with 2 white socks and a small white star. She has undoubtedly developed into one of the best purebreds in Australia
Pepperwood Indianna is our newest addition to the stud. By John Brodie imp (standing at stud in NZ) out of Cocoa imp she is a bay and white tri coloured beauty very much like her dam. Pictured here at 18 months of age she is a perfect example of the traditional Gypsy Cob. She has a calm, gentle and inquisitive nature and we are excited to watch this young lady develop over the coming years.
Pepperwood Georgie Girl
Pepperwood Georgie Girl is our first drum filly foal by our stallion Brackenhill Joe Boy "BJ" and a granddaughter to the famous "Alfie of Brackenhill" UK. Born December 2012, she is a big solid type and is the first chestnut Drum filly in Australia, which is a rare colour indeed for a drum horse and she will be one of a kind within Australia. Her colour tests are nn, ee, aa. (No tobiano, homozygous red and no agouti . ) We are absolutely thrilled with this girl! Georgie girl has been retained by our stud.
Pepperwood Jessica, affectionately known as "Jesse" is our foundation Clydesdale mare and will be used breed drum horses. She stands at 16.2 hands.