APPROVED IDHA DRUM HORSE STALLIONS
The stallions on this page are true IDHA Drum Horse stallions registered with the IDHA. They represent the culmination of the careful combination of Gypsy Horse, Clydesdale and Shire bloodlines, creating the ultimate heavy riding horse. These stallions can be used to breed American Drum Horses when bred to the appropriate mares. Click here to see IDHA Foundation Stallions.
If you have questions regarding the breeding of IDHA Drum Horses please contact any of the Directors of this association.
1TON’s The Percussionist
2011 Drum Horse Stallion IDHA
Sire: D’ Jango Jazz, son of Lion King, Gypsy Vanner
Dam: 1TON’s De Ja Vue, Clydesdale
DNA Color: EE Aa nT
Current Height 16h @ 3 yrs old, still growing
Stud Fee: $1,000 w / $250 booking fee. Cooled Shipped Seaman only, includes collection and shipping for his introductory year.
Owned by :1TON Ranch, Howey in the Hills, FL
We call him Lionel. Lionel has one of the nicest heads I have ever seen on a draft horse. He has his Dam’s Hooked ears and his Sire’s eyes. His overall conformation is exceptional. Lionel has a very impressive show record includeing the 2014 Feathered Horse Classic Jacksonville, FL Grand Champion Drum Horse Halter. The 2013 FHC Jacksonville, FL Reserve Champion Drum Halter @ the tender age of 2. Please see our web site for more pictures and a list of his show placings.
Lionel is heavy boned like his sire and has always had a naturally muscular physique w/ an apple butt. Lionel has some of the Heaviest Feather you will see on a Drum Horse along with a long thick flowing mane and tail. He has nice strong barefoot hooves that are sound on rocky terrain. He is a quick learner and very even tempered. He consistently places well in Dressage Suitability in hand with three 1st place ribbons at the FHC shows. Lionel has natural athletic ability and is not lazy. He is always 1 of very few horses at the FHC shows who always uses the entire arena for his liberty class and he never has to be chased off the gate. He knows when the music stops, its time to be caught. Lionel can be hitchy with lots of action or use his extended trot well. He is currently being started under saddle and shows much promise in the area of dressage. He will be crossed trained in many disciplines like his Dam, so watch for him at a FHC Show near you.