HYT War Drums Sebastian


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.

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HYT War Drums Sebastian

2010 Drum Horse Stallion – F2
Registered IDHA# DO229S
Height: 15.3H (still growing)
DOB: 6/2010
DNA: EE, aa, PSSM1 Negative
Sire: OMF Apollo (Drum) Dam: HYT Oh Suzanna (Clydesdale)
Percentages: 56.25% Clydesdale, 12.5% Shire 31.25% Gypsy

Sebastian is a great example of a draft breed that can easily be ridden and/or used for cart pulling. In 2015, at just 5 years old he is showing USDF 2nd Level Dressage and schooling 3rd Level. He has a willing desire to work hard, try endlessly and please his rider no matter the discipline. Sebastian has spent 6 days moving cattle from the low country to the high country in eastern Oregon, as well as moving them in small confined areas. He can then turn around and do a breed or Dressage show the following weekend without blinking an eye. He has breed standard conformation and amazing gaits with a nice forward walk, animated-lofty trot and a rocking horse canter. Sebastian’s career is well underway with great scores in Dressage as well as winning Supreme Grand Champion at the Mt. Hood Gypsy and Drum show in 2015. His first breed show! We are excited to show the world that large, beautiful Drums can be a successful showing, working and riding horses. We are offering cooled or fresh semen. He has begun standing in 2015 and will have his first of many babies on the ground spring of 2016.

Bill & Melanie Woody
971-246-7003 or 971-281-4477