Wellington County Gypsy Horses owned by Katherine and Dennis Mutti and based south of Elora, ON. Breeding, training selling high quality Gypsy Vanner Horses.    We are located between Guelph and Elora, Ontario.  Our Gypsy Vanner Horses come from reputable breeders such as Wild Creek Farms in Ohio, Big Pine Farm in Georgia and Blue Feather Farms in Illinois and Florida.   Pedigrees include such impressive horses as Roadsweeper UK, the Paddy Horse, Arctic Winter, Romany King, and SD Chief.   Foals for sale upon weaning.  Wellington Co. Gypsy Horses specializes in quality not quantity.  Kathy is acting coordinator of the Canadian Gypsy Vanner Horse Club, on the Advisory Committee of Vanner Fair and is SEcretary of the GVHS, The Gypsy Vanner Horse Society.  Our mares Andromeda (Andi), and Sasha (WCF RK Sashay) are both broke to ride.  Sasha is ridden by trainer Kendra Taylor in Silver Training Level Dressage shows.  They have won several show Championships this season at this level.   Stallion, Alaskan Winter, Alaska, is homozygous black.  He is broke to ride. Proven offspring includes Shadow, Mowgli, Tartok and Juneau.  
SOLD:   Gypsy Vanner Gelding, Alaskan Winter  

Born: 6/21/2007
GVHS # GV00833F1







FOR SALE:   Gypsy Vanner Filly, Kenai! GVHS Reg.# GV02573

Foaled: March 24, 2013
$6,500

Now three years old, Wellington Kenai (we pronounce it Keena) is green broke to ride (walk-trot) and looking for her new home.  Her dam, Sasha, is out of the stallion Romany King, DNA proven Granddaughter of the Old Horse of Wales,  National Dressage Bronze & Gold medal winner and Evaluated GVHS Gold Medallion Vanner!!  Sire, Alaska, has proven to pass on his finest traits to his foals. One well respected U.S. Vanner breeder describes him as follows, "very well balanced with a wonderful short back. He has a perfect gypsy build & nice apple butt. He has good definition of muscle, and just a ‘quality’ look to him. He is the result of well-respected lines top and bottom in the UK and you can just see that coming through in him."