SOLD: Not Too Paranoide


 Registered with the Jockey Club as Not Too Paranoide, "Punkin" was foaled in April of 2002. We purchased her sabino Thoroughbred dam I.B. Paranoide (our senior mare, Pet the Pill) as a yearling from her breeders. Punkin is the first foal out of Pet, and we could not be more pleased with her. She is registered as chestnut with Jockey Club, and is eligible for APHA registration as paint breeding stock through her sire, the sabino paint Thoroughbred stallion, Airdrie Apache. This is a superbly balanced filly, 15.2HH at three years, with terrific flat bone and wonderful feet. She matured right at 16 hands, with tons of power and jumping ability.

Punkin is the girl next door, outgoing, cheerful, sweet, always ready with a smooch and a pet. These pictures were taken at about 35 days under saddle. Her trainer was free jumping her up to 3'-9" at four years of age , and under saddle as well. She showed great scope and tidy form, and loved her work, and was always ready to give a little more.

She is sound, athletic, and very capable to go on in a performance career, or has fantastic genetic potential for your breeding program. Her dam is a granddaughter of the immortal jumper sire Transworld, sire of multiple champion steeplechaser Lonesome Glory. Both her sire and dam are sabino Thoroughbreds, and the sabino gene may very well crop out if she's mated to a stallion who carries the color gene.


 This girl has outstanding potential as a performance mare and in the future as a breeding mare. We were very pleased to see her go to a competition home where she can realize her full potential.

We sold her as a rising five year old, then lost track of her. Now (2011) she has been purchased by a lovely family whose daughter is eventing her in Pony Club. We wish this fine young mare the very best of futures in her new ownership.

We retain her dam as our senior broodmare, and her two other female siblings are also staying on with us. This is a female family of true athletes who pass on the "good stuff" regardless of the breed or type of the stallion they are bred to.


Freejumping at four years. Photos taken from video.
Freejumping at four years. Photos taken from video.

Ridden at six years. Photos by Straight Forward Horses..


Freejumping at four years. Photo taken from video