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Gay-Pat Stormy (A-34744) 1991 Sec. A Welsh (Coed Coch Pernod x Dandardel Tammie)


"Stormin" is registered with the WPCSA, VPBA, and the American Warmblood Society. He continues to produce outstanding foals that are winning in a variety of disciplines. His foal, First Encounter, was Reserve at Devon. Meteor Hill Joint Effort, was South East Regional Champion 2004 and rated 3rd in the nation in Adult 1/2 Welsh Pleasure Pony as a three year old! Stormin throws his gorgeous head, athletic ability, floating trot, and correct conformation to his babies. Look for more of his offsprings to excel in the near future.





Learning a new job


In 2004, Stormin started learning to pull a cart.





He seems to be catching on to this cart thing


Between breeding his mares, Stormin settles in to training.





Fabio has nothing on Stormin!






Stormin at Stallion Parade 2006






Stormin "hanging out" in stall waiting his turn to show off.






Stormin possing for pictures at Parade






Stormin "Catching some air"






Strutting his stuff...






Gay-Pat Stormy


Gay-Pat Stormy 1991-2006

May 22, 2006 Meteor Hill Welsh had to say good bye to our beloved Stallion and friend.  "Stormin" was a great asset to our family and farm and will be greatly missed.  We still have a few of his offspring that we will be offering for sale throughout the next few years. 





Westwood Caper 1997-2006


August 9, 2006 Meteor Hill Welsh and Sport Ponies had to say goodbye to our loving Sec. A mare "Caper".  In a day full of frolic and running we were saddend by a "freak" accident and had to allow her to pass over the rainbow bridge.  She will be greatly missed by all of us here and our "extended family" of 4-hers many of whom learned about ponies and riding with Caper.  She will forever be in our hearts and memories, as we are comforted by the thought that she is over that bridge playing with Gay-Pat Stormy and many other horses and ponies that have already crossed. We want to express a heartfelt thank you to all who have called or written with thoughts and prayers since this has happend.http://www.meteorhill.com/mares.htm





Meteorhill Lady Liberty 2002-2007


We are very sad to say that Meteorhill Lady Liberty, AKA Libby has crossed over the rainbow bridge to join her Mother (Westwood Caper)and Father (Gay-Pat Stormy). We received a call saying that the stable hand could not find her early that morning when doing head count of our ponies in the back field. When we reached her she was laying in the woods and when she stood up we saw that she had broken her rear left cannon bone clean in half. It was a very sad day for us all to have to say good bye to such a wonderful and sweet little mare, but we are comforted by thoughts of her running and playing with her parents on the other side of the bridge. http://www.meteorhill.com/youngstock.htm