With our Embryo Program, you can get the Gypsy Vanner Horse of your dreams, for the best price. We've been doing embryo babies with our horses for over a decade, and there have been many wonderful additions to the Gypsy Vanner Horse breed because of this program.
With our Embryo Program you get to choose the Sire, and the Dam of your foal.
Once you have made your choice, we will breed the mare you have chosen with the stallion you have chosen, and at the appropriate time flush her for the Embryo.
We then take the embryo and place it inside one of our Recipient Mule Moms.
Once the Mule can be confirmed in foal, she is available to be transferred at your expense to a location of your choice for her care, until the foal is born, and then weaned.
Once your Gypsy Vanner Horse foal has been weaned, you can ship the Mule Mom, back to us at your expense.
We do offer an option to keep, and care for your leased Mule Mom here at Gypsy Gold until the time of weaning. After your foal has been weaned here, you can come get your new baby, and take him or her home with you.
Cost for Embryo Foal Includes:
Lease for Mule Mom
Live Foal Guarantee
If you'd like for us to care for your Mule Mom, have her foal here at Gypsy Gold, and care for her and your foal through weaning. We can do that for you for an additional fee of $4,000. Which would be a total of:
Our Monthly payment plan is as follows:
Initial Cost: $14,000
Remaining balance due before the foal can go home to you: $11,500
It will take 16 months for your foal to be born then weaned, so $11,500 divided into 16 months = $718.75 per month.
We can not guarantee color or sex of the foal, however if for any reason you are not satisfied with your foal, we do offer services to help sell your foal and find an appropriate buyer. Our genetics are highly desired and sought after all over the world. Most horses we offer for sale, do not stay for sale long. The majority of our young colts and fillies sell within their first 6 months - 1 year.
We like to use the saying: "You get what you pay for." and what we mean by that is that your horse should you choose to sell it, should have no problem returning your investment to you, and often times you'd be able to sell for more than your original investment and provide you with a bonus.