1976 Palomino Pinto Mare
Beebe Breeze was Breezy's first offspring and the only member her line to live to adulthood. Her sire is unknown, though there have been statements made of him being a buckskin stallion or possibly the stallion Mugwah. Beebe Breeze had her grandmother's beautiful palomino pinto coloring and also resembles her in body. Kendy Allen reported her to be a gorgeous little mare, and she was one of Celina Boltinghouse's favorite ponies when Celina worked on the Pony Farm.
Beebe Breeze lived on the Pony Farm for most of her life and she was a successful broodmare. She is the reason Breezy's line survives today. Celina reported that Beebe Breeze did not like strangers around her new foals and would threaten them if they got too close. Beebe Breeze's first known foal was Spring Breeze a filly born in 1983. Her next foal was Thunder II born in 1984, however Gentle Breeze may be her foal from that year as there was a mix-up when the year's foals were weaned. The following year Beebe Breeze had Whirlwind, a chestnut filly. Stormcloud was Beebe Breeze's first son, a chestnut born in 1986. Misty's Sunpiper, a colt who carried his mother's palomino coloring, was foaled in 1988. Beebe Breeze's last foal was born in 1990 and was a palomino pinto colt named Wings O' Mist.
Like so many ponies Beebe Breeze's later life is vague. It was known that she was bought by Mike Pryor in the early 1990's but on the way to his farm she became injured on the trailer. She did recover and spent the next few years in Pennsylvania on Pryor's farm. She was reported to have passed away sometime in 1998.
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