1991 Buckskin Chincoteague Pony Mare
Little Beebe is a solid buckskin mare. She is the first non Misty family Chincoteague Pony that Kendy Allen ever bought. Kendy and Maureen Beebe went in "halfies" for her at the 1991 auction, and because of this she earned the name Little Beebe. She went to live on the Allens' farm in Manheim, Pennsylvania, and there she was raised and trained under saddle. Little Beebe was later sold to Andrienne Zimmerman, who was a member of the Chincoteague Drill Team. Little Beebe became part of the Drill Team, as well as competing in horse shows and placed consistently in the ribbons.
When Andrienne became too big for Little Beebe, Kendy Allen sold the mare for her, along with the stallion Lightning of Chincoteague, to Lisa Christian of Cool Winds Ranch in Texas. Little Beebe was in foal to Cezanne when she left. In 2000 she had her first foal a solid bay filly named Hailey. Little Beebe had four foals by Lightning of Chincoteague: 2003 chestnut colt Scorpio, 2004 buckskin pinto Zebe Beebe Bella, 2008 bay mare Little Lightning, and 2009 palomino mare Beebe's Flash of Lightning. Zebe Beebe Bella followed in her dam's footsteps by becoming a member of the Chincoteague Pony Drill Team. Little Beebe's last foal was a buckskin pinto filly named Black Eyed Susan sired by Island Wildfire in 2010.
Little Beebe finally made her way into the Misty legacy by being bred to Misty II's Henry in 2004. She gave birth to a beautiful palomino pinto colt named Misty's Flash Flood. In March 2007 Little Beebe produced a very special palomino pinto filly, also sired by Henry, who was given the name Misty III.
Little Beebe is now a beloved semi-retired children's riding pony.
Little Beebe as a member of the Chincoteague Pony Drill Team
Little Beebe and Misty's Flash Flood (Photo courtesy of Lisa Christian)
Little Beebe and Misty III (Photo courtesy of Lisa Christian)