Cat Creek Inuendo

Cat Creek Inuendo

2010 double Res. Supreme Champion Tulsa TAPS

2011 Tulsa Fair Grand Champion Section A

2012 1st Stallions Over 5, Central Regional Show

2nd in the 2012 and 2013 American National 5 and over stallions

Senior Champion Sec. A Stallion 2012 Tulsa Show

2013  American National and Tulsa State Fair Res. Sr. Champion Stallion

He won both stallion classes at the 2013 Red River Regional

This list of shows are the only shows we competed in those years.   He retired from halter in 2014 to give his foals a chance to show.  We are enjoying driving him.


Indy is not standing at public stud




Indy pictured at eight years old in a class where he was double reserve Supreme Champion at the TAPS show in Tulsa.

Click here to view his pedigree.

click to see the video of Indy’s last halter class when he was the Res.Champion Stallion at 2013 TSF and the American National.  

In a breed that is known for wonderful dispositions, Indy still stands out as a gentleman. It was love at first sight for me when I saw Indy at a show I was attending with a friend who had Welsh cobs and ponies.  I was not in the market for a pony but when he walked past me I was instantly converted from a horse person to a pony person.  I loved his topline,  his length of neck and of course that face.   So he lured us in to the Welsh Pony world and we now have eight lovely Welsh mares including  broodmares Randan Absolutely Gorgeous, Friarly Gwendoline, and our newest additions – Wondlerland’s Snow Queen and Wonderland’s Suzanne-both by the beautiful stallion who is such a mover – Young’s Main Attraction.  Movement is a big deal in Welsh and we search for movement when looking for a new pony.   In the early spring of 2012 Indy became a driving pony.  His trainer said ‘he was a dream to train.’  He has lots of go in harness when asked-just like our Morgans.  His pedigree is a bit of surprise to knowing breeders as he has some very old breeding up close.


His first foal for us – exactly what we wanted – a bouncing baby grey colt with tons of presence was born Memorial Day, 2013.  His barn name is Rocky and his registered name is GreyGlyn Independence.   Below-Alvesta Infinity by Indy.

Infinity edited pasture

Above:  1016 colt out of Randan Absolutely Gorgeous, res Champion Colt, American National, Judge McClelland and  2015 colt, Alvesta Infinity by Cat Creek Inuendo out of Alvesta Caris who is a Grand Champion as a yearling and owned by Alvesta Farm in Alberta Canada.

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GreyGlyn Gabriella, res. American National Champion filly 2015.

Friarly Gwendoline x Cat Creek Inuendo


Consistently placing first or second under 14 American and UK judges since we bought Indy says a lot for his breeding, conformation, presence and unusual beauty.

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Indy as a twelve year old.

Indy is our farm ambassador to any small child who visits.  He is the one they sit on or brush his legs.  He has such a peaceful spirit.  He was bred by long time breeder Sally Davidson with whom we enjoy sharing his successes.  We often have heard from his admirers that he is “the prettiest pony I ever saw.” I know that is what I thought when I first saw him.



Indy placed second in a nice Section A class of ten stallions at the 2013  WPCSA American National  (three nice imports in the class) and second at the Tulsa State Fair.

He was the 2013 res.  American National and Tulsa Champion Sr. Stallion,
one of the few unanimous placings of  G. Wyn Jones and Ms. Iverson.
He was also second at the 2012 American National and
Senior Champion Section A at the 2012 Tulsa State Fair
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A few of the foals by Cat Creek Inuendo in the last six years.

2019 colts, GreyGlyn Integrity and GreyGlyn Cat’s Pajamas by Indy. Dams are Verdrefawr Marina and Eos Artemisia.
GreyGlyn Arianna, aka Little Tess, by Indy and out of Eos Artemisia.
GreyGlyn Catarina by Indy and out of Verdrefawr Marina.
GreyGlyn Independence -Indy and Eos Alana. He is for sale as a driving pony.
GreyGlyn Bettina – Indy and Randan Absolutely Gorgeous
Indy on a very hot Kansas day trying to soak up some shade and catch the south breeze.


  1. I have a sport pony mare who stands 15 hands and has been my dressage horse and recently my diving project.
    Her mother was a champion diving mare in cde and pleasure competitions
    Her sire is a champion German riding pony (welsh/Trak)
    I am interested in producing a medium pony driving prospect with movement , temperament, and presence.
    I would like to know if you have a video of your stallion and has he been driven?
    I am in iowa

    • Ellen – I was in the process of buying a new stallion when I wrote you last. If you go to my facebook page – GreyGlyn Welsh Mountain Ponies at Imprint Farm you can see the new guy.

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