Windstar Welsh Ponies

Registered Section B Welsh ponies

Welcome to Windstar Welsh Ponies

Windstar Farm was established in 1987 after purchasing two Welsh ponies, Berry Pepper (Texas Bright Light x Texas Blackberry) and La Petite Rouge (Spring Valley's Monarch x Berry Pepper). Berry quickly became Katie's show pony and arrangements were made for Loppy to move in with Jane Cozart outside Moran, Texas. 

It became apparent rather quickly that both mares had come with  "bonuses."  Following Jane's advice, we joined the Welsh society and prepared to welcome our first babies.  This required choosing a prefix and the girls won the rights to naming the farm which is also our prefix.  Katie and Claire suggested Windstar as it was windy in the day and starry at night; thus Windstar Welsh ponies was born. All our foals carry this prefix and are named after celestial objects.

At Jane's Pecan Creek pony farm, Loppy became a "spoiled rotten porch pony" and produced four outstanding foals.  More importantly, she served as the catalyst for a wonderful friendship between Jane and I which lasted until her death July 25, 2011.  Jane (the beloved WWW) brought wit, wisdom, love and opportunity into my life.  Not only did she pass along her love of the Welsh breed, I was privileged to have inherited her elegant stallion, Pecan Creek's Standing Ovation.

 "Stanley" was a stay at home guy, content to graze in fields  overlooking a peaceful valley. However, you would find his blue ribbon offspring at Welsh shows, on the trails, competing at dressage shows, at pony club events, hunter jumper  shows, at driving events, putting smiles on children's faces at charity events and truck stops. They also won the Get of Sire Class at Welsh Nationals the last time it was held and the competition was impressive!

Unfortunately, Stanley was killed by a speeding driver distracted by her phone on September 21, 2016 and I have left his information up on his memory page. His last foal is a gorgeous palomino gelding who is being shown this year along with his son, Windstar Zodiac, foaled September 5, 2014. Zodiac is a spectacular colt out of Gayfield's Minnie the Mermaid who is in training with Joshua Hill at Salado Creek Riding Club.  His first foal out of Windstar Celeste arrived on February 15, 2018 and the second one, out of Windstar Lyrid arrived on March 2d.  We are expecting one more foal by Kenley Trademark and out of Gayfield's Minnie the Mermaid in July.

Our four brood mares are all trained to ride and are pampered daily!  We raise and show one or two foals a year, which are available after the end of their two year old show season.  By then they have a solid foundation of desirable skills and are ready for new homes. Our goal is to raise kind, trusting, confident, conformationally correct, elegant ponies with good bone in a safe and fun environment.  Performance temperament is the top priority and our ponies are suitable for both children and adults as Jane firmly believed ponies should never be "sadly outgrown."

We are an easy 5 mile drive from Lorena, TX  which is between Austin and Dallas on I-35 and would love to have you visit our farm. For more information, or to set a time to visit, please contact:

Pat Kultgen

April 25, 2018



This is a short drone video of our lower pasture on April 24, 2018 by Michaelangelo Flores. I hope you enjoy it as much as we do!

Windstar Twilight Wishes at the National CDE event, December 2017.  This beautiful five year old mare, owned and shown by Sharon Young and trained by Gary Yeager (Ocala, Florida), wowed the field!  This was her first competition at the preliminary level and she placed 5th overall! Congrats to this wonderful team!

 smart, athletic and bold!

Cross country...FUN!

Summer time fun! Follow the link below to 30 seconds of our foals frolicking!