Appalachian Farmstead was fortunate to purchase Frontier Legends Ruby Stone towards the end of 2017. She produced two beautiful foals for us before her untimely death in 2021. Ruby
was a well-known halter champion, having been named both NMDA and ADMS National Champion Jennet, as well as multiple other championships over a show career spanning the years
2006-2009. Ruby was a beautiful 2005 sorrel jennet by Short ASSets Starfire and out of Frontier Legends Lizzie Johnson Williams.
Frontier Legends Cinna, Ruby's 2013 foal, has continued her mother's winning ways by achieving 2016 NMDA National Champion Jennet/Best of Breed, 2017 NMDA Reserve National Champion
Jennet, 2019 ADMS National Champion Donkey, and 2022 NMDA National Champion Jennet/Best of Breed. Ruby's 2017 jack foal, Frontier Legends Kid Curry, was named the Grand Champion
Jack at the 2018 Fort Worth Livestock Show. Ruby's 2018 foal named Farmstead's Popcorn Sutton and sired by our sorrel jack, Country Music's Rusty Weir, was named ADMS Reserve
Champion Donkey at 9 months of age, as well as being named Junior Champion Donkey for the two shows at which he has been shown! Her last foal born to our farm in 2020 is
Farmstead's Ruby Iris, who is also sired by Country Music's Rusty Weir and has been named the NMDA 2021 National Champion Yearling Jennet, as well as Reserve Junior Champion at the
Music City Show in 2022!
Appalachian Farmstead is fortunate to own two superb jennet foals produced by Ruby Stone that will continue to pass Ruby's outstanding genetics to future foals!