They quite well might have several quality Gypsies, which they breed, but have just not updated their website. However, I would find that unusual.
If you decide upon a horse while there, you should ask for a copy of the pedigree and make sure the horses have been DNA'd to the sires/dams, stated. They should probably be registered with some registry and there is also a very good, world wide DNA data base for the breed now.
If it is an older horse you decide upon, make sure you check under the feather, behind each fetlock, for signs of problems and/or CPL. You can get information on that, here... Chronic Progressive Lymphedema