Dunskin filly (colour tested) born 12th July 2010.
Peewit, as usual gave me the perfect birth. This little filly is the first girl Peewit has presented. Her previous four foals have all been colts. So extremely pleased. She has the tiniest bit of white between her eyes, no apparent socks at the moment. Peewit wanted a cuddle straight away and a few treats, she knew she had done very well.
Showing a lot of muscle already, more than her previous foals.
Born early hours Saturday, 24th April this is my first Quarab foal. Colour no surprise, lovely little filly with a small blaze and no other white.
This filly should be something special combining the endurance, lightness of the Arab and the agility. level headedness and biddability of the Quarter Horse. Ideal for Endurance/Le Trec etc or just a super show pony or family member.
Registered Part Bred with Arab Societies and AQHA
Born early hours of Friday, 23rd April. Savannah is the perfect brood mare and did it all herself. Beautiful dun colt, not a speck of white on him to be seen. Enormous legs. VERY dark dun at the moment, could be grullo.
Savannah feels very proud of her new arrival and therefore is not up for cuddling and congratulations for a day or two. She wants him all for herself and again, who am I to argue with nearly half a ton of protective Quarter Horse broodmare.
Savannah's babies have gone on to be very successful in Halter etc and this combination should be no different - a very exciting match. Fletcher will be for sale at weaning. Deposit secures
Fletcher has a hernia which is not causing a problem and it will be dealth with, by advice of the vet when he is gelded shortly.
SHEDDING HIS FOAL COAT, SO LOOKING LIKE A RAG BAG AT THE MOMENT, GOING VERY DARK UNDER ALL THAT!
Belle took advantage of the beautiful weather and birthed early a super grulla/dun filly. No white except for her blaze (don't know where that come from!)
Belle does this to me every time. She was the last to be covered by Rooster, but foaled first in the field (as usual), no matter what I do to try and have the baby in the stable, she prefers foaling out and I suppose she has the last say in the matter!
This combination of Belle and Rooster is proving absolutely sensational and all of their progeny are showing true potential, very quick to learn (sometimes frigteningly quick). Their temperament favours natural horsemanship as they need to know why they have to do something then will surpass your requirements by catching on very quickly and wanting to learn more at a phenomenal rate. Their babies do ask questions of you, but once you have their total trust they will walk through fire and water for you. Probably not for someone who has not taken on a youngster before to be perfectly honest.
to Johnathan from Southern Ireland.