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  1. #21
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    So exciting! So many years since my last babies! Two maidens and coming soon:

    My home bred Simone (Signoret): Sir Caletto X Miss Marple bred to Sir Wanabi...due date March 20 but I bet early April.

    Then my TB mare "Flying Mountain" due May 5 also in foal to Sir Wanabi!


    Good luck everyone!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 3Dogs View Post
    So exciting! So many years since my last babies! Two maidens and coming soon:

    My home bred Simone (Signoret): Sir Caletto X Miss Marple bred to Sir Wanabi...due date March 20 but I bet early April.

    Then my TB mare "Flying Mountain" due May 5 also in foal to Sir Wanabi!


    Good luck everyone!
    How exciting! Please show us pictures when the foal is finally here!
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  3. #23
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    I am also expecting a Sir Wanabi foal this year, same matching as last year (mare is by Don Gregory) when I unfortunately lost the foal from dystocia at delivery. Needless to say, I will be on pins and needles until the end of May! This is probably her last foal before she gets to enjoy full retirement, i'm a nervous wreck...


    thanks everyone for posting foal pictures, so nice to see:-)



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    Quote Originally Posted by Dorienna View Post
    I am also expecting a Sir Wanabi foal this year, same matching as last year (mare is by Don Gregory) when I unfortunately lost the foal from dystocia at delivery. Needless to say, I will be on pins and needles until the end of May! This is probably her last foal before she gets to enjoy full retirement, i'm a nervous wreck...


    thanks everyone for posting foal pictures, so nice to see:-)
    Oh Dorienna - fingers crossed BIG time for you and your mare! With two maidens I am also a nervous wreck but for you? My extra extra good vibes!!!!!

    And thanks MCarverS!!!!
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  5. #25
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    First one here too!! congrats to all so far

    Benidetto out of Hochadel/Laurice Crusador mare. Leggy, super neck and so elastic already!

    let me see if I can upload o photo or go to my facebook
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  6. #26
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    My first foal arrived. Very beautiful colt by Romanov out of a Wolkenstein II - Matcho - Grenadier mare out of the damline of Stallion Dresemann and Grafenburg.
    He is built very uphill and is very selfconfident already. I was not able to take a fullbody pic. He was out for the second time yesterday. His canter looks very promising. loose and elastic. Did ot want to trot though ... Hope to be able to post more pics/Video in a few days on my facebook or homepage.

    Here is the link to the facebook album:

    (Hope iot works)

    http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?s...4099778&type=3
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  7. #27
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    We welcomed a Colt last night by Pacific x Indoctro x Celano. Healthy and happy foal! We've posted photos on our Facebook page for everyone to see. 1 down 4 to go!
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  8. #28
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    Our foals are born in our Southern Hemisphere spring/summer so they're a little older than the rest on here.

    I had two foals this season, both by Prestige VDL.

    Timbermill Prestiva (Eva) is huge and shows all the signs of being a superior dressage competitor. She is the sweetest, most uncomplicated foal I've ever had. She's also the biggest by a long way!

    Timbermill Zurich (Ricky) is uber-refined with an exquisite head. He's cheeky and confident and stunning. He went to his first show yesterday aged 10 weeks (a big Royal event) and won or placed in every class and came away with Reserve Champion Junior Sport Horse against 2-3 year olds. I'm so pleased with him!



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    This morning our star mare Injoy (Ideal/Argentinus/Gepard) presented to us a darling chestnut filly with blaze and two small socks by Sir Gregory. Can't wait to see how she unfolds. "Sophie" has a lovely, dishy face and well set long neck on a big sloping shoulder.

    We have two more mares that will probably foal within the next week, and then three more after that in early April. Whew!
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  10. #30
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    And just down the road from Signature we welcomed our first foal of the year yesterday morning, a Jazz - Consul colt! He's big and beautiful! Chestnut with a star/snip and two hind socks. This will be the mares last foal as she's 20 now and her arthritis is getting worse, so she'll be a pasture puff and babysitter from now on. His owner who is my business partner has named him Honor Guard GSH as he was born just 5 days before her 10 year mark in the Navy. He'll be registered with the KWPN-NA. Our next two aren't due until middle of April and beginning of June . Those two are mine and I can't wait!
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  11. #31
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    First of the season to foal out at Damrock Farm! Filly out of a Bettor's Delight mare by Rock n Roll Heaven. Healthy and strong, even though mom chose to have her outside in a nice muddy paddock rather than a warm, deeply bedded stall.

    Here's a slide show of her first hour on earth. Enjoy!

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    YAYAY babies - keep them coming (I need distraction given two maidens coming due soooooon )

    Congrats Damrock (cute photo essay) and mlcoursin!!!!
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    Our one and only foal for 2012 arrived this morning! Our Ferro/Donnerhall mare was bred to Rashka and we got a lovely long legged bay colt with four white high stockings and a large broken blaze. He has a great trot already, but haven't seen any other gaits yet...

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    Lovely babies everyone! Living vicariously through you all again this year!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mlcoursin View Post
    His owner who is my business partner has named him Honor Guard GSH as he was born just 5 days before her 10 year mark in the Navy.
    Love that name!
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    This is a photo of Colorado's first foal of the year. I think they got color ! How cute is he???!!!
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    Oh my goodness, what a darling. I love the color! LOVE!!!
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  18. #38
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    Love him! Had an appy that was born very similar to this one, as he got older he "roaned" out and the darker color faded to a very cool varnished color. He now looks like a leopard appy, but the Appaloosa registry chose "roan" as his color.



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    He is gorgeous!
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    what a cutie!
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