(This is probably the only way Glenbaer can get a pic of her where Misty's not pressing her nose to the camera.)
She's 11 weeks now and has really filled out. I still haven't seen her in person, although I do intend to get out to see her one of these days. When you've been traveling non-stop for four months, what's one more destination?
Kissy Kiss seems to enjoy her new domestic life. I wasn't sure how that would work out, given that she'd spent 8 of her first 11 years shuttling from track to track, but she's quite happy looking after her daughter.
Wonderful foals! JER you must be thrilled, and BFNE...wow, I think I'd repeat that cross, too!
My colt is about 3 weeks old, growing like a weed, and full of personality (as boys usually are!). He's been very easy to work with, even stands to be hosed off in the yard when it's hot. My only regret is that he's going gray, and won't stay dark and handsome with his chrome. And I'll have many more years of QuicSilver (thanks, mare!). Photo 1Photo 2
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? Albert Einstein