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2013 Foal Announcements! Let's see those babies!

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  • WitsEnd,
    How old is she in that video? She looks like a Big filly! And yes, very spunky indeed! Thanks for the laugh
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    • Alejandro by Albarez (Alcatraz/Loutano) out of Cuba (Continue/Weinberg/Pilot) - updated pictures at one month old. These were taken right after I body clipped him, so don't look too closely at his coat!
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      • We had a filly born on 5/28. Very easy delivery! She is by Riverman (HOL) out of Romanesque (Laurinn - Carolus I). I am assuming she will grey. Pictured at 10 days old.

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        • Introducing the KWPN-Na colt Ivy League by Paganini Crown (xHavidoff) out of Adessa Keur (xKoss), born May 13, 2013. I think that this spectacular bay colt is the best foal that I have produced. At 3 weeks of age he showed that he has springs in his feet and should be an outstanding dressage prospect! Adessa is out of Odessa (xAhoy) who was named Gelders Horse of the Year in 2012, in the Netherlands. Adessa tied for the highest score in the North American keurings in 2008. Ivy League's full sister Hanna-Dessa was awarded Premium at the Keurings last year and named North American Champion Foals/Weanlings - Gelders. I am eager to hear what the KWPN jury thinks of this colt. Please visit my farm Facebook page to see more photos and video of this lovely baby!

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          • Our last mare of the season foaled last night at 11:45 a very large chestnut filly (Amazing/Minardi/Gold Legend) with 4 perfectly matched stockings and a blaze. I am thrilled with her, so correct, well marked, and sweet to boot!

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            • Originally posted by skydy View Post
              Nanilio, I can't see yours. Is it because I'm not on facebook?
              I have made the albums public...beyond that I'm not sure why you wouldn't be able to see them. Perhaps someone tech saavy can enlighten me.
              Nani Lio Farm, LLC
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              • Nani, wow oh wow!! She's got serious bone and looks huge! Her markings are absolutely perfect Really nice filly
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                • Oh Nani that's a lovely foal. And such a gorgeous mare too! Ditto JB, her markings are perfect, even down to the not-too-fat blaze.

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                  • Thank you so much JB and Kerole! I am so pleased with her and will repeat the cross. She is HUGE! Her dam is my smallest mare at 15.2 but the filly is several inches taller than the two that are a week old. Her foals tend to be large but this filly has taken the cake. The mare needs to write the book on how textbook foalings are done. A nice foaling to follow the red bag from the mare before!
                    Nani Lio Farm, LLC
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                    • That's great to hear this filly didn't cause the mare any trouble foaling. It's so scary to see a foal come out looking several weeks old already! LOL
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                      • Rubignon x Liberty Gold/Donnerschall

                        Three weeks old...Roustabout ESE, by Rubignon x EM Lucia ESE (Liberty Gold x Donnerschall/Wilhelm Tell II) He is a total peach!!



                        Here he is hanging out with my 2 month old Wolkentanz II x Rouletto filly:

                        LLT

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                        • Oh Lord those ears are just too cute!

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                          • On June 13 we welcomed a chestnut filly Tia by World Cup winner Tinka's Boy out of Heidewolke (Hildebrand). https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?f...type=1&theater

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                            • These were TOO cute not to share. Mine's the one with the star.


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                              • ok, i *finally* get to announce - after 367 days - that on June 14th we had a filly!

                                From my Wolkentanz I mare Wolkendame, by GRP Manchester City. She is everything i dreamed of and more!

                                Not sure what color she will be: maybe dark brown or sooty buckskin - she has looong legs, a lovely pony head, loads of mane and tail, a lovely coat and just a few hours old already had many of the same mannerisms as my mare.

                                Did i mention i am in love?

                                Thanks to Nancy @ Crosiadore Farm for bringing Manchester City to the US and for being great to work with!

                                I think both Chester & Sophie should be very proud!

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                                ps - i am on the hunt for names!

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                                • The little man arrived!

                                  Breeding season has been busy so we're a little late posting this guy born April 27th, 2013.

                                  We are thrilled with this gentleman who we have named Imari S "Ari" by Catoki out of Julia du Brio (Diamant Rouge II x Kapoc). The only thing we wish is that he was a She!

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                                  • Wow, what a powerful jumper build! Lovely.

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                                    • Thank you Kerole!
                                      Ryu Equestrian & Facebook Page
                                      Breeding Horses Today, for the Equestrian Sport of Tomorrow.
                                      Osteen & Gainesville, Florida.

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                                      • We just took some new pictures of our Fidertanz x De Niro filly. And here's the 3 first released by the photograph. We are very happy!! And pretty excited to get more

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                                        • OMG spike, that filly makes me GASP!!!
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