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2013 Foal Announcements! Let's see those babies!

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  • #81
    I am just getting ready to turn the cameras on! It is so exciting to see all the foals arriving Happy, safe foaling everyone!
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    • #82
      We have a Bugatti x Flemmingh foal due NOW...but the mare doesn't seem to agree with the due date...;>))))
      Sue Myers
      www.MistyMeadowsHorseFarm.com

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      • #83
        Aww Mary Lou, thanks for posting the video. Your little guy is just wayyy too sweet )
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        • #84
          This year's foals look great, so cute, so much WHITE - crazy markings!. I love seeing the photos and hearing the news. No foals here until May so getting to enjoy yours now stressfree! Worth A Shot, that is SOME little pony foal! How cute is he?

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          • #85
            L&L - nice foal and a gorgeous mare!

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            • #86
              Originally posted by Kerole View Post
              L&L - nice foal and a gorgeous mare!

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              • #87
                Homeagainfarms Going to be quite the picture when he's all grown up, looks like he's going to be black? and all that lovely chrome

                Northillfarm Glad to see we aren't the only ones with babies in the snow

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                • #88
                  Our first foal was born March 2, 2013 - a chestnut filly by Sir Gregory out of our wonderful Injoy (Ideal/Argentinus/Gepard). We are beyond thrilled with her and feel she is one of the nicest babies we have ever had out of 30+. We are strongly considering keeping her for our program as her dam is 17 this year.

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                  Pic at a week old - more to come but the weather has been deplorable... ugh
                  Signature Sporthorses
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                  • #89
                    Buckskin Warmblood Filly !

                    On March 16th, Macy's Rainbow (Mannhattan x Delilah/Vosmaer) presented us with a stunning buckskin filly with four socks and a blaze . She was born on the anniversary of my father's death <sad smile>...so we've decided to name her Georgia Gold - My father's name was George. She's also pretty darn precocious - marches right up to whoever walks in the stall. We're pretty darn tickled with her.

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                    Kathy St.Martin
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                    • #90
                      Oh my goodness Avalon... I'm in love (as I'm sure you are as well haha!). You're dad definitely had a little helping hand in creating that beauty Happy tears!

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                      • #91
                        Originally posted by L&L View Post
                        Homeagainfarms Going to be quite the picture when he's all grown up, looks like he's going to be black? and all that lovely chrome
                        Thanks L&L. Yes, he will be black. His mama is so special and she gave him her chrome as icing on the cake. Very happy with this baby!
                        Mary Lou
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                        • #92
                          Avalon - who is the sire of your sweet buckskin?

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                          • #93
                            That would be their very own Goldmaker
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                            • #94
                              Originally posted by Kerole View Post
                              Avalon - who is the sire of your sweet buckskin?
                              <smile>...As JB noted, Goldmaker is the sire. We're pretty thrilled with her, to say the least !

                              Originally posted by Irish_Love View Post
                              Oh my goodness Avalon... I'm in love (as I'm sure you are as well haha!). You're dad definitely had a little helping hand in creating that beauty Happy tears!
                              <smile>..Yeah...I think he was beaming, actually !
                              Kathy St.Martin
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                              • #95
                                Lovely filly,Signature!

                                Avalon, yours too!

                                2013 is a good year.

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                                • #96
                                  Black filly (PresidioxGraf Genius) followed 15 minutes later by black stud colt (PresidioxSingular Joter) on 2/15/ Bay stud colt (PresidioxWolkenstein II) 3/16. Only five more to go.
                                  Cindy Bergmann
                                  Canterbury Court
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                                  • #97
                                    Some new pics:

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                                    He is ALL boy. Sigh.

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                                    • #98
                                      New Cowtown Cat filly

                                      Here is our new filly, barn name Primrose. Born 2/25/13 - she is a TB filly out of our nice G2 producing mare, Out of Money. Very forward and brave filly.

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                                      • #99
                                        Originally posted by BaysofourLives View Post
                                        My first foal! "Amorous" (aka Ginger) was born at 930pm Friday night after a very easy and quick delivery. She is by Amazing and out of Oro (Rapport/Frannat)

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                                        If she ever winds up missing, I'm innocent
                                        That FACE, what a cutie!
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                                        -fry & laurie

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                                        • Originally posted by L&L View Post
                                          Northillfarm Glad to see we aren't the only ones with babies in the snow
                                          Yes, this is the first year we've bred for early foals...guess it figures we'd have the winter that never ends

                                          Finally got a new camera and got some better photos this morning. We just love this girl!!
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