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2013 Foal Announcements! Let's see those babies!

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  • We started early as well with the keeper filly we were hoping for! Here is Legendary NHF (AKA "Ruby") by Don Alfredo out of our foundation mare Legacy (Salut/Magnet).
    https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?...1&l=1e40942ee5

    1 down 3 to go! Next up is our SPS Wega X Balou Du Rouet baby..."due date" of April 1.
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    • my t.b. mare ionia xx had her filly "carly" by conen (chequille/landclassic) just couple of days ago - she is the greatest joy to watch play&fight gravity:

      http://www.hippologi.com/carly.htm

      scroll further down for pictures - just love her!
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      http://muensterland-pferde.de

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      • SHe is beatiful Fannie-Mae!
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        • I only have one due this year and I still have quite a wait: 340 day mark is June 28th! But I'm ok with that. The mare won't be bred back this year, as this will be her 4th foal in a row and I think she deserves a year off.

          I notice all the BLACK foals being born! I've never had a black foal, but my (chestnut) mare is in foal to Soprano and he's homozygous for dark, so I should get either dark bay or black. That will be fun.

          Breeding: Soprano is the sire and the mare is by Weltmeyer o/o a Batido (Bolero) daughter. I bred her to Schroeder 2 yrs ago and that filly is amazing!! So I'm thinking she crosses well with the SH sons.

          We'll see....I still don't get that excited....still along way from a healthy foal on the ground.

          Safe foaling to all!!

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          • Originally posted by Kyzteke View Post
            I only have one due this year and I still have quite a wait: 340 day mark is June 28th! But I'm ok with that. The mare won't be bred back this year, as this will be her 4th foal in a row and I think she deserves a year off.

            I notice all the BLACK foals being born! I've never had a black foal, but my (chestnut) mare is in foal to Soprano and he's homozygous for dark, so I should get either dark bay or black. That will be fun.

            Breeding: Soprano is the sire and the mare is by Weltmeyer o/o a Batido (Bolero) daughter. I bred her to Schroeder 2 yrs ago and that filly is amazing!! So I'm thinking she crosses well with the SH sons.

            We'll see....I still don't get that excited....still along way from a healthy foal on the ground.

            Safe foaling to all!!
            Ooh Kyzteke, that mare has produced some lovely foals, I'm sure her Soprano baby will be gorgeous!

            I'm really excited for my Coconut Grove foal, due mid June, out of a Heling/Malachit mare (bred by Galten Farms) who has produced 4 fantastic babies, all phenomenal movers with lovely necks, size (around the 17 hand mark) and unbeatable temperaments. I'm really looking forward to seeing this cross since this will be the first time the mare has been bred to a full TB. I'm thinking (hoping) for an upper level event prospect. Can't wait!

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            • Originally posted by *Tradewind* View Post
              Ooh Kyzteke, that mare has produced some lovely foals, I'm sure her Soprano baby will be gorgeous!
              Yes, she has! Of her three foals, the last two won their inspections, were graded Gold Premium, and finished 12th & 3rd in the nation respectively. So I am VERY excited about this foal.

              The Weltmeyer/SH really do seem to nick well; the W-making a better, quicker hind-leg, and the SH giving a modern frame to the picture. At least that's the plan...

              And I love that Soprano has Contender as a damsire; I think that was an
              interesting choice, but it seemed to have worked.

              But again, I'm a nervous nellie when it comes to foaling and I TRY to not get all excited too early in the game (like before they're 3!). We'll see....

              And there are some lovely foals due this year.

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              • Still too early for ours yet, like Kyzteke I'm not excited yet Seems so far away still as two of the girls took their time catching.
                Expecting 3, all going well, 2x Irish Draught and 1 x IDSH. (More blacks , one has a very strong chance of being black, one will most likely be born black but will grey, and I'd give money on the IDSH being a bay)

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                • Originally posted by fannie mae View Post
                  my t.b. mare ionia xx had her filly "carly" by conen (chequille/landclassic) just couple of days ago - she is the greatest joy to watch play&fight gravity:

                  http://www.hippologi.com/carly.htm

                  scroll further down for pictures - just love her!
                  She's lovely, great pictures!

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                  • 2x Irish Draught and 1 x IDSH. (More blacks , one has a very strong chance of being black, one will most likely be born black but will grey, and I'd give money on the IDSH being a bay)
                    Loopy, who did you breed to? My Bellman RIDSH just popped out a bay colt by KWPN/OLD/RPSI sire, Oswald, but I'm saving my Daniel frozen! lol

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                    • No foals coming this year, so I have a very bad case of foal envy right now! Love seeing everyone's pics though, and getting very excited for the warmer weather so that I can breed for next year!
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                      • GRP Filly

                        Our first foal of the season is a Bay Dun filly by FS Don't Worry out of our Bodyguard mare Laurel. We are pretty pleased with this little girl!
                        http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?s...type=3&theater

                        Hope this link to a piocture works...otherwise visit Burberry's Facebook page for pics.
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                        • I have 2, not due til late May/early June. I can't wait. One will definitely be a jumper Kind of Diamonds/Spectacular Bid mare to a Galoubet/Good Twist stallion. Will probably jump out of the mare.
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                          • Originally posted by Marydell View Post
                            We had a fantastic black colt by Doctor Wendell MF (Don Principe/Sandro Hit)out of EM Rising Star MF on MArch 2. Doc's first and NOT FOR SALE!
                            Pics?

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                            • Dun or buckskin? Too cute either way!

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                              • here are first pics of my rock forever NRW x fidermark filly - just love her!
                                http://www.hippologi.com/Rapunzel.htm (scroll down for more pics)

                                engl feature on sire rockforever available:
                                http://www.hippologi.com/rockforeverengl.htm
                                http://hippologi.com

                                http://muensterland-pferde.de

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                                • Oh fannie mae - she is just stunning! Congratulations on both your fillies!!!! But Rapunzel is something special IMO!!! Wow!
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                                  • Who's the dun parent? Neither look dun
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                                    • Sometime a few weeks ago my University farm had a really awesome looking Thoroughbred colt born! By their dominant white stallion, Directs Unique One and out of Senora Elegante. I'm super thrilled that Cracker finally had a foal born! The colt is a chestnut dominant white =)

                                      https://sphotos-a.xx.fbcdn.net/hphot...42734093_n.jpg
                                      https://sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net/hphot...54276618_n.jpg
                                      https://sphotos-a.xx.fbcdn.net/hphot...55882239_n.jpg
                                      https://sphotos-a.xx.fbcdn.net/hphot...09697498_n.jpg - hehee he had an attitude whenever Mom wouldn't stop to let him nurse!

                                      The other mare (Naiana), is also in foal to Cracker. Crossing fingers for a colored filly (it will also be chestnut for sure)! If so, I might just have to discuss a price and buy the foal
                                      https://sphotos-a.xx.fbcdn.net/hphot...31530877_n.jpg - she is absolutely MASSIVE! and sweet as can be, so here's hoping for a filly!
                                      Last edited by themarchcat; Mar. 26, 2013, 01:27 PM. Reason: edited mare name's. got the facts straight =)
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                                      • Oh how nice!!! I had not heard of that stallion. It's nice to (try to!) keep tabs on the DW TB lines
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                                        • He's been under the radar pretty much and I think this is one of his first foals.. if I'm not mistaken (at least there are none listed on PQ). He's really a pretty cool horse, I wanted to get him back undersaddle, but never found the time to ask permission. Unfortunately, he's built more like a QH for my taste =/

                                          http://web.tamuc.edu/academics/colle...suniqueone.pdf
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