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2013 Foal Announcements! Let's see those babies!

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  • My favorite mare just had her foal on Friday morning, early. It's a boy! He's by our stallion too, so our second "full" homebred. What a great year it's starting out to be!

    Here's pictures

    https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?...1&l=39f55ad035

    I also added pictures to the album of the filly we had last month if anyone is interested in looking.

    https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?...1&l=e288e2b332


    Sheila

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    • We have a brand new baby. A bay colt by Fidertanz out of EM Wolkenstanza (Wolkentanz/ Rohdiamant). He is the 6th time we did this cross and was sold in-utero. Looking for an F name.
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      https://www.facebook.com/HomeAgainFarmHanoverians

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      • Our first two fully homebred babies are on the ground. The first was a filly, foaled 2/24/13. Here's her pictures. https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?...1&l=e288e2b332

        The second was a colt, born just yesterday 3/22/13. Here's his pics. https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?...1&l=39f55ad035

        Sheila

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        • Congratulations, Mary Lou! Your babies are always spectacular -- I'll have to think about an "F" name. Hmmmm....

          Frankenscence (sp)?
          Francis (new Pope's chosen St.)
          Freedom Rings
          Frangelico/Frangelica -- couldn't remember if it were a colt or filly --
          Flattery
          Frat Boy
          Finery
          First Down
          Far Cry
          Forum
          Forewarned
          Fighter Jet
          Frankfort
          Favortanz

          Post some pictures!
          PennyG

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          • Penny, thank you! I will forward the suggestions to the owner.
            Mary Lou
            http://www.homeagainfarm.com

            https://www.facebook.com/HomeAgainFarmHanoverians

            Member OMGiH I loff my mares clique

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            • http://i82.photobucket.com/albums/j2...psb60ab40f.jpg

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              Welcome to little (or NOT so little..) Casper! By White Tie Affair (APHA by Wild By Design xx) out of Windlass (by Waldaire).
              Providence Farm
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              • Casper is DW too? Man, I'm loving these DW ones. Wish my white mare had have obliged for me this season...

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                • Aww look at him! Yep, he'd be DW as well
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                  • Originally posted by Home Again Farm View Post
                    We have a brand new baby. A bay colt by Fidertanz out of EM Wolkenstanza (Wolkentanz/ Rohdiamant). He is the 6th time we did this cross and was sold in-utero. Looking for an F name.
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                    Beautiful Mary Lou - congratulations!
                    I love the name Fanfare.
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                    • Our first foal of the year arrived yesterday! A big, leggy filly by Candillo Junior (Candillo Z/Caretino/Lord) out of our retired Mecklenburg show-jumper, Lantana Melodie (Lonely Boy/Monsun). She arrived with a late spring blizzard, earning her the name Cold Front HH, but we've been calling her "little chilly"


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                      Already excited about our 2016 foals! Expecting babies by Indoctro, Diamant de Semilly, Zirocco Blue and Calido!
                      https://www.facebook.com/pages/Hills...h/112931293227

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                      • We had a filly! Izarra Reina "Zara" by Amaretto D'arrco out of Zarena (Le Champion x Zeus) an 18 year old maiden and former FEI competitor was born at 3:30am on March 21st (three hours shy of her due date!).

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                        • We had a filly! Izarra Reina "Zara" by Amaretto D'arrco out of Zarena (Le Champion x Zeus) an 18 year old maiden and former FEI competitor was born at 3:30am on March 21st (three hours shy of her due date!).
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                          • Great pics!

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                            • Oh ! That first picture of your filly is hysterical! So goofy!!

                              She's lovely!

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                              • In responce to JB's question about my GRP filly.


                                FS Don't Worry is a red dun
                                Whispered Wish Weser-Ems: Breeding quality German Riding Ponies!
                                Standing the stallion Burberry
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                                • Our first foal of the year arrived yesterday! A big, leggy filly by Candillo Junior (Candillo Z/Caretino/Lord) out of our retired Mecklenburg show-jumper, Lantana Melodie (Lonely Boy/Monsun). She arrived with a late spring blizzard, earning her the name Cold Front HH, but we've been calling her "little chilly"


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                                  Already excited about our 2016 foals! Expecting babies by Indoctro, Diamant de Semilly, Zirocco Blue and Calido!
                                  https://www.facebook.com/pages/Hills...h/112931293227

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                                  • Originally posted by hluing View Post
                                    In responce to JB's question about my GRP filly.


                                    FS Don't Worry is a red dun
                                    Please don't take this as not believing you, I'm just trying to figure this out I looked him up, and he's registered chestnut and looks chestnut. His sire is registered as and looks buckskin (but could be smoky brown, hard to tell from the 1 pic I could find) and his dam is registered as and looks palomino. I'm just trying to figure out if him looking so chestnut, as opposed to red dun, is just one of those "they don't usually look like that but occasionally they do" situations
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                                    • To me FS Dont Worry looks like a red dun. And after watching this video, you can pretty clearing see a stripe down his back. Also a horse can carry for the creme dilution gene and the dun gene.
                                      The Sempiternal Horse

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                                      • Originally posted by Kerole View Post
                                        Casper is DW too? Man, I'm loving these DW ones. Wish my white mare had have obliged for me this season...
                                        yep. As the mare comes from a family of sabinos (chromey chestnuts with the occasional belly spot) and dear old Dad is a max white I thought the odds were good he would be white..and there he is! The other week we were on vacation and she went to camp at the vets...so I warned the vet that the foal MIGHT come out all white so he would not be too startled if that popped up. But alas...she waited to come home and keep me up for another week + instead after our vacation.
                                        Providence Farm
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                                        • Originally posted by Sempiternal View Post
                                          To me FS Dont Worry looks like a red dun. And after watching this video, you can pretty clearing see a stripe down his back.
                                          Ah, I didn't watch the video, I'll go back and look at thiat

                                          Also a horse can carry for the creme dilution gene and the dun gene.
                                          Yes, I know However, neither the buckskin nor the palomino parent look like either dunkskin or palomino, but as I said, the buckskin sire does't have the best picture *that I saw*, so he may be the dunskin. The pali mare looked pretty clearly just palomino.
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