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  • Originally posted by EquineLVR View Post
    Rain Boots is a PERFECT name for him! That is a lot of white! what a beauty!
    Hey, I just say this post! what a cute name. I have picked out the name Rain on Blu for my pony foal before he was born. Turns out he was born on a very rainy night and he is by an R stallion as yours and also has Blue Rain and Blue Who in is breeding...I promise I was not strealing any of your cuteness

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    • My TB Mare Dulce Amante (Sassy) had a wonderful filly by Mannhattan yesterday. More pics to come...





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      • Wolkentanz II x Rouletto Colt

        Our Rouletto x Akzent II mare gave birth at the very civilized hour of 8 PM last night to a beautiful chestnut colt by Wolkentanz II. Here he is at 12 hours old...will post more pictures as he unfolds:



        LLT

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        • Cape Pogue x Jubela colt

          Cape Pogue, my AP Jet TB stallion had his first foal today out of my Lipizzan mare Jubela.
          He's bay will be turning grey colt.

          http://pets.webshots.com/album/577452443cIYbrc

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          • At 5:14 AM today Greta ( Gaspari x Capitol I ) presented us with a superb Romantic Star colt. He is very sweet and friendly and easy on the eye! More pics when he unfolds but here are some from right after he was born.

            Meet Riccochet
            http://i140.photobucket.com/albums/r...r/P4257220.jpg

            http://i140.photobucket.com/albums/r...r/P4257249.jpg
            Last edited by Dressage-ryder; Apr. 25, 2010, 07:27 PM. Reason: Add his name!

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            • Originally posted by mlranchtx View Post
              My TB Mare Dulce Amante (Sassy) had a wonderful filly by Mannhattan yesterday. More pics to come...





              She is BEAUTIFUL!! Congrats!

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              • Originally posted by flyinghorse View Post
                Our Rouletto x Akzent II mare gave birth at the very civilized hour of 8 PM last night to a beautiful chestnut colt by Wolkentanz II. Here he is at 12 hours old...will post more pictures as he unfolds:

                Very cute! He looks like he's got some LONG legs! Look forward to seeing more pics.

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                • Originally posted by Dressage-ryder View Post
                  At 5:14 AM today Greta ( Gaspari x Capitol I ) presented us with a superb Romantic Star colt. He is very sweet and friendly and easy on the eye! More pics when he unfolds but here are some from right after he was born.

                  Meet Riccochet
                  http://i140.photobucket.com/albums/r...r/P4257220.jpg

                  http://i140.photobucket.com/albums/r...r/P4257249.jpg
                  Wow! Congrats! Everyone's foals are adorable.

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                  • Flyinghorse - I adore that foal's muzzle. Very Homer Simpson!

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                    • Two new arrivals!

                      I welcomed two in a row last weekend - just now getting caught up to post pictures. Caledonia FCF (Albarez/Contender) was born at 1am on 4/18 and Legato FCF (L. King Arthur/Cacique) followed shortly thereafter at 5am on 4/19!

                      Pictures at http://fridayschildfarm.com/Legato.htm and http://fridayschildfarm.com/Caledonia.htm - I have lots of white to keep clean, that's for sure!
                      Friday's Child Farm
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                      • Leigh delivered a strong filly this morning by Waldaire. More photos to follow as the rain leaves PA...
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                        • New arrival! Rio's Remedy

                          This is Remi, filly by Rio Ricardo out of Millennium... I received a little gift from the bling fairy !

                          Congrats to everyone on such beautiful foals this year!

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                          • Gatsby x Folie A Deux

                            Black colt, with two socks, front left and back left.

                            http://i51.photobucket.com/albums/f3...781280x960.jpg

                            http://i51.photobucket.com/albums/f3...851280x960.jpg

                            Born sometime last night or early this morning. Very sweet!! Now to think of a K name!
                            Carol Marr
                            www.ranchodelmarr.com

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                            • Originally posted by Dressage-ryder View Post
                              At 5:14 AM today Greta ( Gaspari x Capitol I ) presented us with a superb Romantic Star colt. He is very sweet and friendly and easy on the eye! More pics when he unfolds but here are some from right after he was born.

                              Meet Riccochet
                              http://i140.photobucket.com/albums/r...r/P4257220.jpg

                              http://i140.photobucket.com/albums/r...r/P4257249.jpg
                              WOW he looks lovely - so excited for my RS x Mistletoe baby next year!! I cant wait to see how Riccochet unfolds!
                              Hickstead 1996-2011 Godspeed
                              " Hickstead is simply the best and He lives forever in our hearts"
                              Akasha 1992-2012 - I will always love you sweet girl.

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                              • Here are some pictures of "Redecorated" taken outside today. I see what Jill means about her having a simply GORGEOUS head combined with a beautiful neck and shoulder! And legs that go on forever too ...

                                She is by Redwine out of my homebred Faux Finish mare (by my stallion Guaranteed Gold) and we believe she is the first dilute Redwine foal out there ...

                                So what do you think based on these pictures? Smoky brown or buckskin based on these outside shots???



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                                • Originally posted by EquineLVR View Post
                                  WOW he looks lovely - so excited for my RS x Mistletoe baby next year!! I cant wait to see how Riccochet unfolds!
                                  Good choice, both parents are lovely. I would love to have stashed Mistletoe in my luggage to take home.
                                  Tracy Geller
                                  www.sixpoundfarm.com
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                                  • EquineLVR- Mistletoe is FANTASTIC!!! I love her. Every visit I take to Jill's I go see her. She is such a super mare. Mistletoe is very much like the dam of this foal so maybe you are getting s sneak peak. One day I will get Jill to swap big grey Holsteiner mares and I will get my Mistletoe foal too!!

                                    Here are a couple new pics- 1 day old.

                                    http://i140.photobucket.com/albums/r...r/P4267368.jpg
                                    http://i140.photobucket.com/albums/r...r/P4267321.jpg
                                    http://i140.photobucket.com/albums/r...r/P4267310.jpg
                                    http://i140.photobucket.com/albums/r...r/P4267344.jpg
                                    http://i140.photobucket.com/albums/r...r/P4267265.jpg

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                                    • Add me to the Mistletoe fan club. She is fantastic! DR, your colt is stunning!

                                      Donna, I love FF's filly! She is fabulous!

                                      Tasker, & Windyoak, lovely babies!

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                                      • Donna - Have been dying to see photos of FF's Redwine filly. She is beautiful!! I vote Buckskin (but I'm no expert ). Whatever color she is, she is lovely.

                                        And I love your Romantic Star colt Dressage-ryder! The star on the inside of his upper lip is too adorable!

                                        Everyone's foals are so cute -- and I can't believe all the BLING this year. Good job everyone.

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                                        • Originally posted by TrueColours View Post
                                          Here are some pictures of "Redecorated" taken outside today. I see what Jill means about her having a simply GORGEOUS head combined with a beautiful neck and shoulder! And legs that go on forever too ...

                                          She is by Redwine out of my homebred Faux Finish mare (by my stallion Guaranteed Gold) and we believe she is the first dilute Redwine foal out there ...

                                          So what do you think based on these pictures? Smoky brown or buckskin based on these outside shots???



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                                          She looks to be the exact same color as mom, and they're usually a little darker then final color at birth, so I'm going with buckskin too. You can definately see the darker legs and mane/tail compared to body. Seal brown foals look like they are chocolately all over (in the non-dilute state) I had one myself that was DNA confirmed (not a dilute one, lol) but they tend to be all one color instead of contrasting body/legs. Either was she's adorable, and glad you're so happy with her.
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