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2010 Foal Announcements -- brag and share pics HERE!

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  • #21
    Originally posted by can't re- View Post
    Joy had a Chacco Blue filly!!!
    Gorgeous! I can't wait to see updated photos!

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    • #22
      Originally posted by can't re- View Post
      Congratulations everyone! The fun is beginning!
      Joy had a Chacco Blue filly!!!
      You must be thrilled! Is this a keeper?
      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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      • #23
        Thank you both! I am super excited about this girl! It really makes it all worth while. I will have more pics soon, it's a rainy day in Ocala.
        As is our confidence, so is our capacity. ~W. Hazlitt

        Gift Hill Farm

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        • #24
          Congrats Can't re!

          What a stunning filly... Love Chacco Blue! Big Congrats on such a nice filly!

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          • #25
            Thank you windyoak!
            And finally some pics.
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            Last edited by can't re-; Feb. 28, 2010, 09:20 AM.
            As is our confidence, so is our capacity. ~W. Hazlitt

            Gift Hill Farm

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            • #26
              Posting for my mom: Hertug colt born 2/23/10

              We are so thrilled with baby and mamma!

              He is by Blue Hors Hertug out of Daphne(Rambo x For A Doll xx)

              Baby is 3 days old in these pictures.

              Heartthrob aka "Cardio"
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              Last edited by punky; Mar. 2, 2010, 07:12 PM.

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              • #27
                Congratulations Punky!

                Daphne's Hertug colt is even more exceptional in person. A Heartthrob indeed What a wonderful way to start the 2010 foaling season at the farm!
                Nani Lio Farm, LLC
                www.naniliofarm.com

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                • #28
                  Thanks NaniLio! I look forward to the rest of the "kids" arrivals.

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                  • #29
                    Introducing, Belle Cheval. 1 day old bay Hano filly. Born to my maiden 5 yr old Rousseau x Dinard L x Rubinstein mare, by ES Bonheur (Brentano II x Roncalli). Perfect textbook birth, and mom is doing a spectacular job for a maiden orphan.

                    Pics here...

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                    • #30
                      Originally posted by dressurpferd01 View Post
                      Introducing, Belle Cheval. 1 day old bay Hano filly. Born to my maiden 5 yr old Rousseau x Dinard L x Rubinstein mare, by ES Bonheur (Brentano II x Roncalli). Perfect textbook birth, and mom is doing a spectacular job for a maiden orphan.

                      Pics here...
                      She's beautiful!

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                      • #31
                        Well after two years of trying, Maven FINALLY delivered a healthy colt on Thursday evening at 9:20. What's so funny is he's all chestnut with white- truly the opposite of mama. We named him Charlie in the barn after our dear friend Charlie Weaver who was in an accident recently. All I really have is a great video. Hope you enjoy. More pics to post once I figure out how to move them around!

                        Enjoy! Visse
                        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UvU9WSNTSiQ
                        Proud mama of Maven, Outlaw and Murphy.

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                        • #32
                          Originally posted by Zipperoo View Post
                          Well after two years of trying, Maven FINALLY delivered a healthy colt on Thursday evening at 9:20. What's so funny is he's all chestnut with white- truly the opposite of mama. We named him Charlie in the barn after our dear friend Charlie Weaver who was in an accident recently. All I really have is a great video. Hope you enjoy. More pics to post once I figure out how to move them around!

                          Enjoy! Visse
                          http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UvU9WSNTSiQ
                          SO adorable! I have 2 fillies, one will be one in May and one will be two, but I don't have any new ones coming this year and this video makes me wish I did! Also, the inside of that barn is beautiful, is it yours?

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                          • #33
                            Lovely babies! Zipperoo your barn is amazing.
                            www.glenhillfarm.com
                            www.learntolikepink.com my journey with breast cancer
                            http://www.facebook.com/pages/Petalu...2907692?ref=ts

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                            • #34
                              Originally posted by dressurpferd01 View Post
                              Introducing, Belle Cheval. 1 day old bay Hano filly. Born to my maiden 5 yr old Rousseau x Dinard L x Rubinstein mare, by ES Bonheur (Brentano II x Roncalli). Perfect textbook birth, and mom is doing a spectacular job for a maiden orphan.

                              Pics here...
                              I love her face markings - so cute! Congrats

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                              • #35
                                Originally posted by Zipperoo View Post
                                Well after two years of trying, Maven FINALLY delivered a healthy colt on Thursday evening at 9:20. What's so funny is he's all chestnut with white- truly the opposite of mama. We named him Charlie in the barn after our dear friend Charlie Weaver who was in an accident recently. All I really have is a great video. Hope you enjoy. More pics to post once I figure out how to move them around!

                                Enjoy! Visse
                                http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UvU9WSNTSiQ
                                Cute video! I could watch babies all day. What a cutie - love all the white.

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                                • #36
                                  Originally posted by SOTB View Post
                                  I love her face markings - so cute! Congrats
                                  I actually started giggling when we ripped the bag open and saw that .

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                                  • #37
                                    georgie p-c

                                    we have our first foal of 2010! He arrived safetly text book birth by a maiden mare - such a clever girl had everything under control done and dusted by half past midnight - a lovely strong colt by the fabulous Statesman, bred by Anne Kitchel - he is a real poppet super temperament and movement to die for, big and uphill with a really good ground covering walk we are thrilled to bits. Photos will be posted shortly on this link http://www.tantoni.co.uk/fortunie.php . Baby number two is due on 24th by Stedinger (sire of Statesman) so it will be fascinating to see the two together.
                                    htpp//:www.tantoni.com

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                                    • #38
                                      Originally posted by genevieveg17 View Post
                                      Lovely babies! Zipperoo your barn is amazing.
                                      I was thinking the exact same thing...looking at the cute colt and then realizing my eyes had wandered to the gorgeous barn.
                                      Erin
                                      Dodon Farm Training Center - on Facebook

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                                      • #39
                                        I love all the new babies. Good job everyone.

                                        Now I introduce AVA by Blue Who and out of Glenmore Trudy (Aka Maybelline) by Glenmore Liberty Bell. Trudy is a small large. "Hootie" is 11.2.
                                        She was born March 4th.

                                        This filly is huge, but then Trudy had a huge one by Helicon Sir Lancelot for her first foal. I am sure she will be gray. We are quite proud of her, as is her owner Stacie Yellin who has owned Trudy since a three year. She started her and showed her, and now she is retired. I am just leasing her this year. Good for me
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                                        Sandy
                                        www.sugarbrook.com
                                        hunter/jumper ponies

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                                        • #40
                                          So many cute babies to drool over! Sandy, yours is beautiful!
                                          Quicksilver Farms, LLC
                                          "Welsh Hunter Ponies"
                                          Welsh Sec. B Stallions and
                                          Fancy Show Pony Prospects
                                          www.quicksilverponies.com

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