Post by constantine on Sept 4, 2018 17:29:26 GMT
Ann Rose Kalkenburg Thank you so much!
Dimitri Dane Aww, Dimitri, so nice to see you here again! Thank you for your kind words
Long, long ago I said I'll make a proper introduction of our foals born this year. And all of a sudden here it is, enjoy!
Avoca Valkyrie CO
Ocean Pearl's Benzin x Ocean Pearl's Rocket Girl
To be honest I haven't been expecting her. It wasn't supposed to be that way. But it has happened.
Thinking of Benzin's 18th birthday it came to my attention it's about time to think of a foal sired by him to keep for myself. I made thousands of calls, sent millions of e-mails to find the right mare. And one day I got a call: "Benzin got away from his pasture." and I was like "What?!". I expected he's just escaped and is running along the fence like he often does but nope... the pasture became a crime scene and he shared it with a mare. He looked quite proud of himself.
The filly was born late at night, during the full moon. I've been sitting beside the stall for hours and nothing has happened but I left just for 15 minutes to refill my coffee cup and guess what? The filly was beautiful, tiny and so sweet it made my heart melt. Now she's grown up a bit and is as adventurous as her sire, loves cuddles and treats.
Modern Roemo AW
Sirius Black FN x Sweet Tart SHS
This little boy you should've seen before. He is the result of a trade and is a very brave colt as his dam was sent to the new owner sooner than she should be but Romeo doesn't feel lonely having two aunties near him and three more sisters. He loves prancing, showing off and play so if you want to have his attention better think of real fun. He knows he is cute. He knows he is only boy between three girls and knows how to use it. He is... Modern Romeo
Cirilla & Cinematica AW
HRST Farbenspiel x Illusion FN
Illusion's belly was growing fast, very fast and she's been gaining weight from day to day. And one day the vet said: "Twins. There are twins, guys!"
Pregnancy went well but vet intervention was needed when it came to delivery. One of the fillies was (and still is) smaller and a bit uncertain, weaker than her bigger sister, veterinarian was our guest every day as fillies needed special care. Despite all the troubles both fillies are fine now and are named Cirilla (smaller one) and Cinematica (bigger one, on the right), one of them will be for trade in the future