This is "A Dark Bailey", #2 in the herd, she carries the blood of: Tiny's Gay, Lady Bugs Moon, Special Express, Isle Breeze. A nice cross of speed and cow, her babies are always good minded individuals.
I thought some of you out there in Blogger world, might be interested in seeing a few of my broodmares!!
This is "PR", the Grand old lady of the bunch, born in New Zealand in 1988!!! This ol gal is retired now, and loving life!!! Her registered name is: 'IRISH DELIGHT '. Her babies always have AWESOME minds to work with, and tend to become slightly HUGE!!!
And the Thunderstorm season is upon us!! The one picture looks like a "hole in the floor of heaven", as the song says!! There was some wicked winds along with this storm, knocked a couple of very large trees down in town!!
It is with great sadness that I have to tell you that my mare "ROLYN ANGEL", lost her baby at birth, the filly was a very large foal, and momma had a hard time getting her delivered, and she was stillborn. Momma is doing well at this time, back out with her buddies in the broodmare band, and will be bred again, but not this year.
Fast Beauty has returned to us, from Alberta!! Along with her beautiful filly sired by my old Stud, "DEVIL BEAU", a red roan foundation stud, who now lives with my good friend Kim Baerg at Fox Spring Farm in the Cochrane/Banff area of Alberta
OK, here are a couple of pics I took this morning, through our south facing living room window, this is the snow we got yesterday!!! makes a person think its winter again, .........or maybe still?? March came in like a lamb, so we should know what is coming at this end of the month!!!
This is a photo of the church at Tong, Shropshire,England. The current one is on the left of the picture, whilst the pile of stones on the right is the remains of the original one, that is mentioned in the "Doomsday Book", just though you might be interested.
Some sad news to share with you all, my blue mare, Goblin, had a spotaneous abortion of a set of twins on Feb 21, one of them had died a while back, and put an end to both of them, she is doing well, I gave her a shot of Oxytocin to make sure everything was cleaned out, as well as a shot of long acting Penicillin to make sure of no infection. Guess we will just have to try again this spring.