A former boarder at my barn, KP, texted me on a Saturday out of the blue asking if I wanted to buy or know of anyone who did her 4 month old filly. She's out of an imported Hanoverian mare by a Oldenburg/Trakehner stud. The stud was who she used to board with us last year when he was 3 coming 4, until the testosterone really kicked in and she gelded him and took him home to recover. This is his first kid; KP has the same mare and another mare in foal to him for next year.
I really, really like Rogue, the stud/now gelding. He was a sweetheart on the ground, and you would have never know he was a stud till this spring. He was the one Peebs was in love
with last year. I was briefly toying with breeding Tia to him instead of Yorke, but physically Yorke was a better match for Tia. Rogue is bigger boned than Yorke, and Tia needed Yorke's refinement.
|Not to sure about this whole hatler breaking thing|
I jokingly texted my mom, who was helping to pay for Tia's breeding expenses, and asked if she wanted to buy me the filly. She replied with "Ok, how much" and after I picked my jaw up off the floor and responded and said KP would let us do payments till she’s weaned. So the next day my BO and I went off to meet her. She is a beautiful foal. Very well put together, great manners, friendly and best of all, a gorgeous mover. Seriously, all the things I want in a cute red package. KP's plans for her were dressage, but hopefully she'll take to jumping.
|Baby's first selfie|
She's not weaned yet, and probably won't come home till late November/early December but it looks like I'm buying a weanling! I'm hoping I can make it over to KP's a few times before she comes home to play and get to know her. They mostly call her the baby, and the name they gave her I don't really love, so I'm trying to come up with names. I'm thinking Cinder for her barn name but I'm not 100% yet. I think I need to get to know her more before deciding. The one downside is that Rogue isn't registered, so she can't be registered in a breed registry. So I have some time before I need a show name for her to be registered with USEF. I need to double check what the dam's registered name is, but I think the name I had picked out for Tia's foal will actually work as well.
Very exciting! What a cutie :)ReplyDelete
How wonderful! :D CongratulationsReplyDelete
Congrats! I hope she makes a very nice mare for you :)ReplyDelete
ooooh super cute, congrats!ReplyDelete
Ah! You got a baby horse! Congrats!ReplyDelete
Eee, how exciting! I know you wanted a baby so badly :DReplyDelete
oh how cute!ReplyDelete
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