I am so happy with MO Foxtrotter's stallion- "Dallas"-- he is producing awesome foals with LONG legs-- great reach, gait, disposition and curls (most of the time) His babies are awesome!
Friday, July 20, 2012
So one of my fav rides is up the Narrows, Payson Canyon. As you guessed, this trail goes up a narrow canyon, following the stream bed that made it! There are some amazing cliffs and narrow passages where you ride right up the streambed! (Great ride for a young horse getting familiar with water!) It is full of wildflowers and butterflies! Kinda enchanting!
Yes, we went cross- country and NO there is no trail!
Tuesday, May 1, 2012
On April 27th, 2012, The HORSE GODs sent down a good one! "Sapphire" delivered a gorgeous CURLY palomino horse colt! He is drop-dead gorgeous like his mom, and has long legs from his papa-- "Dallas". This guy is super sweet and friendly! Photos are on day 1.
Look at those legs! AND awesome markings, 4 white socks! Lots of CHROME! This boy will turn heads! AND he will be dual registered MFTHBA (Fox Trotter) and ICHO (Curly). He also has an amazing pedigree! He will be for sale at weaning.
Thursday, April 26, 2012
April 24, 2012, "Stardust" gave us another gorgeous black filly! (Mo Qui is a 2010 black CURLY full sister) This girl is sired by "Dallas" -- sadly, she did not inherit his CURLS :< . She is super sweet and friendly. Of course, she is absolutely beautiful--- just like her mom!
"Creme", not to be outdone, gave us a HUGE palomino horse colt the next morning, April 25, 2012. He is out of "Dallas". This is a photo of him on his first day in this world! This guy will be tall and has great round bone! He is one nice baby!
"Sapphire", due any day, is about to explode! I feel so bad for the mares when they get this heavy! Hopefully this foal will be CURLY like it's sire! :>
Sunday, April 8, 2012
I went out to the farm in Payson to feed the horses... I kept hearing this clanking noise. So I head over to the direction it is coming from... the big boys pen-- where we keep the geldings and the two stud colts.
As I round the corner this is what I see! As I get closer I pray that his head is going the right direction! (No broken neck) Luckily it is... and on closer inspection, it is "Chester" our 2 year old curly fox trotter stud. He is calmly (thank goodness) laying there upside down, pulling hay out of the V-feeder and eating it!
He is such a perfect fit for the feeder that there is no way I will get a rope around him.... no way I can muscle him out.. SOOO with my sweet tractor skills I hooked the opposite top bar of the V, lift the feeder up, the weight of "Chester" swings it,and the stud muffin plops out.
Saturday, March 24, 2012
Wow! This ride was spectacular! Red rock cliffs and chutes, white rocks, layers of washes, holes in the rocks, awesome riding group, perfect weather-- what else can you ask for?