Lots to look forward to this coming year, we will be expecting 4 foals!
Early May, Cocarina and Abbey might be fighting for the foaling stall. They were bred 2-days apart, and although horses have a pretty wide window for foaling – it’ll be a surprise on who’s first.
June will see Britta, then Avaia welcoming their babies. Avaia likes “cook” her kids well; in the past she’s delivered 160lb+ foals that look like they are 3 weeks old already so I am pretty sure she’ll be last, but doubt her foal will be the smallest.
An avid lover of horses and the outdoors, I've been blessed and cursed with an addiction to horses. From a very young age, my passion for all-things-equine has been a key driver in my life. I'm fortunate that I have been able to build a professional career around my love for animals. I find peace in the forest, exploring nature, in harmony with my horse. I am a horsewoman first, and an equestrian second. I love to ride, but have no real desire to compete. A hack through a new forest, I love the sense of exploration, communication and ability to enjoy horses and nature together. It's bliss! I enjoy just the everyday presence and synergy with my horses, be that in the saddle or just together around the farm.
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