So I took my camera out today when I checked mares, hoping to get some good shots seeing as how the weather FINALLY broke! No. No, all I got were muddy, hairy, fat looking mutts. LOL
I suppose we're not supposed to show our Arabians not all spiffed up, but I think mine are gorgeous enough, anyhow! Even in all their horribly springy coat, baby popping bellies, grumpy looking, dirty selves.
I couldn't wait for spring - now I can't wait for summer!
Khade - I can't even begin to explain how much I LOVE this colt. Although he looks horrendous right now (I don't tell him that, of course...lol) he is maturing into such an incredible young man, and has one of the best temperments I've seen on a young colt. He is incredibly sweet and so willing.
I can't wait to show him off in Sport Horse and Halter this year! Glf Magical Khascade Arabian
Lady, our old broodie. I tried one last time for a foal from my Ecaho son (avatar) but I suppose it wasn't meant to be. Our grand old girl. Hfa Hi Que Arabian
Misha, my coming three year old. Talk about another suck for attention! Ms Jessica Bey Arabian
Rina, my Russian queen. I'll probably be breeding her to Khade this summer. Jandala Ballerina Arabian
Tibby, my Premonition daughter. Gorgeous as this mare is, I have a hard time getting a shot of her (my fault, I'm sure!) and I think this is the best I've got.
She certainly moves like her pedigree! She is grand-dam to Emotikon, who was shown WP at Scottsdale this year.
I thought she had absorbed her foal to my Ecaho son, but what do you guys think? She still acts like she is in heat, but she's been getting bigger the last few weeks. Liberty Reign Arabian
And Tasha. I love how this mare has matured the last year. Enough I pulled her off the sales list for now! Ms Jaqueline Bey Arabian