A peak at our mares in Pasture Condition that we use to create those awesome 'E' kids

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    09-12-2011, 12:53 PM
Talking A peak at our mares in Pasture Condition that we use to create those awesome 'E' kids

Since we were already out with the horses and the camera over the weekend, I asked Robert to please snap a few photos of the other girls too. The below is what Woodie seen ;) Please note that poor Kool has skin allergies :( and giving her steroid shots are NOT an option while she is bred. So if you will forgive her not so fancy hair do ;)

Our Swedish Warmblood Mare ~ L.A. Baltic Sunflower (L.A. Baltic Sun x Rose of Sweden) bred by Gail Hoff-Carmona pictured on September 10, 2011 Prior to our acquisition of her, Flower had been permanently nerved blocked in one of her front feet :( She is not as graceful a mover as she once was but we love her just the same. Very much looking forward to her 2012 half-Arabian foal sired by our stallion, HG Esquire+

WF Khemilla (Psychic Deduction x Whisana Khemille (full blood sibling to WF Khemo Bey, HG Esquire+'s sire) pictured on September 10, 2011. Dam of GA Ehstaire now owned by Cold Spring Farms of NOVA

And lastly, another Purebred Arabian Mare ~ Prinzes Kool, sired by Multi-National Champion Stallion, Kool Fire++/ x the MHR Basque daughter, Prinzes Basque pictured on September 10, 2011. Dam of Reserve National Champion & Regional Top 5 Hunter Hack Gelding, GA E-Khwaytor owned by Karen Morris and trained by Beth Thomas of Western, PA

Hope you enjoy peaking at the girls!

Denise Gainey

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