For the exception of one, I don't. I don't normally like to. I've sold them, I move on. I find it's to hard to go back and see a horse and see how they've progressed and how well they're doing. To me it's difficult because I do thru the "had I kept him, this is how gorgeous he would have turned out" type issue. I've sold the horses I've worked with for a good and solid reason and I rather just know they are in good hands and leave it at that.
As for the one mare I sold tho, she is the apple in my eye and the people who bought her, are exceptional so I can't wait to see how she will turn out. For me she always was a very exciting project and because of her fabulous temper and her breeding makes me really excited to see how she will turn out.