|PLEASE READ!!! We live in a colder climate our foals and horses get a nice thick warm coat for the winter, in Sept it
is not uncommon for it to be in the 30's and have snow on the ground. Please do not be alarmed if I send pictures in our cool
to winter season, which can get easily get down to 40 below zero, the horses are very fuzzy. These pictures were taken in
pasture condition. They have been out with other foals, so they are fuzzy, unclipped and un worked. They have a hay belly as
well. However, we believe you can see these gorgeous foals despite the fuzz and dirt. With thick coats there is less detail
being show in a photo, rest assured they are very healthy and hardy, come spring they will slick off once again to there
beautiful coat. All foals and Horses are on a regular worming and Mineral program.
FILLY FOALED JAN 2, 2006 FILLY FOALED MARCH 12, 2006 FILLY FOALED MARCH 14, 2006
760 LANE 41
BURLINGTON, WY 82411
2006 FOAL PAGE
This page is dedicated to our colt and filly prospects.
All of these colts and filly's are sound and manageable. Most have been imprinted at birth and all are
socially adept. They are handled and interacted with frequently. They are exposed early to a variety of
circumstances bathing, standing, leading, loading, dogs, tractors, etc. All colts and filly's are allowed
to run in pastures among trees, water, ditches, rocks, wire fences etc. Being allowed to run in a
natural environment ensures strong legs and great circulation resulting in less lameness problems
in the future
We always represent all our horses, both young and old, honestly and sincerely and are always
happy to answer any and all questions or concerns. We are very proud of our horses and want their
new owners to be just as happy with them as we are.