June 2020 - It’s Picture Day!
Written by CRM
Thursday, 28 May 2020 04:22
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Beautiful baby horses are always a cheerful sight. We loved seeing them light up social media this season and here’s some of our favorites.

 


 

Coronet’s Asher, by Coronet D’Honneur (Comme Il Faut x Dinard,) out of a Riverman x Schoenfeld mare. 'We’re super excited about this gorgeous boy, as he's a second generation breeding for us,' says Rachel Jansen Jones of CrossRoads Farm in AZ. 'I bred his dam, who was one of my all-time favorite riding horses.'

First Premium Belgian Warmblood 2018 colts, of Hansen Sport Horses in San Francisco & Belgium. Springsteen by Ricardo Z from Nanou D’Oryvil, Yarlands Summer Song. Ricardo Z is the #6 ranked eventing sire and Yarlands Summer Song was ranked in the top 10 world eventing sires for 10 years. Savoy by Triomphe de Muze (Chin Chin) from Adelma E-label, Darco. 'The Triomphe de Muze gives me Alme which is one of my five foundation lines for breeding jumpers,' says Elizabeth Hansen. Photo: Madigan Nugent

Opocalypse LS - 2020 sBs colt Diamanté Fino X Cornet Obolensky x Pilot. The foal was bred and owned by Leeana Baugh Conroe of Texas.

Miss Ladee Rose’sae out of Champagne by Coconut Grove, and sired by Landkonig. 'This is a healthy, extremely athletic fancy filly,' says a proud Susan Worthington of Rainbow Equus Meadows in Lincoln. 'She will make Rainbow proud whatever she does in the future.'

Primo’s Sienna Gen ECE by L Primo DG x Geneva COF, bred and owned by Ellen Corob of San Luis Obispo.

O Pagani H - Diamanté Fino x Cassini II and owned and bred by Courtney Hurley in San Juan Capistrano.

'We are very excited to introduce RT Remarkable,' Says Max Wilcox, owner of RipTide. 'This colt is by the Holsteiner stallion, RipTide. With Riverman and Pablo for his grandfathers this kid can’t help but be fancy!' RipTide is standing at stud in San Diego County’s Lakeside.

Uppercrust PR, of Pomponio Ranch, was sired by ASB Conquistador, and is out of Creme de Lu, by Kannan. 'We are excited to have a homebred filly that has brought many of the top European bloodlines to California,' says Kaitlyn Bradley. 'We are excited to see her jumping future as both sides of her line have incredible jumps, and the future of our breeding program in San Gregorio with the addition of an excellent dam.'

Porchea DG, from DG Bar Ranch in Hanford. She is by Koning DG and out of Julea KS by Charmeur, who is out of Thea KS by Idocus.

Two yearlings by Cassio Picasso: On the right is Champagne Bubbles, out of Shannon Harger's Real Bubbles, a Thoroughbred mare who has competed at Preliminary eventing. The darker bay is Katelyn Grubich's colt out of her Holsteiner mare by Capone. This colt’s name is Carter. Sire Cassio Picasso is an American Trakehner Association-approved 8-year-old. He has been campaigned by James Alliston on the West Coast circuit, where he has a big fan following.

Filly sired by Eurequine stallion, Lord Adonis (Lordanos/Raphael/Ramiro Z) out of Boadicea by Balou du Rouet/Contendro. 'Lord Adonis' first foal crop after moving stateside hit the ground for us and breeders in 2019,' explains Eurequine’s Edgar Schutte. 'He is showing his ability to stamp offspring like this filly with a type desirable for the hunters and jumpers. She is short coupled, long legged, with a beautiful head, doey eye and affectionate personality.' The owner/breeder is Cara Choy. Photo: Hannah Beebe

Johnny Rocket TW is the first foal out of Miss January (For Pleasure) and by the stallion Best Regards (Cumano). His dam earned numerous championships in the Amateur Owner Hunter and Performance Hunter divisions and his sire is a top contender in the International Derby Ring. Three Wishes Farm has partnered with Touchstone Stables to develop this charismatic foal for the hunter and hunter derby rings. 'We have high hopes that he will follow in his parents footsteps!'says Anneliese Kannow of Three Wishes Farm.

The mare Apache Van De Los with her black colt, SR-71 Blackbird, the first foal born to Jaguar van Paemel in the USA. The colt is named after the fastest jet in the world, explains owner Maud Christal.

Jaguar Deluxe 1, by Jaguar van Paemel, and out of Dusty, a mare campaigned in the Thermal Million by owner Russell Morgan. Russell and Jenny Morgan own the colt.