Aunt Lois has produced several incredible Warmblood foals; a 96 Premium Oldenburg filly by Fabriano (Frequency), a beautiful black and white pinto Oldenburg filly by Rainbow, a 98 Premium Oldenburg filly by Gonzo I (Genuine), a '99 Premium Oldenburg filly by Gonzo I (Glace Noire) and a year 2000 gorgeous bay Benvolio filly that won first premium at the GOV inspection, a 2001 colt by Bonjour, a 2003 pinto colt by Palladio and a 2004 pinto filly by Palladio. This mare has proven herself as a consistant producer of fantastic foals with wonderful movement, conformation and temperament.
This mare's 2000 foal, by legendary dressage sire Benvolio is just as great as we had hoped. As we expected, this consistent mare produced incredible dressage movement and beauty out of this cross.
Bonsai, Aunt Lois' 2001 Premium model exceeded our expectations! This colt is by Bonjour, sire of Benvolio. Bonsai was sold to a local competitive dressage home and has won many in hand awards including third in USDF all breed awards as a 3yo. He's competed well in the Materiales and we look forward to seeing much more of this fabulous boy.
In 2002 Red took a well earned break from being bred.
In 2003 Red produced a fabulous pinto colt named Phantom CF. His personality and movement was apparent from day one and his quality hard to miss. This stunning mover sold to a competitive dressage home in Canada.
Red's 2004 foal, Pantomime CF, turned out to be a gorgeous, nearly carbon copy of her older brother Phantom CF. This special girl captivated everyone with her personality and super athletic ability and was sold to the owner's of Bonsai.
Sadly, in late 2004 our special Red foundered very badly just out of the blue and for no apparent reason. Her 2005 foal (a beautiful pinto colt) was aborted from the trama. Red has recovered as well as can be expected and is currently acting as an auntie to the weanlings. We do not expect to breed her back again and she will live out her days here with us as a cherished pet. We can't thank her enough for all the super foals she's given to us. Her legacy will live on in our program as we currently have three Aunt Lois daughters, Frequency, Glace Noire and Bombay.
In 2006 Red gave us her final
gift. After the sudden and shocking loss of Bombay from a freak internal
rupture in July, 2006, Red happily and eagerly adopted Bombay's month-old
orphan foal. We gave Red domperidone to induce lactation and this mare
was able to nurse the colt. We've never seen her happier than to have
one last kid and can't thank her enough for giving this special colt
such a great start in life.
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