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After a long and trying winter, we welcomed our first foals on March 21, 2011
The 2011 Foals have all arrived a Buckskin Tobiano Filly, JOY; two Bay colts, one a Tovero, SCOUT, and one a Tobiano, JACK; and a Palomino Tobiano Filly,  MARIE.
 

On March 21, 2011, about 5:30 am, I was able to see Brazzy deliver her filly foal.  Later that morning, while I was at work, Dafy had her colt.  This is the second year out of three that Dafy has had her foal the same day, just later, than Brazzy.  Makes a person wonder if there isn't a little (half) sibling rivalry going on there! 
 
 

O MY ODE TO Joy
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Buckskin Tobiano Filly

Joy
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Jack is FOR SALE:
                           Jack $1000.00

O You Dont Know JACK
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Bay Tobiano Colt

Jack
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Jack
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Jack, winter 2011
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 2011,  loud, Tovero Colt,
SCOUT.
FOR SALE $2000.00

SCOUT---April 3, 2011
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Tovero Bay Colt out of Stacy and Sundance,

Scout
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June 2011
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Scout

Stacy and Scout
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Winter 2011-12

April 2013; Scout and Jack
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2011 gelded sons of Sundance

On Friday, May 13, 2011, Mattie had a palomino filly.  Since she was born on Friday the 13th, I had to have a little fun with her name, so she is named after the woman/witch in the song, "Another man done gone", Marie LeVeau, by Bobby Bare.  (It doesn't help that her grandma was just a little witchy at times!) SOLD

Marie, June 2011
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Marie, July 4, 2011
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We were to have 2 more foals in 2011 but on February 3, 2011 our old farmstead type barn (nearly  a hundred years old) caught on fire and we lost two bred mares, DOMINO and SAMMIE.  Both buckskin mares were carrying buckskin foals out of our buckskin stallion, SUNDANCE (who survived the fire though he was in the pen connected to it).  Domino was carrying a buckskin Tobiano filly, and Sammie was carrying a homozygous Tobiano buckskin colt.  Fortunately, earlier that day one of our neighbors had cleared the 21 inches of snow out of our driveway, too much for our smaller tractors, which allowed the Calhoun Fire Department to reach us and protect the rest of the buildings, fences, trailers, etc from being lost too.  Our Donkey, JULIE, had savely removed all of the sheep and goats that were in the lean-tos away from the burning barn by the time I made it out of the house.