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Presenting our 2009 Foals
10 Jennets ~ 5 Jacks



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Forget Me Not
Forget Me NotForget Me Not
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Dark Brown Jennet w/NLP
DOB 9/11/09 @ 12:24am
Birth Height: 21 ¾" ~ Birth Weight: 24 lbs.
MDR #57744
Microchip ID#on file

Sire:  PGF Peppercorn, 30 ½" Brown
      Grand Sire:  My World Buster, 30 ¼" Sorrel
      Grand Dam:  Pine Grove Farm's Rhubarb, 31 ½" Gray-Dun


Dam:  Heiken's Ark Sunflower, 32 ¼" Very Dark Brown & White Spot
      Grand Sire:  LN Nickelsworth, 29 ¾" Brown
      Grand Dam:  CDR Ms Sweet Pea, 32 ¾" Gray & White Spot

Knotty was born on 9/11 and we named her Forget Me Not in honor of the people who were lost on that date. Knotty has been repurchased by us and is now in our brood jennet band.


Going to a new home!
Gone to Goodlettsville, Tennessee to be BFF with Rosie!

Notty & RosieNotty & Steve
Photographed above with Notty's new best
friend, Rosie, and their owner Steve!
(Photos by Julia Vaughn)




Here is the birth...thanks to TNHoney on marestare!!


Here is the video that we took during the birth

 

LightfootLee
formerly
Let Freedom Ring
Let Freedom RingLet Freedom Ring
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Brown Jack w/Faint Star
DOB 7/04/09 @ 7:52pm
Birth Height:  22" ~ Birth Weight: 23 ¾ lbs
MDR #57884

Sire: Heiken's Ark Napoleon, 31 ½" Dk Brn/Blk/White Spotted w/NLP
      Grand Sire:  Heiken's Ark Dandy, 30 ¼" Dark Spotted
      Grand Dam:  LN Nigeria, Grulla Brown/Gray w/NLP


Dam:  Sunset Acres Meggie Mae, 32 ½" Black w/Cross
      Grand Sire:  Circle C Black Russian, 30" Black w/Cross, NLP
      Grand Dam:  Double D Farm Little Bit, 31 ¾" Red


The fireworks started going off in our neighborhood the second he was born. It was surreal!

Click here to see recent photos of Lightfoot Lee!


Going to a new home!








 

 

Hissy Fit
HHAA Hissy FitHHAA Hissy Fit
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Very Dark Vivid Red Jennet
DOB 6/05/09 @ 9:11 am
Birth Height: 20 ¼" ~ Birth Weight: 21 lbs
MDR #57874
Microchip ID#on file

Sire: Windcrest Firefly, 30 ½" Dark Red
      Grand Sire:  MGF Fiftyfire, 31 ½" Dark Red
      Grand Dam:  Windcrest Pinkee, 32" Red


Dam:  Ass-Pirin Acres Felina, 31 ½" Dark Red
      Grand Sire:  Arbor Ledge Little Red, 31 ½" Red
      Grand Dam:  Shawmar's Fatima of Ass-Pirin Acres, 32 ¼" Dark Red

Our foaling season this year has been awesome. With each birth we seem to have been blessed with unique and absolutely gorgeous foals.

This is Felina’s second baby, her first, Radiance, is now a Junior Herd Sire at Itsy Bitsy Burro Co. They are more than pleased with him. Hissy looks exactly like her brother, Ray, except she only has a few tiny hairs for a star and Ray has a large star. In fact, she looks so much like him that we would have named her Red Ray if we had not alreeady used that name.

On June 5th, 2009 Felina started the day out as if she was in early labor and was placed in a stall. That did not make her happy so as she continued showing more and more signs of labor so we moved her to the birthing stall. She paced, and paced, and was very agitated to be so confined. We were unable to put her buddy in the next stall because we had filled that stall with hay a few days before. I went in her stall to sit with her and if I tried to leave she threw a fit. Those watching on Mare Stare were talking about how unhappy she seemed to be and wondered what was taking place. One person sent me this text message, “Felina is so spoiled, she even has to have her mom in the delivery room with her.What a hissy fit she is throwing!" That is when we knew what we would name this precious new baby.

When she was born Joe and I could not believe out eyes. This tiny little girl was wearing the most vivid red coat we have ever seen on any of our newborn foals. I was the one jumping around and throwing the “hissy fit” over her rare beauty. Weighing only 21 lbs, and standing mere 20 ¼ inches tall she spun her way right into our hearts that very moment. Her little legs are strong and straight, and her bottom is full and round. Hissy instantly became a little lap donkey and her adoring personality let us know she was something very special. Felina is such a good mother and never worried one bit about all the “fits” taking place over her newborn beauty. In fact, we had farm visitors that very day and all of us just sat in the stall floor and played with Felina and Hissy. When standing up she only comes to Joe’s knees. She resembles a stuffed pull toy…..too beautiful to be real.

Once again, we are sorry to say, “Hissy is not for sale”. The Lord has blessed us this year with so many special jennet foals that we thought it might be time to start keeping a few for ourselves. Don't worry..we will start selling our jennet foals again next year!




 


 

Partly Cloudy
HHAA Partly CloudyHHAA Partly Cloudy
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Light Red/Gray & White Spotted Jack
DOB 5/23/09 @ 1:52 am
Birth Height:  21 ¼" ~ Birth Weight: 23 lbs
MDR #pending
ACOSA #SA2553
Microchip ID#on file

Sire:  PGF Peppercorn Jack, 30 ½" Brown
      Grand Sire:  My World Buster, 30 ¼" Sorrel
      Grand Dam:  Pine Grove Farm's Rhubarb, 31 ½" Gray-Dun


Dam:  Zahm Painted Roxanne, 30 ¾" Gray & White Spotted
      Grand Sire:  Zahm Painted Webster, 29 ½" Gray & White Spotted
      Grand Dam:  Scherr's Rebecca, Gray-Dun

We were so happy to watch Roxanne have a successful foaling of this most unusual and tiny frosted jack since she aborted her first foal at 10 months for no apparent reason. She did not disappoint us as she presented us with this tiny, sweet, soft and 'fluffy as a cloud' little guy. His spots are rather muted and he looks like he could be floating up in the sky with the rest of the billowing clouds. One of my friends, Julia Vaughn, suggested the name and it fits him to a tee. Thank you , Julia!

We have rarely had a foal with this unusual color and we may have to wait just a bit to see if he stays this way, or will actually frost out as he matures. Either way, he is precious and so full of love. That tiny little head just looks up at us as if to say, "I'll kiss you, too, when I finish kissing my mom!" I can hardly keep my hands off of him as he follows me around when I am cleaning his stall.

The weather has been so rainy and dreary since he was born that he has had to stay in the stall for several days. Roxanne was fine with that, as being a first time mom, she was very protective of her first live foal. I don't blame her at all...he is worth protecting. Cloud is cute as they come and he shows his love all the time to Roxanne. They have an unusually close relationship and are constantly hugging and kissing. We could have named him Momma's Boy.

Cloud is very special and he is offered for sale. Call to set an appointment to see Partly Cloudy. We don't expect he will be on the for sale page for very long.

Update! Per Leah at the Miniature Donkey Registry Partly Cloudy is a light red/gray & white spotted who may later frost out!! Thanks Leah!


Going to a new home!
Heading to South Carolina!!



 

 

 

Picaboo Sweet
HHAA Picaboo SweetHHAA Picaboo Sweet
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Brown Jennet
DOB 5/08/09 @ 7:03 pm
Birth Height:  19 ¾" ~ Birth Weight: 19½ lbs
MDR #57879
Microchip ID#on file

Sire: Heiken's Ark Napoleon, 31 ½" Dk Brn/Blk/White Spotted w/NLP
      Grand Sire:  Heiken's Ark Dandy, 30 ¼" Dark Spotted
      Grand Dam:  LN Nigeria, Grulla Brown/Gray w/NLP


Dam:  HHAA Miz Moxie, 31" Brown
      Grand Sire:  PGF Peppercorn Jack, 30 ½" Brown
      Grand Dam:  LN Pixie of Belle E Acres (aka Sheena), 29 ½" Brown w/Red

Have you ever heard the expression, "Good things come in small packages?" I am now a firm believer in that old saying we've all heard over the years after seeing this darling little jennet that we named Picaboo Sweet. Picaboo is one of the smallest foals we have ever had born at Half Ass Acres. She weighed in at a whooping 19½ lbs. and measured only 19¾" tall at birth. We have only had two other foals smaller in all our years of raising miniature donkeys.

We were anxiously awaiting the birth of Moxie's first foal. We are always concerened with our maiden jennets so Moxie was no exception. She is not a large jennet nor is the sire, Napoleon, a large jack, and Sheena, Moxie's dam, is also a very small jennet. We were not surprised when Picaboo arrived so tiny and perfect.

It did not take us long to name her as I was already playing the peek-a-boo game with her and talking baby talk. She acts like she is as big as all the other donkeys and does the cutest things. We love watching her prance around, throw her perfect head back as she runs and plays and then take command of the rest of the babies in the pasture. She is small but she is mighty. She has such a 'look at me' attitude and we sure don't mind accommodating her.


Going to a new home!



 
 

 

Halo
HHAA HaloHHAA Halo
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Dark Spotted Jennet
DOB 5/04/09 @ 10:51 pm
Birth Height:  22 ¼" ~ Birth Weight: 31 ¾ lbs
MDR #57875
ACOSA #SA2554
Microchip ID#on file

Sire: Heiken's Ark Napoleon, 31 ½" Dk Brn/Blk/White Spotted w/NLP
      Grand Sire:  Heiken's Ark Dandy, 30 ¼" Dark Spotted
      Grand Dam:  LN Nigeria, Grulla Brown/Gray w/NLP


Dam:  Windcrest Gayla, 32 ½" Brown
      Grand Sire:  Springlake Razmataz, 30 ½" Light Red
      Grand Dam:  RVB Genewa, 34" Brown

How do you describe an angel? An angel is beautiful, graceful, gentle, adoring and from God above. I do believe we now have one of God's angels living with us! This little girl is SO beautiful and has every quality anyone could ask for in a spotted jennet. She is practically flawless. Her big ears are arched at the top so that her halo is a perfect fit. I see it every time I look at her and you will too.

Halo has a beautiful wide chest, is very stocky, has a perfect bite, a gorgeous dark 50/50 spot pattern, and dark eye liner all the way around both of her expressive eyes. Her personality is so playful and sweet...just angelic. Halo catches your eye the minute you see her. It is as if she were 'special ordered' just for us. She is everything we breed for in our donkeys and we are looking forward to adding her to our brood jennets after she matures. She could be a show stopper as well, but, we will have to see if I can talk Joe into taking her in the show ring one day.

Napoleon and Gayla certainly passed on all their best qualities to Halo. We will be sure to repeat this breeding of two of our favorite donkeys.

Sold!!
Mississippi Bound!!



 
 

 

Geisha Girl
HHAA Geisha GirlHHAA Geisha Girl
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Very Dark Brown Jennet w/Faint Star
DOB 4/21/09 @ 10:20 am
Birth Height:  23" ~ Birth Weight: 31 ½ lbs
MDR #pending
Microchip ID#on file

Sire: Heiken's Ark Napoleon, 31 ½" Dk Brn/Blk/White Spotted w/NLP
      Grand Sire:  Heiken's Ark Dandy, 30 ¼" Dark Spotted
      Grand Dam:  LN Nigeria, Grulla Brown/Gray w/NLP


Dam:  Sunset Acres Sissy, 33 ¼" Black
      Grand Sire:  Circle C Black Russian, 30" Black w/Cross, NLP
      Grand Dam:  Sunset Acres Little Brite Eyes, 33 ½" Red

I had just finished my morning check of all our pregnant jennets. Sissy had cloudy milk. I quickly came inside to post her update and then started my computer work. Approximately 2 hours later our phone rang and one of the Mare Stare viewers told me we had a jennet in labor. Much to our surprise Sissy was down and pushing out her foal. We got to her and saw the foal was hip locked. It took a little working with her to assist getting her foal cleared from the birth canal. It scared us to death and taught us a great lesson…"never let our guard down when the milk color changes." We had thought she would not have her foal for another 24 + hours since her milk was not white.

This beautiful dark brown jennet is an absolute joy to us. She has entertained us and all our farm visitors since her first day out of her stall. She is so elegant and full of herself with her high energy and very outgoing personality. We named her Geisha Girl as she has a defined beauty, entertains us with her dancing and prancing, and is very unique in so many ways. Her head is very upright, straight legs, perfect bit, and beautiful distinct color. Trying to get pictures of Geisha is nearly impossible as she comes running to all who enter her paddock. She greets everyone and surrounds them with so much attention that one is hardly aware there are other donkeys. Geisha Girl has personality plus which captures her beauty and the attention of all who come to our farm. I had to get Joe to help me take her pictures ……she kept getting right in my face. I could not back away fast enough before she was in my lap and I was laughing and playing with her rather than taking her pictures for everyone to see.

We should keep this beautiful girl to be our pasture entertainment and later one of our brood jennets.. Everyone who has visited our farm just loves to watch her perform. She does not have a shy bone in her body. Unfortunately we cannot keep every foal so we will be offering Geisha to some lucky new owner to enjoy.

Going to a new home!
Living in Georgia!

 

 

 

Pick Pocket
HHAA Pick PocketHHAA Pick Pocket
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Dark Brown & White Spotted Jennet w/Blaze Face
DOB 4/13/09 @1:56 pm
Birth Height:  22 ¼" ~ Birth Weight: 25.8 lbs.
MDR #57878
ACOSA#SA2555
Microchip ID#on file

Sire:  PGF Peppercorn Jack, 30 ½" Brown
      Grand Sire:  My World Buster, 30 ¼" Sorrel
       Grand Dam:  Pine Grove Farm's Rhubarb, 31½" Gray-Dun
       

Dam:  Windcrest Sunshine Girl, 33 ½" Dark Brown & White Spotted
      Grand Sire:  Sam Magic Place, 31 ¼" Gray-Dun
      Grand Dam:  Miss Suzie Bell, 34" Brown & White Spotted

Unbelievable to say the least! Just when we thought we were so tired we couldn't stay awake another minute, Sunshine went into labor and blessed us with, yet another, little spotted jennet. Bow had just foaled about 8 hours sooner. Could this be possible, did this really happen, were they both flashy spotted girls????? We thought they looked so much alike that I was telling Joe they could enter a "Best Matched Pair Class."

It has been hard naming our foals this year as each one has been so unique. It, sometimes, takes a while to be with them and learn their personalities before we decide on just that perfect name. Many of our Mare Stare watchers suggested good names but this cute little girl was demanding we look at her, play with her, snuggle her, pet her, laugh at her and just let her be the frolicking little "kick up her heals girl" she could be. Her markings were so cute, and she was so fuzzy, that it was hard to keep our hands off of her while smiling the entire time at her deliberate antics. Those two big white spots, one on each hip, reminded us of big fluffy pockets, pom poms , fancy pants, hip pockets, etc. We found ourselves reaching out to pat her bottom right on those two big white spots every time she'd fly by us saying, "look at my cute ass"…That's It! We had the name…it had to be Pick Pocket, nothing else would do. Pockets will win your heart, put a smile on your face, and "Pick Your Pocket" for all the love you can give. Simple adorable and "sorry" she is not for sale at this time. She is still picking our pockets for all the love we can give. Sunshine, the mom, really outdid herself this time and gave us a pocketful of Sunshine!

Going to a new home!
We had no intentions of selling this gorgeous girl
but we were made an offer we simply could not refuse!



 



 

Gypsy Heart
HHAA Gypsy HeartHHAA Gypsy Heart
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Brown & White Spotted Jennet w/Bald Face
DOB 4/13/09 @5:47 am
Birth Height:  21 ½" - Birth Weight: 22.8 lbs.
MDR #57873
ACOSA #SA2552
Microchip ID#on file

Sire:  PGF Peppercorn Jack, 30 ½" Brown
      Grand Sire:  My World Buster, 30 ¼" Sorrel
      Grand Dam:  Pine Grove Farm's Rhubarb, 31 ½" Gray-Dun
       

Dam:  Taste the Rainbow, 32 ½" Dark Brown & White Spotted
      Grand Sire:  Sunset Acres Hoops, 31 ½" True Jet Black w/NLP
      Grand Dam:  HAA Alanis Morissette, 33 ½" Dk Brn/White Spotted

First of all a BIG THANK YOU to one of our Mare Stare viewers, Canadianlady, who called to wake us up and tell us Bow was in labor. We had been watching Sunshine, who had all the signs of going in to labor, rather than Bow who had no immediate signs of labor. I felt for sure our viewer had made a huge mistake. Not so…Bow 's water had broken and she was in full labor right before our eyes. We, hurriedly, ran to the barn and were able get there for the beautiful birth of a perfect spotted little girl.

You may remember that Bow is the mother of our adored Pony-Tailed Lass who was born 2 years ago with no tail. Many of you helped with her doctor bills for her operations during the fund raiser named "Pin the Tail on the Donkey" that was organized by my cherished friend, Sandy Dorris. Pony Tail is one special little girl and a great mascot for us at Half Ass Acres sent to us from Heaven above. She will remain with us forever. You can now imagine some of our anxiousness about the birth of this foal. When the foal was clear of her mother, we immediately looked to make sure she had her tail. There is was, it was gorgeous, Bow was fine, the baby was fine, and all was right with the world. I told Joe she had the prettiest tail I'd ever seen. Tears of joy, for our dear Bow and her baby, rolled down my face as I gave all the Praise and Glory to our Lord for this baby.

We have named Pony Tail's sister, "Gypsy Heart" for her beautifully colored coat and for all the warmth in our hearts over her birth. She catches your eye dancing around looking like a beautiful gypsy in all her finery. Her stocky little body is covered with spots of several colors. We see dark brown, black, even tones of red. This little spotted girl has it all in one nice solid package. We can't wait for Bow to take Gypsy out to meet her sister Pony-Tailed Lass, and her best friend, Poppy. It will certainly be a Kodak Moment. That should tell you something…..Gypsy is NOT for sale at this time.

Going to a new home!


 

 

Pasco
HHAA PascoeHHAA Pascoe
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Dark Gray/Roan Jack w/Star
DOB 4/12/09 @ 12:11 am
Birth Height:  23 ½" ~ Birth Weight: 31.4 lbs
MDR #57876
Microchip ID#on file

Sire: Heiken's Ark Napoleon, 31 ½" Dk Brn/Blk/White Spotted w/NLP
      Grand Sire:  Heiken's Ark Dandy, 30 ¼" Dark Spotted
      Grand Dam:  LN Nigeria, Grulla Brown/Gray w/NLP


Dam:  Gee Haw's Co-Co Butter, 33 ¾" True Black (no cross)
      Grand Sire:  Miller's EC Mr. Spock, 33" Dark Brown & White Spot
      Grand Dam:  Someday's Feliciana, 33 ¾" Brown

We were blessed with a healthy baby born on Easter Sunday. We named him Pasco as it means 'born on Easter.' Thank you to Asta in Denmark for naming him! His color appears to be a gray/roan or brown/roan with an intermediate muzzle and no eye rings. This boy is definately show quality with his heavy bone and straight legs. He has a tiny head with a perfect bite. We can put our hand inbetween his front legs his chest is so wide. He measured not quite 23½" tall so we feel that he will be too tall for a herd sire. He will be a gorgeous driving donkey when he matures with his spotlight on his forehead.


Sold!!
Congratulations to
Zachary Amiss
New Hampshire!!




 

 

Miss Magnificent
a.k.a. Maggie
HHAA Miss Magnificent aka MaggieHHAA Miss Magnificent aka Maggie
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Very Dark Brown Jennet w/NLP
DOB 3/29/09 @ 1:37am
Birth Height:  23 ¾" ~ Birth Weight: 28.6 lbs
MDR #57880
Microchip ID#on file

Sire: Heiken's Ark Napoleon, 31 ½" Dk Brn/Blk/White Spotted w/NLP
      Grand Sire:  Heiken's Ark Dandy, 30 ¼" Dark Spotted
      Grand Dam:  LN Nigeria, Grulla Brown/Gray w/NLP


Dam:  Half Ass Acres Oprah, 34 ¼" Smokey Black w/NLP
      Grand Sire:  Fisher's Great Gildersleeve, 32 ¼" Spotted
      Grand Dam:  Half Ass Acres Whoopi, 33 ¾" Black

Oprah and her new foal were offered for sale as a pair! Thank you to Donna Hutchins for naming her.


Going to a new home!



 

 

Ponderosa Leigh
HHAA Ponderosa LeighHHAA Ponderosa Leigh
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Dark Red Jennet w/Star
DOB 3/28/09 @ 4:37pm
Birth Height:  22 ¼" ~ Birth Weight: 26 lbs
MDR #57872
Microchip ID#on file

Sire: Windcrest Firefly, 30 ½" Dark Red
      Grand Sire:  MGF Fiftyfire, 31 ½" Dark Red
      Grand Dam:  Windcrest Pinkee, 32" Red


Dam:  Windcrest Red Target, 33" Dark Red w/BullsEye Star
      Grand Sire:  Cobra's Red Man, 30 ½" Dark Red
      Grand Dam:  Cobra's Golden Molly, 32 ¼" Brown

This is a special one and another keeper. We are building an awesome sorrel herd of donkeys! Leigh is named after our friend, Gary Lee Shebeck from the Ponderosa Donkey Farm in Iowa, who was visiting the night before she was born. I am glad she waited until after he left to arrive or he would have tried to talk me out of her! Sometimes my little bad donkeys are really smart. LOL!!!

Going to a new home!



 

 

Levi
HHAA LeviHHAA Levi
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Dark Gray & White Spotted Jack
DOB 3/23/09 @ 9:37pm
Birth Height:  21 ¼" ~ Birth Weight: 24.6 lbs
MDR #57883
Microchip ID#on file

Sire: Heiken's Ark Napoleon, 31 ½" Dk Brn/Blk/White Spotted w/NLP
      Grand Sire:  Heiken's Ark Dandy, 30 ¼" Dark Spotted
      Grand Dam:  LN Nigeria, Grulla Brown/Gray w/NLP


Dam:  Windcrest Gidget, 32" Black w/Cross & Star
      Grand Sire:  Springlake Black Magic, 31 ½" Black w/Cross
      Grand Dam:  Springlake Candy, 32" Brown

Another little spot…..The minute Gidget started her delivery of this little guy we could see it was going to be a spot. We watched with great excitement wondering about his spot pattern. As you can see in his pictures, his spots look as if he was hand painted with a little dab here, and a little dab there……those dark ears, dark eyes patches, big expressive eyes, dark hocks, and one dark pastern all make up the little guys “cute factor.” We have said he is dark gray but he has a few spots that are a bit darker and may just be black. Whatever the color, he is a real doll.

One of our viewers on Mare Stare suggested we name him Levi and it suited him to a tee. He surely wears that name very well. I can’t wait to dress him up in a pair of Levi Jeans. Taking his videos was a hoot. It was like he was playing a part in a real movie. He kept moving like he could hear the music and even did the “side-pass” for all of you to see. *See video Levi, 12 hours old* below.

It is so much fun having these babies so close together this year. We can hardly get our chores done for wanting to play with them. I should have said them wanting to play with us. It’s one big happy family in our mom and baby paddock at this time of year.



Going to a new home!
Congratulations to
Carolyn Seely

Click here to see more photos of Levi!

 


 

Bumble Bee
a.k.a. Bumbles
HHAA Bumble Bee, aka BumblesHHAA Bumble Bee, aka Bumbles
(Photos above taken on Easter Day @ 3 weeks of age ~ the sun has turned her even redder!)

Red Jennet
DOB 3/22/09 @ 4:20pm
Birth Height:  20 ¾" ~ Birth Weight: 23.6 lbs
MDR #57871
Microchip ID#on file

Sire: Windcrest Firefly, 30 ½" Dark Red
      Grand Sire:  MGF Fiftyfire, 31 ½" Dark Red
      Grand Dam:  Windcrest Pinkee, 32" Red


Dam:  Jalan's Morning Glow, 30 ¾" Red
      Grand Sire:  Jalan's Carolina Red, 32" Red
      Grand Dam:  Sunset Acres Sweet Muffy, 32" Red

How do we begin…Where do we start?....God has blessed us, yet again, with another gorgeous dark red jennet from Glow. Every time I look at her I have to say, “Be still my heart”, as I take in all her beauty. Glow is the dam of Little Whiskey Girl, who was 18 ¾" tall at birth (this was before we weighed our foals) and Bee Sting, who was 21½" tall and 23 lbs. at birth, and now Bumbles. What a trio of beautiful red foals Glow has had for us. Of course, let’s don’t forget the contribution made by Firefly with Bumbles and Bee. What a great combination!

Taking pictures of Bumbles was a joy. She already has that show ring stand down pat and the looks to go right in the ring and say, “Look at me”, I’m here to win.” She has a perfect 10 score from us. Bumbles is compact, straight legs, and one of the cutest little heads you’ve ever seen. We love her dark, rich, cinnimon red color so much and marvel at the way she holds that head up so high using those gorgeous red ears that look like they are lined with white bunny fur.

You may have guessed it by now, but, she is NOT for sale at this time. She will make an excellent addition to our brood jennets in a few years, and, if we elect to do so, she will be yet another show ring beauty. Until that time we will spend our days admiring her elegance.

Click here to see more photos of Bumbles!

 

 

Sweet Spotz
HHAA Sweet SpotzHHAA Sweet Spotz
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Black & White Spotted Jack
DOB 3/18/09 @8:52pm
Birth Height:  21 ¼" ~ Birth Weight: 24.4 lbs
MDR #57882
ACOSA #2551
Microchip ID#on file

Sire: Heiken's Ark Napoleon, 31 ½" Dk Brn/Blk/White Spotted w/NLP
      Grand Sire:  Heiken's Ark Dandy, 30 ¼" Dark Spotted
      Grand Dam:  LN Nigeria, Grulla Brown/Gray w/NLP


Dam:  Sunset Acres Sweet Pea, 33" Black
      Grand Sire:  MGF Homer, 33 ¼" Black & White Spot
      Grand Dam:  Sunset Acres Ms. B, 34" Black

What a way to start the foaling season this year. We could not have asked for a nicer spotted jack. Sweet Pea and Napoleon certainly stamped him with their fantastic gene pools. I don’t think we own a sweeter jennet than Sweet Pea and he certainly has his mom’s personality. Spotz is proudly sporting his dad’s flashy coat as he runs around pestering his mom. She is being ever so patient with him.

The moment we saw him we knew he was going to be a show stopper. He has “spotz” in all the right places, and then some. His dark eyes and eyeliner just add to his beauty. This little man's spots are very dark. Time will tell if they are black or black/brown. Spotz has such a short stocky body, with nicely marked straight legs. Look at his adorable, short head….just the kind we love and so hard to find in a spot!

Ever heard people say to babies, “I’m going to get your sugar, or your sweet spot?" Well, every spot on this little guy IS sweet. We can hardly keep our hands off of him.

Sorry but Spotz is “notz” for sale at this time. We may reconsider to a show home. Serious inquires only please. Call us for more information.

Click here to see more photos of Spotz and his birth videos!

Going to a new home!
Congratulations to
Ed & Angela Preston
Hill Country Miniatures
Sunnyvale, Texas!!

   
Spotz @ 4 months!


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