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All of our foals for 2017 have been born. Our next foal is
due in February 2018 and more throughout the rest of 2018.
Click here to see the jennets that are due to foal in 2018.
The jennets below will be due to foal year after next in 2019.

 

Wit's End Miss El-Leigh





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34" Dark Red Jennet
DOB 6/04/06
MDR #50099

Sire: My World Cimmaron-B-99, 32½" Red
      Grand Sire:  My World Buster, 30¼" Dark Red
      Grand Dam:  Rearview's Pansy, 34½" Light Red


Dam:  Windcrest Little Bridget, 33" Dark Red w/Star
      Grand Sire:  Windcrest Little Red Man, 31" Dark Red
      Grand Dam:  Windcrest Red Beau's Robin, Brown


El-Leigh just arrived at Half Ass Acres with her longtime buddy, Oak Knoll Katie. El-Leigh has been exposed to Rojo for her first foal to arrive in January of 2019. Her last heat cycle was on 1/02/18. Photos and videos of El-Leigh will be posted soon.


 

Sky Point Picabo
Champion Producer
Sky Point Picabo, spotted jennet on May 17th, 2011
Sky Point Picabo, spotted jennet on May 17th, 2011
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Body clipped photos & videos of Boo taken on 5/17/11.


Winter time photos & videos of Boo taken on 12/17/09.

31 ½" Light Gray & White Spotted Jennet
DOB 9/29/94
MDR Registration #EC13239 ~ ACOSA Registration #SA2623
DNA Typed @ Texas A&M University
Microchip ID#on file

Sire:  Garrett's Cozy Acres Silver Fox, 32 ¾" Gray & White Spotted
      Grand Sire:  Untraced
      Grand Dam:  Untraced


Dam:  Shady Acres Muffin, 32 ¼" Gray-Dun
      Grand Sire:  Shady Acres Julio, 29 ½" Gray-Dun
      Grand Dam: Untraced

Click MDR sticker to see Miniature Donkey Registry Pedigree Boo's complete pedigree!

Picabo was owned by our mentors, Ed & Linda Trimnell of Windcrest Acres, since she was a young foal and Linda considered her to be her best producing jennet. When Windcrest Acres went out of business due to health reasons Picabo was sold to Kathy Loudamy at K & K Ranch. Picabo produced many more champions while owned by Kathy and she would have never parted with her except that she was the hardest donkey to catch she had ever encountered. Since Kathy is usually always alone at the barn she offered her to me since my husband and I are both retired and we do all of our donkey chores together. I have admired Picabo and her offspring throughout all the years I have been involved in donkeys and I jumped at the chance to own such a fantastic little spotted donkey. I thought I would have no trouble training Miss Picabo to easily be caught.

Day one of owning her: I kept her in a stall and small paddock and gave her a treat every time I passed her but only if she would allow me to put the halter on her. I must have repeated this lesson no less than 50 times that day. Late that afternoon I turned Picabo out in a larger pasture since I was going to be gone all the next day. About an hour later I went to her pasture just to see if I could catch her. Well....... she ran like the wind  before I even got within 30' of her!! She was so far away that she could not have heard me saying 'cookie, cookie' if I had used a megaphone. A cowboy with a 500' rope could not have lassoed her!! I called Kathy and told her I wanted my money back. Kathy promptly told me that Picabo was my 'diet & weight loss donkey' and she insisted I keep her so that I would be forced to lose weight. At this rate I should weigh about 100 lbs by this time next year. If you are ever this way please stop by for a visit and help me catch Miss Boo so I can worm her and do her little hooves occasionally. All help will be so appreciated. Just consider visiting Picabo and me instead of going to the gym. I will keep you posted on the continuing saga of  "Catch Me If You Can".

"Boo" has retained her great conformation through eleven foals plus due to her refusal to be caught easily. She is square and drafty and she is a long time producer of show quality donkeys with her same outstanding build.

Thank you to The Randall Family for their expert assistance in handling Miss Boo during her photo shoot!! Now you can see why I love her even if she is hard to catch sometimes! Boo has been pastured with Andy and her last heat cycle was on 1/03/18.

Boo has produced the following foals:

1) Windcrest Little Trinket, 6/16/98, a show winning jennet;

2) Windcrest Little Chanelle, 6/02/00, spotted jennet, a show winner;

3) Windcrest Sky's The Limit, 3/29/01, 2002 ACOSA Grand National Jack;

4) Windcrest Over the Top, 8/22/02, Spotted Jack, ACOSA 2 & Under National Champion & ACOSA Reserve National Champion Jack;

5) Windcrest April Charm, 4/04/04, dark spotted jennet;.

6) Windcrest Destiny, her 2005 jack foal, and a full brother to April Charm;

7) KKR Tuff Enough, 4/06/07, dark spotted jack with blue eyes;

8) KKR Eight Belles, 8/16/08, gray jennet;

9) KKR Wise Guy, 9/6/10, spotted jack;

10) HHAA Whimsy, 5/21/12, brown jennet;

11) HHAA Bonafide, 4/22/14, spotted show quality gelding.

12) HHAA Marvel, 1/07/16, spotted gelding.

13) Boo's is pastured with Andy for a January 2019 foal.


Boo is no longer offered for sale.  Before she went to
Heaven someone I loved asked me to keep Boo forever.
And I will honor that promise as long as I have my health.


 

Sunny G's Lacie




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Photos & Videos taken on 12/28/17


32½" Brown & White Tyger Spotted Jennet
DOB 1/19/04
MDR #41361
ACOSA #pending
Microchip ID# on file

Sire:  Miller's Mr. Spock, 33" Dark Brown & White Spotted
      Grand Sire:  Hartman Donkey's Pete, Spotted
      Grand Dam:  S.S. Shannon, 31¼" Brown/Gray


Dam:  Sutherlin's Little Zsha Zsha, 31¼" Brown
      Grand Sire:  M&M Eric the Red, 30½"  Red/Gray
      Grand Dam:  Fisher's Tiny Corrinne, 30½" Brown/Gray


Click MDR sticker to see Miniature Donkey Registry Pedigree Lacie's complete pedigree.

Lacie just arrived along with her best friend, Shortcake. Lacie was shown once that we are aware of at the 2006 Iowa Donkey & Mule Society show as a two year old. She placed 3rd out of 8 entries in the Jennets Two & Over class judged by Irvin Williams. Lacie's dam, Sutherlin's Little Zsha Zsha, placed first out of eleven entries in the trail class at the same show.


Lacie has produced the following foals that we are aware of:

1) Sunny G's Lucky Star, 3/27/07, Dark Brown Jennet w/Star,

2) Sunny G's Lexi, 5/09/09, Brown & White Spotted Jennet,

3) Cyder's Little Tink, 8/03/10, Dark Jennet w/NLP,

4) Cyder's Laddy, 5/31/12, Brown Jack,

5) Cyder's Swagger, 5/01/14, Brown/White Spotted Jack,

6) Lacie will be bred in the spring of 2018 to Black 'n' Blue for a 2019 foal.


 

Cyder's Strawberry Shortcake



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Photos & Videos taken on 12/28/17


33¾" Red/Brown & White Spotted Jennet
DOB 8/12/08
MDR #57393
ACOSA #pending
Microchip ID# on file

Sire:  MGF Prime Time, 30½" Black & White Spotted
      Grand Sire:  Dewey Meadows Primo, 32" Dark Brown & White Spotted
      Grand Dam:  MGF Venus Dark Damsel 717, 31¼" Brown


Dam:  MGF Venus Cerisa 114, Red
      Grand Sire:  Windcrest Cherries Jubilee, 32" Red
      Grand Dam:  MGV Venus Risa 56, 33" Brown


Click MDR sticker to see Miniature Donkey Registry Pedigree Cake's complete pedigree.

We ran out of time to take photos and videos of Cake at all angles but I can assure you she is as straight and wide as they get front and rear. We will take her videos and photos over again when the weather is warm enough to body clip her. I am in love with the build on this jennet. She is overweight now but we will slowly reduce her size before we breed her to Black 'n' Blue.  Cake has the ideal build that we are all looking for in our donkeys plus such an adorable head to go along with her. And for the icing on the cake her pedigree is completely full with no untraced relatives.


Cake has produced the following foals that we are aware of:

1) Cyder's Prancer, 4/09/13, Red/Brown Jack,

2) Cake's second foal will be due in the spring of 2019. She will be bred to Bruise.


 

Itsy Bitsy Stardance

Itsy Bitsy Stardance, miniature donkey brood jennet at Half  Ass Acres
Photos taken August 5th, 2013, three days after foaling!
Itsy Bitsy Stardance, miniature donkey brood jennet at Half  Ass Acres
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30 ½" True Black Jennet w/NLP & Star
DOB 5/25/06
Birth Height: 20½"
MDR Registration #48798
Microchip ID#on file


Sire:  Circle C Main Event, 32 ½" Black w/Star (Halter Champion)
      Grand Sire:  MGF Future Link, 32" Black w/Star (Halter Champion)
      Grand Dam:  Soderglen's Queenie, 32" Black


Dam:  Valiant Miss Starlet, 33" Black (Multiple Halter Champ)
      Grand Sire:  Soderglen's Muchacho, 33 ½" Black, NLP
      Grand Dam:  Valiant Tequila, 33 ½" Gray-Dun


Click MDR sticker to see  Miniature Donkey Registry Pedigree Stardance's complete pedigree.

We fell in love with Stardance when we were in Texas visiting Itsy Bitsy Burro Co and we just had to have her. She is just as sweet as she is beautiful! Stardance stays black all year round. She doesn't turn brown even when left out in the sun. She is black as coal in the summertime or when body clipped. She is measuring under 30½" tall as well. We will take new photos and videos next spring after we body clip her again.

We allowed Stardance to have a long rest and she has been pastured with Andy for a foal due in December of 2018.

Stardance is the dam of the following foals:

1) HHAA Tiny Dancer, Dark Spotted Jennet, DOB 7/20/10- DOD 8/02/10 (Tiny Dancer had badly contracted tendons that the vets were unable to repair during her operation. They suggested that the humane thing to do was to put her down. It was beyond heartbreaking.)

2) HHAA Dance Much? (Tango), 8/02/13, Black w/cross Jack w/NLP.

3) Stardance's third foal will be due in December of 2018.


Click here  to see more photos of Stardance!


 


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