15 April 2018

Welcome to the World Little Man....

Taw River Dracarys - a grand name for our new little chap!
(click here for videos)

Born in the bottom field at 4.45pm on Friday 13th April 2018

















In the safety of his stable - time for a nap (it's been a tiring afternoon)





One Day Old.... April 14th


Two Days Old... April 15th




15th April continued.....



saying hello to Eddie
saying hello to Uncle Ashley






16th January 2018 - Three days old....





well... we wanted a showjumper!



click here for the foal at Two Weeks old


VIDEO


11 comments:

  1. Wow! I had no idea that they could run so soon. What a lovely little chap, and he loves his Mum! Congratulations to all concerned!!!

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    1. Yes foals are up and able to run withing 30 minutes or so - natural protection from when they were wild animals. Deer, etc are the same. (A couple more pics have been added by the way)

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  2. Inge H. Borg8:08 pm

    What a little jumper already. Just too bad he was born too late to be on your "Escaped to the Country" TV segment. Such a lovely little chap. Thanks for sharing his young life with us.

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    1. Yes he would have been the star of the show!

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  3. Congrats on the new Baby Boy! Just look at those legs! Momma looks pretty proud, too. Bright Blessings and Wonderful Adventures await. <3

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    1. Thank you Jax - he's now just over a week old and already growing big!

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  4. If I'd been born with long legs like his, I could have made a much better living ... Oh, wait. That would likely have required me wearing a fur coat and peals as well... So, let's just leave it at eternal hope for recognition as a writer of historical fiction.

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    1. I'm sure his dad was a giraffe!

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Thank you for leaving a comment your interest is very much appreciated! It will be published as soon as possible - depending on whether I am at my computer or walking up the lane, or being chased by the goose or helping mend fences after the pony has broken through YET AGAIN.... :-)
Helen