The horse show is under way…
Thank you to all the Show Committee members who have worked so hard…
Good luck to all the Exhibitors
Please come out to support the friends of nice horses. People who care about their equine friends…and love to share the enthusiasm about a nice horse of any breed; and a particular favorite.
Don’t forget to cheer for Sleipnir Explorer and Amber McGee!!
Photos from the Classes will be available on www.ImagesNMemories.com
Elizabeth L D McGee, Horse Show Photographer.
The Liberty Classic Horse Show starts tomorrow at the Tri-State Fairgrounds in Cleveland, Tennessee. Actually, it is after midnight…so it starts today (Friday)
There will be several fine Morgan Horses on display in classes there. As well as horses of other nice breeds.
Some of our Morgan Horses will be on display. Plus, people will be here at the farm too, for the horses, organically raised plants at the greenhouse, and the antique shop.
Come support the fine exhibitors; and come out and enjoy the scenery at the farm. Sleipnir Ocoee is in with some of the other horses now…and Sleipnir Double Feature is getting ready to join him. They are so cute. We cannot wait for Echo and Alice’s foal also.
Frank Farner has his 2009 Echo gelding at the showgrounds with Dawn Krenner’s stable…so you can see Echo’s Get in both places.
Either way it will be alot of fun!
For further information go to:www.LibertyClassicHorseShow.com
We have a name for the young chestnut colt. We’ve actually had it for a bit…But I’ve been too swamped to write.
His name is Sleipnir Double Feature. Because he has crosses to Waseeka’s Showtime on both sides of his pedigree. Currently, we are calling him by his fullname or Lil guy. I’ve been joking about movie studio names for a barn name.
He is absolutely adorable…very curious about his world and fast around the pasture. We are going to introduce him to Emma and Ocoee soon; so that he’ll have a playmate.
Both little fellows have been a big hit with visitors to the farm.
One more foal due: NEJ Golddust Alice…she is bred to S. Echo’s Finale.
We went through Elizabeth’s photo selections of the new little guy, and the proud Mom…and have a page of photos chosen.
Elizabeth has the page up for viewing.
You can get to it several ways, but here is a link…
He is wonderful…we are so very pleased with Echo and Rebecca’s additions to our breeding herd.
Playday Rebecca just had her foal by Sleipnir Echo’s Finale.
He is up and cavorting around the stall, waiting for mom to be ready to play.
Doesn’t have to be Sleipnir Echo’s (something)……but it can be
John, Caitrin and Michael have suggested Tornado, Cyclone, Whirlwind, Vortex etc… because his white star and shortened strip are swirly…and he is bouncing/prancing around his stall.
The first name suggestion is in for Sequoyah and Emma’s foal.
The name suggestion is: Sleipnir Ocoee.
It seems a good suggestion as it goes with his full sister’s name…
and his half brother’s name…
Sleipnir Smokey Mountain.
We will be collecting suggestions and giving you the top choices…
Whatever his name…he would make a good driving partner with his half-brother. Or a good friend on the trails. Also show worthy.
Should be tall and sweet tempered and handsome!!!
The first foal of 2010 has been born.
Sleipnir Sequoyah x NEJ Golddust Emma’s foal has arrived.
It is a black colt. He has a slightly long umbilical cord, but otherwise is doing fine. Emma is a terrific mother; wonderful personality! and he has let me rub him all over (called imprinting the foal). It gets them use to their human companions.
So, so far, our second guesser is correct…she guessed that Emma would have a colt.
We’ll give him a few days to get used to the world…but then visitors are most welcome.
Name suggestions are welcome also. His full sister is named Sleipnir Hiwassee. His half brother is named Sleipnir Smokey Mountain.