We have two foals coming in 2019.  Have you ever noticed the amount of excitement for an upcoming crop of foals is in direct proportion to how long winter can drag on? Well it's going to be a long winter.


Lordanos X Very Vero

Lordanos (Landos X Ahorn Z) had a long career competing up to 1.50m classes. He is known for his incredible character, great ridability, and talent. He is a super producer, always making the WBSFH top sires list as well as being named the USEF top producing jumper sire in 2013. Just search youtube for Lordanos offspring to see how amazingly consistent he throws lovely babies.

Lordanos (Landos X Ahorn Z) had a long career competing up to 1.50m classes. He is known for his incredible character, great ridability, and talent. He is a super producer, always making the WBSFH top sires list as well as being named the USEF top producing jumper sire in 2013. Just search youtube for Lordanos offspring to see how amazingly consistent he throws lovely babies.

Very Vero is a 2008 TB mare by Holy Bull out of a Rizzi mare. She stands over 16.2h with fantastic gaits, and an even better personality. There isn’t anything about this mare that we don’t like. Her sire is well known to produce offspring who transition well into the sport horse world. She comes from a dam line of timber horses, so jumping is in her blood.

Very Vero is a 2008 TB mare by Holy Bull out of a Rizzi mare. She stands over 16.2h with fantastic gaits, and an even better personality. There isn’t anything about this mare that we don’t like. Her sire is well known to produce offspring who transition well into the sport horse world. She comes from a dam line of timber horses, so jumping is in her blood.



Birdstone X HARD TO READ

Throwing it back to our racing roots, we have Hard To Read in foal to Birdstone for a foal to watch for on the track. Hard To read is by Alphabet Soup and of the Little Missouri mare Little Mo. She is a mostly distance runner, preferring to run on the turf. She has had two warmblood foals for us, but she's too good of a TB to not use her for racing.

Throwing it back to our racing roots, we have Hard To Read in foal to Birdstone for a foal to watch for on the track. Hard To read is by Alphabet Soup and of the Little Missouri mare Little Mo. She is a mostly distance runner, preferring to run on the turf. She has had two warmblood foals for us, but she's too good of a TB to not use her for racing.

Birdstone is by Kentucky Derby winner Grindstone and out of the 2004 broodmare of the year Dear Birdie, who produced 12 stakes winners. Birdstone upset Smarty Jones to win the Belmont Stakes in 2004 and followed that up with a win in the Travers. He sired 2 Classic winners in his 1st Crop, KY Derby Winner Mine That Bird, Eclipse Champion 3YO Summer Bird, and G1SW Millionaire Noble Bird.

Birdstone is by Kentucky Derby winner Grindstone and out of the 2004 broodmare of the year Dear Birdie, who produced 12 stakes winners. Birdstone upset Smarty Jones to win the Belmont Stakes in 2004 and followed that up with a win in the Travers. He sired 2 Classic winners in his 1st Crop, KY Derby Winner Mine That Bird, Eclipse Champion 3YO Summer Bird, and G1SW Millionaire Noble Bird.