Raspberry Fizz, 33.25"Light Sorrel (Red) Grand
Sire: Windcrest Little Red Man, 31" Dark
Sorrel (Red) Grand Dam:
Seymour's Catalina, 32.5" Sorrel (Red)
Belle has had the honor of being named by all her Mare Stare Aunts and one Uncle. They got
to vote and out of the suggested names we picked Adora-Belle Fizzletta, calling her Belle,
but the meaning is A.B.F. ( all 'bout friends). For two solid weeks a fantastic group of
people faithfully watched Fizz sending her many well wishes for her very first foal. I must
say that Fizz certainly did not disappoint anyone. This little girl has tickled us all "pink".
She arrived later than we all expected at 2:31 a.m. but enough people did get to see her
born and the ones who missed it on our Barn Cams were able to read the Mare Stare Message
board to learn every detail and see the birthing pictures taken by one of the viewers.
Belle is truly adorable and has such a cute personality. Fizz basically spit herself
out with the sweet girl. She is stocky as can be, straight legs, perfect bite, and trained
to chase birds right out of her stall when they fly in to check on her. Her beautiful pink
color is outstanding and shows the marking of the cross nicely across and down her back.
She and her mom will be under Barn
Cam #4 a few more nights or when it is raining. They will be outside in the day getting
sun and meeting their Wit's End Family.
Belle and her mother will most likely be
offered for sale but check back in a few days for their pricing. Cimmaron,
the dad, has left his mark on Belle with his fantastic bloodline. These girls are so beautiful
in their pink attire and add so much color to our herd of donkeys.
" Wit's End Glad Rags"
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Jennet DOB 5/17/07 Foal coat: Dark
Spotted Birth Height: 22"
about making temperatures RISE! This little girl can certainly do that to you. She definitely
has that "look at me attitude" as she carries her head high and clips around the Spring
grass smelling all the trees and blooming flowers. What a refreshing little one and just
as sweet as they come.
Spring wears her "genes" very well and it is easy to see
those great bloodlines from The Fireman and My World. No doubt she will be a fantastic addition
to some lucky family as a show girl, brood jennet or just to love on all day long. She is
all about melting your heart with those big eyes, her upright head, straight legs, and a
personality that makes YOU feel like the special one.
We were all
so excited about Bridget's due date of March 17, St. Patrick's Day. We had several names
picked out for her. However, that day came and went as many other's did as well and Bridget
was getting SO VERY BIG and not close to delivery. I posted on the message board that if
she went past 13 months, maybe she was bred to an elephant. That was my first mistake. Everyone
wanted to know if a cross between a donkey and an elephant would be an "elephunkey." Thanks
to one of our dedicated MareStare viewer, she sent us a picture of the, indeed rare species,
the elephunkey. Here is a picture of EL-Leigh
No "phunkey" in this girl! No way I was going to name that "Little Soul" an elephunkey.
This little bundle of sweetness is the cutest little red head you've ever seen. She certainly
carries the best of genes from both her Sire and her Dam. Miss EL-Leigh has that short stocky
body, strong stout legs, a gorgeous round rump, dark red, perfect bite, and personality
PLUS! She will make an excellent addition to someone's herd and will be a show stopper for
sure. We are offering her to some loving home that will love an appreciate her beauty and
loving personality. Visit our for
sale page for more information!
" Wit's End Pop the Cork"
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Jack DOB 3/21/07 @ 1:36am Foal coat: Dark Brown
Birth Height: 22.5"
We were so excited
when Sonflower had her foal. It was our first for the 2007 foaling season and he was PERFECT.
This little guy was so spunky, and still is, that we wanted to celebrate his arrival. If
it had not been 1:30 in the morning we would have toasted his arrival. He sure had a lot
more energy than we did that time of morning.
We decided to name him “Pop the Cork”
in honor of his being our first foal and we were thrilled to start off this foaling season
which such a nice little jack.
Corky continues to amuse us with all his energy
while his mother, Sonflower, certainly has her hands full. He pesters her from sun up to
sun down letting her know just how much he loves his momma.
Corky is so alert and
full of personality and his eagerness to welcome you to his paddock just puts a big smile
on your face. He will make someone a great little gelding for show or for a family pet.