Thursday, 31 May 2012
Tuesday, 29 May 2012
Chamfron Cactus Jack and Wakizashi
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The first visiting mare of 2012 arrived on Sunday, the lovely Bluebell. We are pleased to say when she heads home Chamfron Angel Dust will be going with her!
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Sunday, 27 May 2012
Shesa Perfect Zippo foals down at 1am, by Exbury Ghost and therefore full sibling to Marco, Chipita, Caramia and Parador making her colour a bit of a surprise! She is bay, totally and utterly BAY, not a spot, not a hint of mottled skin! A very elegant filly making it five out of five fillies this year so far.
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Friday, 25 May 2012
Chamfron Mimosa - 13 months old.
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Mares and Foals.
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Wednesday, 23 May 2012
Arrayan in his South American tack, bought from Christine at Global Saddles a few months ago but being kept for dry weather usage!!!
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Chamfron Monte Carlo - 4yrs old.
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Tuesday, 22 May 2012
Chamfron Parador - (nearly) a year old!
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Chamfron Snow Goose out.
The yard is starting to empty, Chamfron Kukri has gone home for a break before continuing his education and Goosey has joined the herd in the back field.
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Monday, 21 May 2012
Crioch Kestrel update!
Great to get updated photos of Storm thanks to Jayne and Stephen, Storm was bought with his dam Midnite Harmony before being weaned, gelded and sold (yip, he probably has happy memories of Chamfron Stud!) making him a half brother to Chamfron Paloma.
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PCP out for the summer.
A small, fluffy, Chamfron Angel Dust has been turned out for the summer, meeting Compostella and Malambo!
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Today is the first day that has felt like summer and Bridget sensibly decides to get this foal out so it can enjoy the sunshine. She was born at 9.30am in the field, with South American "aunts' looking on and only needed a little pull to help. So far four out of four fillies, this one is a full sister to the much admired Malambo and Mimosa.
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