We dedicate this page to the many babies we had at the farm at one time or another. We want to remember them all as they gave us so much.

Mazee arrived May 1, 2011 and didn't waste any time making her presence known! Out of the champion halter mare Gladwin Courage's Korrie, and by the national champion stallion Metheringham Upton Isaac.

BeeGee arrived May 6, one of two from that seasons magnificant foal crop.
She was out of English imported Manor Eugenie and by title winning
stallion Metheringham Upton Isaac. She had an impressive, up-headed way
of going and a great personality to boot. She is one half of our current two
horse with her sister Blue.

CAPTIONS: Shown at left with one our work study kids, Eliza.
She began working with us in June 2007, and spent the summer traveling to
shows with us and helping out around the farm. Though she was just 16 years,
she had no trouble keeping up with the demands of the job, including daily chores,
exercising horses, preparing for shows, and helping out with taking in hay. Eliza quickly
got the hang of showing, placing first in showmanship at her first two shows, Saratoga
and Cobleskill, that July. She also took third place in judging and showmanship at the NY State Fair that August, and fourth in a tough cart class at KILE that fall. She continued to
help every summer since then, as much her new job at a local animal hospital allowed.
She is from nearby Knox, NY and is attended SUNY Delhi, studying to be a
veterinary technician.

Ox Jose arrived just in time for Cinco de Mayo festivities, at 8 AM on May 5,
2010. This sharp bay colt was our one and only for for 2010, a son by
Metheringham Upton Isaac and out of Ox Kill Madam Sophia. He proved to
have a great personality—always cooperative and laid back no matter the situation, and had the conformation to back it up. He was shown locally and regionally as
well as at Equine Affaire. He was named Reserve Junior Champion stallion
at the 2011 Addison, VT Regional Shire Show, where he was not only
looking handsome, but was a perfect gentleman!

Jack was born April 23, 2009 and was the first of four colts born that spring, all
with musically themed names. He is by
Metheringham Upton Isaac and out of
Ox Kill Spectacular, one of our best up and coming hitch mares. A gorgeous
steel grey coat with four low whites and a wide blaze, along with high stepping
gait was sure to turn heads, and he had a super personality to boot.

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