Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Something Special

From our very first meeting... I knew... 


The look in her soft eye tells you... 


The way she takes care of her rider... 


Even as a young lady mare... She tried so hard... 


The way she watches the world with intent... 


... and has reaped the rewards of goals achieved


Rosie has achieved one more goal... 

She is no longer a "Percheron x Belgian"

She has been accepted as a 
Foundation Sugarbush Draft Horse !!

Click HERE to learn more about the Sugarbush Draft Horse breed!

19 comments:

  1. Congratulations! To you and your beautiful Rosie

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  2. I have no idea what that means, but it sounds cool. Congrats.

    Dan

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  3. Dan - go to http://www.sugarbushdrafthorse.com/ all the info about the breed is there. =)

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  4. Congrats!

    It's always nice when other people recognize what you've known all along -- Rosie is very special! :)

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  5. This is so exciting! So does that mean you'll be coming to Texas? If so, you can stay with me :-)

    I take it Rosie will be bred to O, which will mean that Daltrey and your foal will be half siblings!

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  6. Congrats!!!! How cool is that. And she is quite the Babe :) Cadence would fall in love......
    Have a great day!
    xo, misha

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  7. What a beauty Rosie is. I would love a horse like her someday.

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  8. Congrats. Rosie is drop dead gorgeous!

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  9. how great for you both! so very interesting how we can petition for breed registries. Congratulations to you both, such a happy pair! Corinna

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  10. Aiming for Grand PrixNovember 30, 2011 at 1:30 PM

    Three cheers for the big gal! Gotta love a draft/cross. Good for you.

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  11. How exciting! So when will we be hearing the little Thumpa-Thumpas of Sugarbush Draft Horse foal feet at your place?

    ~Lisa

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  12. Congratulations! I love Rosie she is so sweet and such a special girl.

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  13. Congrats! Rosie is something special. It's been fun reading about her.

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  14. Yeah!!

    Although, since she IS your husband's horse, shouldn't he be in the pictures, too? ;-)

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  15. As it goes - when Rosie is good she's "her" horse. When Rosie is bad, she's "MY" horse. Since this is certainly something "Good", it seams the context is appropriate. ;)

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Happy Trails!

~Jeni