Post by Danielle Maddox on Mar 6, 2020 16:07:55 GMT -6
Silver is absolutely one of my favorite genes(?) So happy that you were able to get it recognized in Swedish Warmbloods. This is really going to do well to add some diversity in their breeding. If he ever goes up for public stud I would give my right arm to buy a slot! He is handsome as can be! What does his name translate too? I'm not very good with nicknames.
Post by Therese Lind on Mar 6, 2020 16:47:56 GMT -6
Rena Cort Thank you Rena! <3 I wanted to try to make a darker picture than what I usually do, it worked okay since it was taken indoors ^^
Danielle Maddox Me too! I was so happy when I found those two silver SWB's irl so I could provide proof of it <3 I'm not entirely happy with his coat, I can't get the right shade that I want so I have to fiddle with it a bit more :/ He will probably be up for stud eventually when he's older If he will be up for offer it will be in my stud thread ^^ His name means King of the Night
Post by Therese Lind on Mar 6, 2020 17:16:56 GMT -6
Chactino L Another "newcomer" that we didn't get the chance to introduce on the old forum He's a Swedish warmblood stallion, sired by our ZHG Courage and out of LMEC Shakira that we used to own Our hopes is that he will compete in show jumping one day! This picture was taken while we still had some snow ^^
Post by Calli Rosella on Mar 9, 2020 4:51:15 GMT -6
Every time I see your pictures I end up adding another horse to my list of ones I want to steal from you haha. Chactino might be a new favourite though, his shade is just amazingly perfect and I just want to give him lots of hugs and carrots because I can tell he's such a good boy and deserves all the love <3
Calli Rosella Aww thanks dear! <3 You're too sweet ^^ He turned out okay actually, I wanted a deeper red chestnut after I saw a picture of one on either Equestrian Stockholm's or PS of Sweden's FB page <3 I can't get over the fact that he looks a bit like a gelding though for some reason haha.
Post by Therese Lind on Mar 10, 2020 6:53:41 GMT -6
Cambria W and Roy Spring has finally arrived here in Sweden, in some parts at least, the sun is shining and everyone is happier overall <3 Elsa was just about to take Cambria out on a training session when they got some company, Roy (our barn dog) wanted to join them. Roy hasn't been properly introduced yet but he's a 3 years old German Shepherd of the working type. His full name is Roy v.d. Eichhorst <3
Post by Therese Lind on Mar 18, 2020 9:06:22 GMT -6
Thank you guys! <3 __________________________________________
SUHJA SJ Entry no. 2
I managed to edit a second entry for the show, this time with Cannonball L or Brolle as we call him here at home. This is the first time he's been entered in a picture show so we hope that he will do good <3 Poor Agnes had two horses to ride in the show but thankfully they were in two different classes so she had some time to rest in between =)
Post by Danielle Maddox on Mar 18, 2020 10:16:46 GMT -6
Cannonball! I was so thrilled to see his name pop up in your blog title! He has to be one of my favorite stallions. I'm so glad he's made his debut in a picture show! He deserves the spotlight! Good luck!
I love how soft Cambria's coat looks. I struggle to make grey coats look soft but also have some depth to them. Her slightly off center stripe and nose spots are so endearing. I want to give her a big smooch! Roy is a cutie as well. Very handsome for a barn dog.
I think Courage's coat looks very nice! I think he is the perfect shade of red chestnut. He doesn't look like super red or super orange. Somewhere in the middle just right. I can also see where you think he looks like a gelding. He looks like a big sweetie!