Post by Therese Lind on Mar 5, 2020 9:02:07 GMT -6
Firstly, Brooklyn Girl... what a pretty mare she is! and the edit <3 I adore the forelock you did, it looks so smooth I just wanna run my fingers through it! And then Rubin, that's quite a looker It will be fun to see more of them in the future!
The weather is getting nicer as time goes by and daylight lasts longer so we're spending most of our training sessions outside now. Today, Ashlee and Jill were working with IRCE Dracona and IRCE Rubinearo on their leg work. Both Rubin and Dracona are very quick learners and we're already working on extending their gaits!
Shagaia Nedjari Thank you so much for your kind words! I'm happy to be more active around here and I hope it'll stay that way for a while!
Calli Rosella Hehe, Alexander is a great guy to have around! He and Jill are such a great match and both enjoy spending time with the horses. And yes, Tom is very happy to have some male company now haha! For as far as it goes with Brooklyn Girl, I think you have to fight Alexander to get to her. He spends so much time with her we barely see him doing anything else! Thank you so much for the kind words, Calli <3
Maria Jones Rubin really knows he is! It shows in his character both under saddle, in the stables or in the pasture. Jill is very lucky to have him and really proud of the progress they are making so far!
Anna Bennet Thank you Anna, Brooklyn Girl is one of my favourite horses at the moment (I haven't introduced one of the other favourites of mine). I usually don't make seal bays as I find them a hassle to make haha. But I'm super happy with the way she looks <3
Therese Lind Aaahh thank you so much Therese! <3 I'm really happy with the two of them! If I weren't limiting myself in the amount of horses, I probably would've been breeding Rubin with one of the mares already haha <3
Last Edit: Mar 8, 2020 3:41:53 GMT -6 by Jill Reyes
Pink is Ashlee's favouritre colour, no wonder she fell in love with the 4-year-old mare IRCE Nahomy. Nahomy is a extraordinairy looking mare with her pink-ish bay hue caused by roaning and her interestingly patterned tobiano marks.
Besides her interesting look, Nahomy seems to be a talented young mare with well balanced gaits and carries herself nicely.
Maize Winters thank you so much Maize! <3 I'm very happy with my new horses, even though I miss old ones a bit.
Dawn Austen Thank you Dawn! I haven't really had much time to do full edits lately, but I'm happy how most of my edits turn out lately even though I'm doing them rather lazy.
Sadie Woodson Aah thank you so much Sadie! You can't imagine how big of a compliment that is to me <3 I'm really looking forward updating more and more regularly if I get the time!
Only 3 years old, not broken and full of energy. IRCE Pallaitheus is our wild one, a flashy young stallion who knows he's a looker! Soon, all fun and games in the pasture will be over for him as Jill will start working with him soon. We've taken him out to the round pen to get him more used to human contact and working with people who actually want him to do something instead of going from the stables to the pasture.
Nathan Reign Thank you Nathan! Nahomy is a great horse, even though she is still young. Once we get to showing here, I'm pretty sure she'll be an eye catcher on the show grounds!
Post by Jill Reyes on Mar 24, 2020 12:23:28 GMT -6
Just like Ashlee, Jill has her go to colour too when it comes to making matchy tack choices. For her and IRCE Rubinearo, green is their go to colour, a warm and earthy tone. Do I need to say more, the two of them just speak for themselves!
Shagaia Nedjari Thank you so much, I'm super happy with how it turned out! Greys are so hard to make in my opinion, especially if they are patterned and any other colour then black based.
Dawn Austen Thank you Dawn <3 I struggled so much to get that tail right x-x But I'm pleased with the final result. Thanks for the nice words <3
Kaelyn Sunwoo Thanks Kaelyn, as mentiond to Shagaia it was a pain to make him haha. I'm happy with the results, but don't expect to see many more greys from me :')
Post by Jill Reyes on Mar 28, 2020 15:21:45 GMT -6
ki·net·ic | \ kə-ˈne-tik
1: of or relating to the motion of material bodies and the forces and energy associated therewith
2a: active, lively b: dynamic, energizing a kinetic performer
3: of or relating to kinetic art
A more suitable name her breeders couldn't find; A lady of high power, much energy and very lively. Even though it has a different spelling, IRCE Qinetic honours and wears her name with much pride. She's attracted everyone's interest when she first arrived, the way she stood in the outdoor arena. Fully aware of what was happening. They were all looking, looking at her. Discussing who would be responsible for her, and the attention she enjoyed.
Who else could it be to pick up training this mare then Jill. She, ofcourse, brought her in. Saw the potential she had even though she's still young. Quincy, how she's now known around the barn is a quick learner and has a lot of talent for dressage. With help and guidance of Ashlee, Jill will hopefully show Quincy soon; The two of them seem to have a bright future ahead.