Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Welcoming Joseph Pike Brenner

Tara and Jay are thrilled to announce the birth of their big baby boy Joseph Pike Brenner born at 6:10 pm.
He is a whopping 9 pounds 5 ounces and 20 inches long. He is welcomed home by his 4 sisters and 1 brother. Congratulations to his parents Tara and Jay and grandparents Spark and Rhonda. 
We had a good walk today, hearing all about Joan's trip to Haiti and Diane's trip to Gulf Shores. I quit after 1 round to pick up the Berean mail. To read about our day there click HERE. We worked until after 2:00 pm and when I walked out of the office was pleasantly surprised at how nice it was outside. The sun was shining and it was a warm 58 degrees this 29th day of November. As soon as I got home Titan and Marika's colt were taken out of the stall and put in with Adara and Angelica. They were happy to be outside. Easter Lilly was loaded up and taken to Middle Grove where she will spend a month learning to be part of a herd. The short video below was taken as she was meeting the horses.

Karin and Larissa were out there working with the mares. It was such a beautiful day.
Below is Anna, Anna is the first mare due in 2017. She is due March 18th but already looks huge.
 She was checked for twins at 18 days, hopefully the vet didn't miss one. Notice in the picture below how she sticks out on both sides.
 I will need to bring her in next month to watch her. I'm not sure which mare is looking over at the lake in the picture below. I wasn't close enough to tell.
 left to right below is Hadassah, Galena and Marika. Galena stays attached to Marika like glue.
 Below is Whitney heading down to the lake for a drink. 
 Hadassah was following Whitney. 
 Missy is behind Rosalie. If there is a foal out at Middle Grove, Missy will be close by. This mare loves foals but has never had one of her own as Missy is in too great of demand as a riding horse . Maybe we will breed her in 2017 so she can have her own foal.
 I liked the lighting in the picture below.
To see the rest of the pictures taken there click HERE

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