A few pictures below with a little better lighting.
She is silver tipped which is really cool. Rumor has it that any foal out of black parents that comes out with a black base but silver tipped is going to be blue black. We have found it to be true so far here on the horsemeister farm.Meanwhile Lola's filly is bouncing off the walls of their stall. It is time they are turned out but the sky looks menacing and at 3 days old she is just to young to be exposed to a storm. Mark helped move them. They were taken into the indoor arena and the water tank filled there. Both stalls were cleaned and Lola's stripped. These two will be staying in the indoor for a couple days while the stall is prepared for the next mare due. I finally made it back in the house around 7:00 am to cook Mark breakfast. Of course a shower was next on the list before heading out to the walk for exercise. Speaking of exercise, the heart doctor asked me once if I do that and I told him, "no I just don't have time."