NY Nurse Mare Foals
Good news! All 2003 nurse mare foals are now in new homes.
From Summer 2003
We've been in touch with a New York nurse mare farm and are trying to help find homes for their foals.
Apparently they're experiencing difficulty finding homes for their babies this year, and the costs to provide milk replacer is extremely high. It was made known to us that a group of foals would be taken to auction and only because of the milk replacer costs.
We spoke with the breeder and in an attempt to help these foals find homes and not have to go through the experience of an auction house, we're putting the word out that these babies need homes ASAP!
Please, serious inquiries only from individuals over 18 years in age with foal experience, thank you.
If you have the time, love and resources, please contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org or call (845) 744-1728.
RAIN photo by D. Corr
Sorrel filly with star, appy/quarter cross - PLACED
Sorrel filly - PLACED
Paint colt, no papers - PLACED
Sorrel Filly with hind socks - PLACED
Black filly - standardbred/appy cross, no papers - PLACED
Bay filly with a star, friendly and well put together, came from out of state, no papers - PLACED
Buckskin colt, blaze, over in the knees, thoroughbred appy cross - PLACED
Sorrel filly, one white spot on hip and blaze - PLACED
Brown/Bay colt, appy quarter cross, should be big horse, papers - PLACED
Bay filly with thin blaze, stocky, no color appy mare and thoroughbred stud - PLACED
Chestnut colt, small star and wide snip, paint cross, no papers - PLACED
Red Dun filly, thoroughbred/appy cross, deformed ear that droops, but adorable and full of character - PLACED
Bay warmblood filly - PLACED
Bay thoroughbred filly, no papers - PLACED
Bay filly with blaze, from KY, classy and nice mover, no papers - PLACED
TEQUILA - 7 week old appy quarter horse filly
The following pictures are of foals already placed but are posted to give you an idea of what is available. We hope to have pictures up shortly.
Alicia leading out Luver Girl
Colleen helping Dr. Brash during a physical exam.
WALDO photo by D. Corr
Bitsy before unloading.
ZIGGY "water yuck... where's the milk? GOT MILK?"
RAIN, WALDO & ZIGGY photo by D. Corr