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Morayelphin Eassie (Atholl Tilt x Glenbanchor Canna) is our homebred mare born in 2004. I used Atholl Tilt to try and achieve as near a carbon-copy of Canna without being too closely bred, but as near the family as possible. Eassie has proven to breed well to the Edindurno stallions, giving us the foals we feel will provide easy natured ponies which would be good for the older/new to riding adult. Eassie as a youngster learned to tow with a collar on which she enjoyed, and was lightly hacking out, before settling in to breeding.



Eassie


Eassie teaching Patricia the art of mutual grooming


Eassie with Folda at one day old

(Courtesy of Ron Stephen Photography)



Eassie with Folda at one day old




North Wells New Rose (Piper of Craignetherty x North Wells May Rose) bred by the late Sandy Gray, Rothienorman, Aberdeenshire, has proven to be wonderful safe hacking mare.  She is 100 per cent in traffic and very easy to do.  Too easy in fact, as Rose seems to gain weight on fresh air.  She has not given us a foal, however she is a valued member of the team and is expert at teaching manners to errant ponies!  



Rose


Rose with Molly the collie


Rose - a 100 percent in traffic



Rose heading for another hack - where to now?

(Courtesy of Ron Stephen Photography)



March 2013

A loan mare has been a very welcome addition in the shape of Rowena of Rannoch Forest (Keiran of Dalbrack x Rebecca of Invervack) courtesy of James and Jan Birch.