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This cute guy went to live in Lancaster County, PA.

This cutie is sold.

This gal was born right in our pasture at the Refuge Inn– one morning we woke up, and there she was! She is sold and will be heading to her new home in New Jersey soon.

This pony has a beautiful pattern.

Pebbles's 2012

Pebbles’s 2012

Pebbles' 2012 foal (left) and Bayberry's 2012 foal (right)

Pebbles’ 2012 foal (left) and Bayberry’s 2012 foal (right)

Pebbles' 2012 foal (left) and Latte's 2012 foal (right)

Pebbles’ 2012 foal (left) and Latte’s 2012 foal (right)

This colt has some unique spots on his side, and a dog bone on his nose. Too cute.

Lizzie's 2012 foal

Lizzie’s 2012 foal

Lizzie's 2012 foal

Lizzie’s 2012 foal

This little girl is sold.
Mare- Bayberry
Stallion- Thunder

Bayberry's 2012 foal

Bayberry’s 2012 foal

Bayberry and her 2012 foal

Bayberry and her 2012 foal

Bayberry's 2012 foal

Bayberry’s 2012 foal

Vixen was Foxy’s foal.

Foxy was Arthur’s quarterhorse. She had several foals on the farm, including Vixen and Lucky.

Latte was named by Jane’s stepson Sam, who commented that she was mostly milky with a little bit of coffee.

We are very sad to report that Latte, who was born on our farm in the late 1990s, passed away May 19th, at the Refuge Inn pasture due to complications from foaling. She has had several successful pregnancies in the past, yet despite the best efforts of Carlton, Arthur, nurse Mary Esther, and our veterinarian Dr. Cameron, Latte was unable to deliver the foal. Consequently, we lost both of them. We are very grateful to Dr. Cameron for his dedication–we could not ask for a more brave, loving, and skilled veterinarian. We are all exhausted from a very difficult day yesterday. Losing a foal is very sad, but losing the mare too is overwhelmingly devastating. Latte and the foal have been given a proper burial up on the farm.