Fjord Foals of 2018

Alwin

Born March 3rd this grey filly is for sale and will be a wonderful therapy, pleasure, or driving horse. She should mature in the 14 hh range. 

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Maternity Ward ~ they have ALL arrived!

Footnote's Figaro - SOLD!

Sold and to remain in our young horse program until summer 2019: Footnote's Figaro (Akira x Fernando) is a huge colt! Born easily in the wee hours of May 6th he is a wonderful combination of bone and length. He is sweet, quiet, and gentle right from the start. He'll be a nice project to raise! 

Footnote's Saga - retained

For the doubters out there here she is! Conceived in one cycle by Sole from imported frozen semen to the amazing Dylan standing in Germany here is Footnote's Saga (born May 7, 2018). She is a stunner, feminine, and a performer to be. Saga will be retained.

Footnote's Lagerthe - deceased...

Footnote's Lagertha (Lisa x Mogly) sadly deceased at the tender age of 6 weeks - she is missed.

Fjord Youngsters born 2016

Footnote's Maximus 2016 gelding

Lisa x Mogly: You know the one's that steal your heart? We'll watch as this one grows but he might just be in the family for the long haul.

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Footnote's Akela 2016 filly

Akira x Pirke: Akela meaning "leader" and this girl is the children's favourite this filly has type and tradition in spades. She is gentle and a very easy filly. She will be a great addition to our breeding program and offers new genetics to our greater fjord community. She will be bred to Vajeur late 2019 or early 2020.


Footnote's Solfylt 2016 filly

Sole x Solfin Skova (imported in utero).  Solfin Skova was Grand Champion at stallion show in Berlin, Germany 2017. Our first foal of a different colour this girl is a white dun and will be tall likely topping 15hh. Because of her pedigree, colour, and size she will be joining our mare band in and will be bred to Vajeur in 2019.

Fjord Geldings

Bo Fjord's Cloudy aka Kjanu

This is the horse that started it all. A horse of a lifetime.

Kjanu March 2018 enjoying a hairy winter