ELM GROVE SUE (VB7424, M)
DOCTOR GERSON - JILLIAN PRIDE - NATHAN ALMAHURST
Foaling Date: 05/22/1999 Sex: Mare
Foaling Place: ALMA, PE Color: Bay
Tattoo: VB742 Freezebrand: VB742
Sue as we call her arrived here in July 2013 along with her 3 month old colt whom we call Little Ray.. She had foaled only 1 foal after her race career. We will be retaining Sue as a companion for a aged paint gelding named Rocket. Sue's colt will be weaned and retained as a future riding prospect.
For more pictures of Sue see our photo gallery.
MSA Little Ray of Stars...
Born April 9th 2013
Dam: Elmgrove Sue
Sire: Brandon's Cowboy Permanent resident at Morning Star Acres This boy will never see a race track. Once we are certain of his growth rate we will train him to saddle. Little Ray has been with us since age of 3 months. Arrive July 2013 along with his mother ElmGrove Sue. 2016 Summer Update. Little Ray will be beginning a training regime. Will be started training - desensitization - intro to saddle but no rider for this season as he is stil growing. His sire was a slow grower so we are only doing minimal training with him this summer. 2017 Summer Update: Little Ray has begun saddle training and he sure is taking it so easily. Will continue his training and in hopes he develops into a sweet little horse for us.. He will be trained bitless. Saddle training pictures captured by Karen Mullen. I will myself occasionally take some pics.
BELNANS ELEGANT (V6738) NOBHILL HANOVER (NS) - SANDY N -FORREST SKIPPER Bay Pace Mare May 22 1999
Everyone meet Ella as we call her as we do not have the name she has been called. Ella came to us through a horse dealer who was given instructions to send her for meat. Sadly we bailed her and she is now with us safely. We were told she was 12 but after shaving her freezebrand she is as indicated 19. Cutest little mare there is...She is approx. 14.3-15 hands. We were told that she was broke to ride and shown but was too hot for show ring so was discarded as she had to go before another horse could be purchased for the little girl... She came to us very clean - trimmed tail and banded mane. Looks too pretty a girl to go to slaughter. First day of meeting her we deposited a round bale with tractor(she never budged). we then walked up to her no halter since none was left with her.... and picked up and cleaned all 4 feet (no issues). She is a sweetheart at grain time and has manners to die for... We will be allowing her to gain a bit and settle in before we start working her. ****If anyone recognizes this mare and can help us get some history ( we have race history) please message us as we would love to know more on her training if possible chat with her previous owner- Grandparents bought her for granddaughter) She will be available for adoption in the future.