SW Future Foals, SW News June update – in photos! June 30, 2013 summerwind How is your favorite Marchador doing? Hallelujah? Hemingway? Gaia? Hawke? Beethoven? or Leo? Here’s the month photos from SW and others! Click on the photo to view larger! Right before weaning, mother and daughter, Brasilia and Gaia do Summerwind. Photo credit Kat Carlisle. Adrienne came to visit us, ride and of course, most importantly, spend time with Gaia do Summerwind, her 8 month old filly. Owner Laurie Klassen and Beethoven do Summerwind in Canada. An endurance LD ride and a promotional photo shoot in June. He’s so dappled!!! Koyote Libertas – we love the mud! It means it started raining here and we really really need it! Marion sends her MM gelding working cattle in WY. Great photo! We imported Violeiro de Itajoana from Brasil. For anyone who follows bloodlines, he is the son of Festa AJ, so a half-brother to Laio de Maripa. Fidalgo do Summerwind – First time with a saddle in June! Only 2 years old, he won’t be started under saddle for another year. Photo from owner, Lynn Boone, NC. Adrienne and Gaia spent lots of time together. What a good girl this filly is! She is PERFECT! La Paz JIvago x Azenha de Maripa. Frozen embryo transfer. Eoghan (Owen) is loving the herding practice he gets. The horses don’t seem to care. So far everyone has been good! One of our H babies – Hallelujah in NC. This little filly is doing great! The perfect combination of beauty, gait and athleticism! Photo from Jeff and Michelle Bosley, SW Future Foal @ Lumberbridge. Our flower gardens are gorgeous this year! And timed to bloom all summer and fall too. Azenha and Hawke in the cedars here in Pagosa. Great to see the horses enjoy the space here in CO. We had a short trip to Santa Fe, one of our favorite cities! Hawke do Summerwind, Ximoio de Maripa’s first foal in the US using imported frozen semen. We just love this sweet guy! I tried a new routine training from horseback. So far, it is working out. I have become the human horse walker in a sense. FIRE in Pagosa Springs gets all of our attention! While we are not threatened, it’s still burning and now over 100,000 acres.