Connor's Niece and Nephew (Subtitle: This Post Contains Baby Pony Pictures)

You may remember last year when I posted that Connor's hunky full brother, Castleberrys Cadence, came back to Indiana on a breeding loan from his owners, the Pennsylvania driving barn that also had Connor when he was 4.

Um, yes please.  I want.

About a year later, that means Connor is now an uncle!  These babies are as close as I'll ever get to seeing Connor foals.  Meet Castleberrys Reveille, a colt that was just a born just a couple of hours after Connor's birthday:

His mom, North Star Rebecca, is gorgeous!




Look at that baby blaze!  I can't even.
Reveille will be for sale at weaning...and is from a performance powerhouse family, with CDE driving, PSG Dressage, and eventing in his family...just throwing that out there...(Buyyyy the ponyyyyy.)

And not to be outdone, *Nebo Ffion gave Connor's breeder a Mothers Day gift of a lovely filly with a gorgeous neck:

SO CUTE!


Had to include this one of *Nebo Ffion. She is something else, truly.  The mares are the cornerstone of your breeding operation, and these two mares are wonderful examples of good cornerstones!
There are still more mares to foal, so this won't be the last baby photos you get this year!

31 comments:

  1. So freaking adorable! I'm seriously going to look into this breed for when my kids (forever from now) need ponies!

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    1. They are so good for both kids and adults. Not all of them (very few of them) are as weird as Connor.

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    1. I mean...gotta plan for the future...this little guy will be riding age when Dino is 20 and in his prime when Dino is 25...sounds like a perfect fit to me!

      (My one goal in life is to sell Cobs to people so you're welcome! :-D )

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    2. EXACTLY. That is actually my plan.. to get a young pony when Dino is ready to retire! These two young'ins will be the perfect age! :D As long as they mature to be at least 14hh we are golden.

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    3. He's projected to be slightly taller than Connor at 14.1hh. Come visit??? :-D

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  3. Please send Connor's bro and the baby. Thx!

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    1. Please send one meellion dollars. Thx!

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  4. Haha! You made me want a Cob, but one time I looked at prices. 0.0

    Not happening in this lifetime, I think.

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    1. Deals can be made. I have hookups all over the place.

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  5. Allllllllllll the cutes! Cadence is seriously pure sex...his coloring makes me weep.

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    1. No kidding! He's all kinds of stunning.

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    2. Best reply in this entire post.

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  6. Holy Moly, the gorgeousness of Cadence! I love that color!

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    1. Me too! I believe he's a chocolate taffy, which is the same gene responsible for silver dapple. Either way, gorgeous!

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    1. ME NEITHER! Offer to come play with baby ponies is always standing!

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  8. Who doesn't love a baby cob!? Emi had a full brother born about a month ago. He's an adorable chestnut with a blaze and 4 white socks.

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    1. Awwww! It's fun to have full siblings. I can't wait to see pictures of him!

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  9. Oh, they're gorgeous! Both my mares are in heat right now...it's a sign they want baby Cadences too ;)

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    1. That could be arranged. :)

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    2. La la la...I can't hear you....
      Seriously though, it's so tempting. Next year.

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  10. I am a TB girl, but OMG I need a baby cob :) Someone else can have it as a yearling!

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    1. Sounds like the beginning of a partnership to me!

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  11. omg this is so relevant to my interests haha. dying of the cuteness!

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  12. I'm scared to ask how much for that adorableness... But I do plan on getting my 3 year old a pony someday. Would a cob be versatile enough for an experienced eventer to have fun on but safe for little kids too? I'm sure that is an expensive combination!

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  13. Lisa's ponies are awesome and so is she and her family! Visiting their farm 5 years ago was such a treat for me. And walking away with one of her babies (and my forever heart horse) has made my life a bajillion time fuller. If I had unlimited funds and time I would sooo buy another.

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