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 on: March 12, 2017, 07:32:19 AM 
Started by FIPA President - Last post by FIPA President
It's been a long time coming, but we finally have a forum for our Member's here!  We set it up long ago, but I'm hoping now with our new members, all will feel free to come and tell us about your farm and your Falabellas!!

Spring is in the air, and I'm sure many of you have new babies coming to the ground!  How exciting!

I hope you will share and let's see more Falabellas join the world!  I know some Falabella breeders are looking for new lines, and this is a good place to share about your farms, upcoming little ones, and maybe some matches can be made!



 on: June 12, 2011, 03:24:25 AM 
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 on: April 03, 2011, 08:18:54 AM 
Started by Castle Rock - Last post by Painted Acres Falabellas
Hey Diane,

I was trying to think of a name for your dun colt: this is just something I thought would work~~~~El Rey D Dun


 on: March 27, 2011, 02:35:43 AM 
Started by Castle Rock - Last post by Painted Acres Falabellas
Very cute~~ I especially like the little dun~~but of course I am partial to the buckskin and dun color anyway.  Marge

 on: March 24, 2011, 03:15:32 AM 
Started by Castle Rock - Last post by Webmaster
Both nice looking colts Diane  :D

 on: March 23, 2011, 04:28:31 PM 
Started by Castle Rock - Last post by Castle Rock
And today, a new friend joined him in the world!  This is a Falabella Blend colt, for Sreenan's Son Rise and Teacher's Pet Eva Gabor -- who's mother is a Gold Melody Boy daughter.  So 50% Falabella and 50% Gold Melody Boy breeding.  I've been waiting for him for almost a month now -- and although fully cooked, he's still only about 17 1/2" tall.  A wee little boy -- which to me shows the influence of the Falabella lines with their downsizing.  Momma is about 34"

No name yet for him, and his knees are a bit lax as he was unfolding today, still new enough to be a bit tipsy on his hooves, but here he is!

 on: March 23, 2011, 04:19:45 PM 
Started by Castle Rock - Last post by Castle Rock
Well, still no name, but this little guy will be a month old tomorrow.  I've been calling him "Chianti" because of his lineage, but no registered name idea yet.

Here he is!  And I LOVE those blue, blue eyes!!!

 on: March 10, 2011, 03:08:13 PM 
Started by Castle Rock - Last post by Castle Rock
Well, I wasn't off the to greatest start this year.  I only bred El Rey to two mares, and the first mare, Blessie, produced a beautiful, refined black filly, (no pinto markings), but was 6-8 weeks premature, and the cord was horribly twisted.  Then a week ago, the second mare (Misara, a maiden) went into premature labor and produced another gorgeous little black filly, again refined, solid black, but again premature with another horribly twisted cord.

But God is good!!!  Right in the middle of these two sad happenings, my mare Golden Future La Mesma Falabella produced an amazing and gorgeous little colt - about 20 inches, with a dark dorsal stripe, primitive barring on his neck and across his withers, and the most beautiful dark little face and legs!  MAYBE there are even spots somewhere, because his daddy is a palomino appaloosa: Strongs Golden Chianti.

So, here's a few pictures from day one~!  No name yet, but if you think of one, let me know, I'm open to ideas!


Also, this little boy is the grandson of Barbara Sreenans son of Chianti: Rancho Casa Bella Chianti II, from CHIANTI~!  So this little gent has some very close breeding to THE Chianti -- imported from Argentina!!!

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