Bridget Perry & Pure White Gold
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Best surprise birthday present he could ever give me and you helped make
it happen - thank you!
Dear Bridget and
Thank you so much for
your kind hospitality by showing Jeff and I around Norsire Farm on
December 11th and taking the time to introduce us to your beautiful,
well-mannered herd of horses! I told Jeff it was the best surprise
birthday present he could ever give me and you helped make it happen
- thank you! I have attached our photos from that day. I think you
will really like the one of Fancy giving me a kiss while her buddies
took notice! I especially like the one of Jeff and Snowman looking
straight at the camera! Snowman was the most gentle stallion I have
ever encountered and I am sure it is due to your professional and
loving handling and care for them all. I believe the pure white
horse is truly special. The trip was definitely well worth the
miles from Florida to Virginia after all the years of admiring your
horses/foals from afar by viewing your website. One day, as Jeff
said, we will come back to purchase a beautiful horse who will
hopefully be pure white as Snowman and Cricket or rare in color as
Fancy (she was precious!) We had a wonderful time.
Hopefully we'll be up
in that area again with our son so he can share the experience too!
As we said, please call us if you are ever want to visit Tampa so we
can take you to the beach or a football game and fishing as well -
we truly mean that!
Wishing you both a
healthy, happy and successful 2011!
God bless you and
Rebecca (aka Becky)
and Jeff Masser
P.S. Harper's Ferry
was terrific and we also drove into D.C. to see the Christmas tree
and the White House - it was a great day!
Burnished Gold Leaf...Thanks again for selling me this fabulous boy!
gotten away from me but I wanted to send you a quick note to let you
know that Leif is doing great here at our farm! He says to
tell you that Texas does get cold! I took these pictures on a
day when the wind chill was in the 20ís. Anyway he has
adjusted to his herd quite well and is such a doll in the field.
He has one of the nicest temperaments of any baby I have ever owned.
He is really an in your pocket type guy that we have to practically
shove out of the barn every night. Before I bought him,
I asked you how tall he was and you told me 15.2 in the rear and 15
upfront due to a growth spurt. To be honest, my experience
with most breeders is that they exaggerate the height by a good half
hand. I was not too concerned because at 5í5Ē I was really
looking for a horse that would mature at 15.3 or so. Well
imagine my surprise when Leif showed up and he is exactly as you
measured him! Now I am worried that he will end up over 16.2!
But as sweet as he is I am sure he will be a dream to ride. My
trainer loves his conformation, temperament and especially the size
of his cannon bones and knees. I am so thrilled to own him and
canít wait for him to grow up so we can start riding him!
for selling me this fabulous boy!
Hidden Gold Mystery by Issue Of Gold out of Queen Debonair
Here are a couple of pics of Mystery. Unfortunately I can't find the
ones of her under saddle. I don't know what happened to them. I'll have
to ask Paige when she gets home next week. She's at VMI in school.
Mystery is the most wonderful young horse that I've had the experience
and privilege to have in my barn. She is all down to business when she
is handled. She will make someone and absolutely fabulous mount. I wish
I had the time to work/ride her. Give her a month of consistency and she
will be well on her way to be whatever anyone wants her to be.
Preferably a hunter!
Thanks for putting this on your news section, and sorry it took so long
for me to get the pics to you.
BB Member Micewoman, my condolences on your losses
Hi Fred and Bridget
Sorry I have Been so Quiet on the bb but have not been feeling my best for
the past few months and I just lost my Very very Dear Grand Father back in
April so have been trying to cope with that. It is one thing after
another here don't know about out there but can just guess what you guys are
going through. From what I have been able to gather you guys lost 3
babies this Year I am so sorry for your Losses. My deepest Prayers go out to
you and the Mommas. Hope the Rest of your foaling year goes with out a Hitch
and Pray that this note finds you and Fred and all the Fur Kids Healthy and
Well. Kisses to Kiki for me please.
Upperville Colt & Horse Show
aka Bugsy Yearling TB Colts & Geldings
photo by Jen Johndrow
Fred and Bridget,
Hope you all got home and got some
much deserved rest. Bob and I were having a contest as to who could
pick out the winners today as the horses past us. Now Bob had no
idea which horses were yours but as your horse and the budweiser
guy's horse entered the ring Bob said, " Well, this isn't hard to
pick the winner here, I've got the pretty one". So, to us novices,
we could pick out the winner and the people around us knew who
really was the winner of that class by the comments. Good job!
Preakness Gold's first photo shoot with Sunflower Photography
to see all the photos taken that day
Sunflower Blossom was born, here she is!! She will be dual reg
with APHA and The Jockey Club!!! She is a keeper!!
Ebony Gold Orchid, she is an angel and I lover her already
She arrived later than expected.......8:40 PM......
She is an angel and I love her already. It was pitch dark in the area
where she was unloaded and she was wide eyed but had her head nice and
low still and I took her into the barn to her stall.
She immediately found the plastic apple/treat hanging next to her feeder
and attacked it......apparently, it is something she likes :o) Then she
played around in the water, licked the heck out of her salt lick, and
began eating hay. Then she decided she really liked pawing and playing
with the deep shavings and she had two really good rolls to scratch her
I brought her an extra bucket of water with electrolytes to attach in
her stall since we only have automatic small waterers and she looked
pretty sucked up and dehydrated.
I made her a hot bran mash which she LOVED. I let her just hang out in
her stall and she was very dusty just from traveling so I thought I
would get a soft brush and just start on her neck to see if she was
annoyed with it or if she liked it. As soon as I started brushing her
neck and moved to her shoulder, she turned her head back towards me and
just set her chin against my shoulder and she let out a big sigh. It
was like she finally realized her long journey was over :o) She let me
brush her whole body down without moving one foot the entire time and I
just had her loose in her stall with no halter. She really seemed to
enjoy being loved on and babied.
I will keep you posted on her, I am going to see her before I go to work
Thank you again for the opportunity to own such a sweet and lovely mare.
PS, here are some photos from my iphone so they are not that great, but
better than nothing.
Preakness Gold aka Dually was born not only on my birthday, but also on
the same day as the Preakness was run in MD! So the name Preakness
Gold seemed fitting with the Black Eyed Susans as the preakness flower.
Gold with black highlights, Dually is a maximum expressed perlino colt,
a double dilute buckskin.
Your Lovely Ebony is safely on her way to CA
Just wanted to let you know your
lovely girl is safely on her way. The hauler already emailed me to let
me know she loaded great and was riding quietly. He is expecting to
arrive at my barn at noon on Wednesday which is perfect because I am off
of work that day and can personally make sure she is settled and of
course, spoiled immediately :o)
March 13th, 2010
Lurker from Chronicle of the Horse
Just wanted to say I am a big lurker on your website as I love looking
at your gorgeous colored babies... that new filly born this year is just
the cats meow to me. Wish I had the $$$$! Stunning! Congrats! What a
neat program you have, and I admire that you aren't tooting your own
horn here as others seem to......
I am a huge fan of the colored TB's... I've always had a pipe dream of
having my own. I live in the UP of Michigan, so the LC issues gets
in the way for me and I get a little backed off by all the bickering in
the colored community..... I sure would have fun trying to explain to
people in my local community that a buckskin, palomino, or really max
sabino was actually a Reg. TB. :lol:
Katerenne from COTH
Blizzy the Blanket Model!!
Blizzy's first outing at 3 day old
Rumors has the first foal of 2010 for Norsire Farm
Our first foal of 2010 is
almost here. She was born just after the second record breaking
snow ever in our Washington, D.C. area of Northern VA!!
Meet Bizy Blizzy Rumors aka
Blizzy born just after 2 back to back record breaking blizzards that we
only days before she was born.
Rumors has wax!!!
Rumors has some serious ready to foal wax!!! It
will be within 24 hours now.
Just discovered La Toute Premiere
is empty, so we will only be needing 8 Gift Baskets for the guess the
foaling date and time. Runchkin helped me make all the baskets up
and he is very proud of them! Such a cute boy!
Well Gracie decided to start off
the new year with trying to remove her leg, on only god knows what...she
cut her leg down to the bone...so I have months and months ahead of me
to heal this beauty!!!
Happy New Year from the kids!
We are hoping for a happy 2010 here at Norsire Farm with 9 foals due
this year. The two boys are 11 months old now...so handsome!!! JR had something else on his mind during this photo!!! LOL! Silly
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