Iron Crest/Ashrokh Stud || Typical Chestnut || 19/02/'19 || Comments welcome
I don't comment a lot because I have a hard time expressing myself but every time you post a picture, I return to your album to admire and upvote it I like your style a lot. There's just enough in your pictures, it's about the horses and not anything unnecessary.
She's absolutely gorgeous!
@Luke-Alhmann Thank you very much! We're super excited to have her around and can't wait what the future brings for her. She's very energetic so we hope she'll do great in Endurance competitions!
@Celia-Acosta Aah thank you so much! I've been struggling a lot with that tail and I'm still not that pleased haha. I guess practice is the thing I need some more of.
And I've seen your tails, they all look so soft!
@Alexander-Westerberg I really know how you feel, haha. I handle it like that myself as well Thank you so much for the incredible nice comment! I've never expected I would leave people not knowing what to say with my posts. This really warms my heart!
@Annalena-Voigt Thank you so much Annalena I think everything I mentioned before to the others also goes for your reply!
Comments like all of yours really give me some motivation to keep my stuff here on Equus alive more!
Wow! She is so so gorgeous
@Claire-von-Hohenfeld thank you so much!
Moving back to Iron Crest, the weather is getting cold and rainy. Instead of training today, we took IRCE Phocas inside to the indoor arena. Phocas is one of our promissing show jumping prospects and slowly finding his place in the show ring and has already gathered a nice amount of points in his short career.
Oh Phocas is stunning which breed does he belong too?
@Claire-von-Hohenfeld thank you so much Claire! He's a Dutch Warmblood stallion, like the majority of the horses I have
He’s got a beautiful coat. Sure he will be a good chapion guy. Looks soo dinamic
@Vera-Alvarez thank you so much! Phocas has been the last foal of a very talented show jumping mare we sold a long whila ago. Being a half brother to another one of our succesfull stallions we've got great expectations of him!
It's been a while since my last update. Unfortunately, real life is getting a bit in the way and University takes up lot of my time lately.
All the hard work does pay off so I'm fine with it for the time being.No long stories today, just a small introduction to our newest family member. IRCE Indoctro, first foal of IRCE Hyacinth and sired by Vanaheim's Israfel.
I need to come around here more often. As always beautiful
@Ivan-Kanerva Thank you so much I really hope to get back to showing more pictures of my other horses. Though my save files seem to be broken >.>
Even though my save files are corrupt, I still got around to get another breeding done. Couirsica, or Chic, is a massive chesnut mare out of our own mare Courvosier and sired by PCRA Feel Invincible. Chic really knows she's big and takes every advantage of her size, there's no way to get her briddled without her pulling her head up high! Even though she has her quirks with her size, Chic is a real gentel giant when just taking her out for grooming.
whooah, what a beauty!
Stunning! You always create such beautiful horses and that chestnut coat is just gleaming
So so happy to see that PCRA genes aren't completely gone from the community And this chestnut shade is to die for!
What a lovely chestnut! I'm a sucker for the big ones, too.
absolutely stunning girl! :D
I love chestnuts, I am just not so good at creating them
@Jade-Nguyen Thank you so much
@Isabella-Khrazenzia Aah, thank you so much!
I'm a bit of a sucker for your horses too
@Kia-Williams He has sired two nice foals for us at Iron Crest already! Ever since we bought him he's been a great addition to our center!
@Dawn-Austen Thank you Dawn! I love to see the big ones around, even though she knows she's a big girl Chic is still very gentel at times
but also takes advantages of her size for sure
@Claire-von-Hohenfeld thank you so much Claire! I better keep her locked away savely then and sleep near her stall to make sure she stays here
I love your Arabian, the coat is so dark and mysterious along with that bright white blaze! Just a lovely atmosphere too!