Sire: Tawna Tristan Dam: Tawna Rosella
Etta was beautiful from Day One -
Etta went through a very gawky yearling stage, and is now filling out her frame nicely. Photo taken Nov 2018.
Sire: Goodworth Bertie Dam: Tawna Celeste
This dun filly was Celeste’s first foal, and sired by the buckskin Goodworth Bertie who we were privileged to have on lease for a few of our mares. Bertie has top Kerswell bloodlines and throws stock with his tiny head and excellent bone.
As a foal Celia took a long time to tame down, but is now often at the front of the queue for treats. Like her mother, she is a slow developer but has correct conformation and we look forward to seeing her mature....in her own time! Photo taken Nov 2018.
Sire: Goodworth Bertie Dam: Tawna Marina
Another of Bertie’s offspring, and our first ever of this colour. Registered as palomino, he is actually very pale. I often call him “ghost boy” because he looks quite ethereal on murky winter days . . . if he’s clean! A young neighbour calls him Parsnip because of his colouring!
This lovely colt is as angelic in manner as he is in looks to handle, but is quite capable of standing his ground with the older boys!! To date he has been to four shows, achieving ring champion, overall reserve junior champion, and reserve mini champ. We are very excited to see this boy develop and hope to get him licensed in 2020. Photo taken Aug 2019.
Sire: Kerswell Sprite Dam: Tawna Daisy May
Betsy has been on showing loan for the summer to a friend who achieved a very credible record with her, including second prize at two County shows, and also a couple of firsts -
We’re delighted that this pretty little girl did so well, and hope to continue her show career in the future . . . although keeping her slim enough might be a problem! Photo taken Nov 2019.
Sire: Tawna Tristan Dam: Tawna Celeste
This pale chestnut filly is extremely pretty with gorgeous blond eyelashes and a sweet little head. With Tristan as her sire, we would have expected her to be bigger, however she is staying quite petite, but is very nicely put together. As a foal she was always stand-
Sire: Tawna Rubus Dam: Tawna Marina
Marina surprised us with this -
Harry has minimal white markings, but his socks plus the white ‘flash’ on his rear end are most attractive. He’s a well made colt with lovely free movement, a super mane and tail, and we feel he has the makings to be a good little stallion….we will certainly run him on and see how he shapes up. To mature about 30”-
Sire: Kerswell Sprite Dam: Tawna Tia Maria
Born 04/04/19. Such a bright, cheeky little girl -
Shown only twice in 2019, she gained 1st on both occasions + overall Res Champ Foal at the SW Group’s Autumn show. Photo taken March 2020.
Sire: Tawna Rubus Dam: Tawna Agnes
Born 20/04/19. What a cracking filly from two of our favourite parents! Alice is a full sister to the previous year’s Angus: the Rubus/Agnes pairing has proved to be a winner.
Besides being so beautiful, Alice has inherited both her parents’ gentle, kind dispositions. Shown only once at last Autumn’s Native Pony Association show, she won the Shetland class and then took the all breeds Foal Championship. Photo taken March 2020.