Our first foals arrived by stallions Oor Double Charmer, August Dark Art and RDF Ti Kha Atta Rain
Having moved premises in 2014, our new website was launched to advertised our presence at Wester Drumatherty Farm
We launched our page on Facebook to share our horses with the world
August Dark Art came home to cover mares for 2016 and the mare Oor Miss Americanpye returned for a short while to be rebacked and covered before going to a lovely new home at Quileute Stud. We can’t wait to see her 2016 foal
We lost our 100% FPD yearling filly to grass sickness and as a result four of our horses are now entered in to the grass sickness vaccination program.
Oor Miss Molly with Denise Scott was flying the flag for us at the grass sickness show and our new and much loved poo vacuum arrived
Mells Moon on the Rain arrived to replace the filly that we lost from our breeding program in May and July was a time we were doing lots of poo sampling in the traditional way and with the new tape worm saliva tests
Our two late arrivals made their appearances with our Irish Sports Horse colt arriving on 8th August and our ApHC filly arriving on the 13th.
Our weanlings had their first outing without their dams at the Caledonian Showing Show and did fairly well for themselves. Oor Double Gold attended the Sports Horse Pony Gradings and was awarded premium status - photos by Adrian Sinclair.
Coradh Grace our black Irish Draught mare is scanned in foal to RDF Ti Kha Atta Rain and Mel’s Moon on the Rain is Female Champion and Reserve Supreme Champion at the Scottish Championships. We lose Oor Dark Lochnagar due to a cyst in his brain.
Three of our foals go off to their new homes in West Yorkshire, Middlesex and our part bred Trakehner filly to Bahrain
Oor Cantilena goes off to her new home to be an eventer and the first snow of the winter arrives