Posts Tagged ‘Lady Lonza’

May 2017: What’s In a Name?

  Lady Lonza’s first two foals had been born during the night within 48 hours of her “waxing,” which is the term used to describe the first drips of a mare’s rich initial milk—colostrum—that begins to drip from her teats. So, when Lonza began to “wax” on Sunday, April 30, I rang the bell to…

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March 2017: Waiting for Lady Lonza’s Foal

  The anticipation is building! When will Lady Lonza’s foal arrive? Will the foaling process be easy or difficult? Will it be a colt or a filly? What color will it be? We have so many questions, yet all we can do is wait, and the waiting becomes less and less bearable as Lonza’s time approaches.…

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September 2016: Hoping for a Foal for Lady Lonza

We’re not a breeding facility, but three foals have been born and raised at Dunrovin Ranch. Lady Lonza was the first Dunrovin foal. Her mother, Annie, was my very first Tennessee Walking Horse. When she became permanently lame within months of my purchasing her, I decided to contact the new owners of the beautiful champagne colored colt that…

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Lonzo Becomes Lanza

It was never my intent to breed Tennessee Walking Horses; but then Annie, my very first horse, became permanently lame during a freak hail storm that hurtled baseball sized stones into her pasture. Did another horse kick her during their frantic run? Did she fall or run blindly into a tree? We will never know;…

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