This past year Peregrine placed sixth for children’s hunter horse Zone 2 and is qualified for Zone 2 finals – the most competitive in the US.
He qualified and competed in the $250,000.00 Hunter Prix Final at Saugerties and just missed the top twenty-five.
He placed fifth for Horse of the Year in US Hunter-Jumper Association
He stayed sound for thirty-one horse shows.
Peregrine had seven championships and three reserves.
Sadly he is for sale as his rider is off to college.
This horse has been beyond amazing and it has been an honor to own him.
Lucas has blessed our home in many ways. He is a great friend; loyal, funny, and very handsome. He hasn’t attended school yet but we have plans for that in the fall. He is a good boy around the house, but does not see the intrinsic value of “come” yet. I remember that you warned me that could happen. Lucas has won my husband’s heart and proven to him that poodles can be a man’s dog.
I check in on your website every once in a while and enjoy the posts to the Poodle Lady. It’s a great way to see how your poodles continue their lives with their new families. You must enjoy the communication.
Among the thousands of photos I take of our Gus and Belle, every once and awhile a unique one turns out that describes each one to a “T”. Gussie-boy at his prime… smiling, wind blowing his hair and ready for action. What a joy he has been for the past eight years. Time really does fly… just like him. He’s our boy and hasn’t changed a bit from when he was just a puppy… always on the go, never walks, leads the way at a jog or a run. He just loves being a farm dog! Gus is such a good guy. He usually weighs in around 90 lbs but flies about as if he is half that size. He is a pleasure to have as a companion.
Then there’s my sweet pea Bellie. Kind, gentle, reserved but still my lovely, always stylishly slim and stunning girl as she shadows my every move in her aging years. At twelve she has slowed down, has a few little tremors and is a little weaker in getting around from time to time, but she is a remarkable gal. I am so glad I found your farm all those years ago, Kathryn, because she has been the little girl I never had.
Belle and Gus have been fabulous with receiving new kitties as sisters and brothers. We seem to continually have a houseful of hairy kids and it’s wonderful!
Daphne of Canada Creek