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Berwick, ON
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Amberlea Equestrian Services

"Training for Pleasure"

Station Lane, Northfield Station, Ontario

2004 Foals   2005 Foals  2006 Foals  2007 Foals

2009 Expectations

Each year we plan the breeding of each mare to which stallion and eagerly wait about 341 days for the result to arrive. 

Our foals are precious, the future of the breed and our operation. We breed for quality Arabian horses of sound conformation and temperament. Our horses must be able to suit a family atmosphere to take their owner(s) wherever they may want to go.

Most of our colts are gelded within 2 weeks of birth. This is a very non-stressful method and the foal is usually up right after the surgery nursing and none the worse for wear. There have been next to no complications, very little if any swelling or infection with minimal drainage. By the next day they are playing in the stall as if nothing happened. 

Check back here throughout the year to see "who" has arrived!

Dam is pictured until the foal is born. Most foals are offered for sale and can be purchased in uterus for a discounted price. Our average foal sells between $3000 & $5000 depending on sibling show records, nominations, etc. Talk to us and we can definitely come to an understanding!

20 April 2009

Prima Cometa

(Cognac Amberfyre x Provocation)

Grey Filly

    What an adventure this little gal started her life with. Provocation had to be tied and sedated to let her nurse and generally held every hour or so. She dried up after a few days and not one maternal instinct kicked in, so out she went with the rest of the herd and Cometa started drinking out of a bucket right away. 10 weeks later, she was weaned off the milk replacer, but still had the run of the farm. 

She learned quite quickly where she was and was not allowed, but after a bit figured she really wanted to be with the "big" horses and snuck in with them several times. She had us worried as they weren't exactly accepting of her at first, but within a week it was mostly sorted out. 

She is a beautiful mover, what we expected from the cross, fluid, nice shoulder, good hip - loves to race and show off.