Tuesday, April 23, 2019

Sea Lion: Offspring Report 2019

Ruffian Stables is proud to report that three out of the fifteen foals of 2019 by Sea Lion have been born, and are looking good!



First up (video above) is a filly born in February, out of an Irish mare. She doesn't have a registered name yet, but her owner, Annie Aul of Montgomery, Alabama, reports that she was born with "a healthy appetite and the most beautiful legs you’ve ever seen! Bay, not a speck of white!"

Next up: 2019 filly Rooney, and a colt who doesn't have a name yet:

Rooney, 2019 filly by Sea Lion out of an Irish mare. Bred and owned by Ann Shira O'Donnell of Dallas, Texas.
2019 colt by Sea Lion out of a KWPN mare. Bred and owned by Brynn Meuchel of Kalispell, Montana.
Stay tuned! Twelve more foals on the way for 2019! 

Sea Lion's older offspring are just reaching the age to start careers. Sargasso Sea SRC, a 2015 son of Sea Lion, out of a Hanoverian mare, has been purchased by USA Team rider Lynn Symanski of Middleburg, Virginia. Sea Lion's owner, Pam Fisher, says "His pre-purchase was done by USA team vets! I'm so excited about that. He is just four years old, but in very capable hands." Sargasso Sea is Sea Lion's second-oldest son. Sargasso Sea was bred by Pamela Duffy.


Sunsprite Sargasso Sea, by Sea Lion, shown here at age 3.
Another of Sea Lion's offspring, Sea Lioness, just qualified in April for the National Championships in the 3-year-old division of the Future Event Horse competition. Sea Lioness was born in 2016 out of an Oldenburg mare. She was bred by Sea Lion's owner, Pam Fisher, who trained and rode Sea Lion to event at the international 4* (now 5*) level. Pam will back Sea Lioness in May and teach her to free jump in preparation for the championships in September. They live in Los Alamos, California.


Sea Lioness, 2016 mare by Sea Lion, qualifying for the FEH championships.
Congratulations to all these up-and-coming youngsters!

To read more about Sea Lion, click here to visit his Stallion Profile, with more offspring photos!


https://www.warmbloodstallionsna.com/stallion-listing.php?spid=401
Sea Lion, competing at the Jersey Fresh 3-star combined training event with Pam Fisher aboard.
Shannon Brinkman photo

No comments:

Post a Comment