Our Adoption animals that
need adoptive parents from a distance!
Douschka, daughter of Ayla and Celeborn. That was not actually intended. The young stallions were only 1 year old when Celeborn apparently covered Ayla and Silver. Together with the vet we have given the young stallions injections so they do not produce seed but still remain stallion. She is a beautiful mare, who likes to play and do crazy things. She loves water and sometimes as crazy as a door, in a nice way. Douschka keeps the herd moving with her strokes and sometimes we use her for lessons. She is doing well in coaching training. We learn a lot from her there.
Fullmoon, very nice naughty horse. He is very smart and enjoys learning. Yet we also just let him be alone in the herd and we occasionally use it for training. He is the right horse to learn to set your limits. He loves attention and wants to give kisses, but does not see your limit in this. It is therefore also used with Twoway Movement and the "ïk" course :-)
Vlinder, Fleur's daughter. Her name is Vlinder because she is very sensitive and submissive. She has been with her mother for 3 years and also drunk. Now, due to the outbreak to the horses of the neighbors in the Netherlands, she has had a foal and is free of her mother. She remains very soft and submissive, which means that we don't use her that much. She is doing well in coaching work and is a good observation horse because of her submissive behavior in the herd. Sometimes she is fed up and then she can be very catty like her mother, but that is certainly right. We find her a special animal.
Amber, has been with us since May 2016. Retrieved from a dog shelter in Evora.
She is fun, naughty and is stuck to Monique. Abandonment fear, or perhaps her shadow :-) She stands her ground and can with all animals here, and calls to the horses if she thinks they are too busy or moving too fast!
Observing everything we do is an activity that surprises us. For example, she can lie quietly for an hour looking at a large stone here, as we are cutting and chopping wood for the stove. Every step we take, she follows calmly. We are happy with her <3
Yendis, a horse with an enormous amount of spunk, and naughty pranks! It took him some effort to comply with the rules of the herd, but now he is ready. He lovingly allows him to be quietly in contact with the youngsters and has dreamed last week (March 2016) with Celbeorn!
He can be overwhelming in his approach and his, and needs clear frameworks! He was across borders, as if he were a small young horse on a voyage of discovery. Yendis is doing well, and now he knows his frames, which he was allowed to learn through the herd, so beautiful! We don't do freedom training with him yet, as he likes to walk in the herd now and enjoy everything around him!