Zijn jullie nu echt zo dom of lezen jullie gewoon niet?
The mare came with two foals, one being her own foal, a colt by Kan Am, and the other an orphan filly by Lucky Twenty Five out of Abrameit owned by Larry, Nancy, and their son Brady. Abrameit died just a few days after foaling the filly from injuries suffered in a difficult birth. Keystone Sahara "adopted" the filly on her own in the Jenson's field.
A Minnamara farm mare, Edna Excel, had delivered a Karpov colt April 30. She then apparently developed a serious ulcer problem which did not respond to treatment and died.
Her foal was in the stall next to Keystone Sahara and her "two" foals. The foal was acting depressed and Keystone Sahara became preoccupied with him to the point of "obsession" so we decided to turn the three foals out in a small paddock with the mare.
They all bonded comfortably and Keystone Sahara became a mother to three! The mares and foals in the next pasture lined up along the fence, watching in seeming disbelief at the sight of a mare with three foals. When back in the large foaling stall we have two feed pails and one foal feeder with foal pellets in it. The mare shares grain and hay with all her "babies".