By the look of some of 2016’s stunning foals, competition in the showing world is going to be hotter than ever in years to come. Here’s our pick of the cutest fillies and colts around.
Sharon Harrison’s first foal (also pictured at the top of the page) is out of her multi-champion coloured mare Chantilly Lace by Horse of the Year Show winner Boston.
This delightful filly, named Heniarth Arietta, was born on the late May bank holiday and is by Heniarth Wood-Wind out of Rhoson Anoushka.
Jane Townshend’s Up With The Lark foal is out of her much-garlanded riding horse, Classictop Sweet Enough.
Derek Walker’s handsome colt is out of hunter mare Dame de Flandres by the pure Irish Draight Bannvalley Pride of Midnight.
Julia Anderson’s chestnut filly is by Barons Royal Elegance out of Oathill Mothers Pride.
Julie Spargo’s filly is out of her hack/intermediate riding type champion Dazzle by riding pony sire Strinesdale Matador.
Jenny Womersley’s filly is out of graded sport horse mare and National Hunter Show champion Beseeka Dawnfox by Cloud Nine.
Moortown Stud’s colt foal is out of multi-champion Moortown Frilly by the New Forest stallion Knavesash Alchemist.
Broadgrove Someone Like You was born on 29 May, a bay colt by Cusop Dimension out of Deanhills Calendar Girl.
Anne Vestey’s colt foal, Moth, who is out of Unchained Melody by the Gypsy Cob Association and Coloured Horse and Pony Society-graded stallion Puck, was born in May.
Which one is your favourite? Let us know in the comments!
Heniarth Arietta is the clear winner in my eyes!
Moth is so very cute and my favrourite
Wow! They are indeed really cute. I think my favorite would be Victor. He looks really gentle and sweet. As well as the white one Moth, he looks gentle too. And othfill hilly , he looks really classy to be honest.
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