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Tsnottie's Latest Pictures
October 25. 2009, about 10 AM. It was a VERY cool, crisp morning,
and Tsnottie was hot to trot in the beginning. She is a golden
chestnut with lots of roaning. She seems to be quiet and sensible
overall. During the course of this two-hour ride at the Cleveland
Polo Fields, she crossed water joyfully four times. She has
become a worthy trail horse. She is about 14.2 with lots of heart
Sunday, October 25, 2009. Tom
rides Tsnottie here. Note the heavy jacket to prove that it
was a brisk morning. She rides with a full cheek snaffle.
As you can see, Tsnottie has retained her refined elegance, evident
during her first days of existence.
September 1, 2007.
"A Pretty Girl is Like a Melody." She is WIW ROYAL TSONATA at 24
July 15, 2006. Aren't you finished with this photo
op yet? It's hot out here, y'know. I'm tired of sticking my
neck out so you guys can get bragging rights!
July 15, 2006. Can I blow this forelock out of
my eyes? It feels like a fly in my eye! Can you see my
ears and gorgeous legs?
(Royal Pride Rythm x Supreme
Tsamaz x HU-Sohda-Nohta)
REGISTERED 7/8 Chestnut Arabian
filly Foaled 8/19/05
Tsnottie's dam is a granddaughter
of Top Ten Nationals Stallion of 1989, Supreme Tsultan (Ivanhoe Tsultan
x Aeli Kun x Elkan). Ivanhoe Tsultan (Ivanhoe Tsatan out of a Hillcrest
mare) was a legend until his death a few years ago, having produced Nationals
champions like Rohara Tsultress and Supreme Tsovereign. Ivanhoe Tsultan's
death ,as well as the early passing of Supreme Tsultan from colic with only
a small number of foals on the ground, demonstrates that it is important
for successful horses to have progeny to carry on accomplishments.
Come back often to enjoy Tsnottie's progress. We will
be adding pictures and comments!
UPDATE! July 30, 2006
The first show finally arrived Sunday morning, July 30.
Lauren Martin of Auburn Township, Ohio, had the responsibility
exhibiting Tsnottie to the crowd for the very first time at the Champagne
Classic Open Horse Show, organized by the North Eastern Ohio Arabian Horse
Association and held at Blue Lakes Farm in Newbury, Ohio. Tsnottie's class
was the second one on the
show bill so Lauren did not have the opportunity
to observe too many halter entries before making her own appearance. Could
Tsnottie and Lauren trot? You bet they could, and Lauren got Tsnottie's
exquisite ears to point forward and her face to be horizontal to the ground.
Since the class was open to all ages of Registered Half Arabians, Tsnotte
was the youngest horse, and Lauren was the youngest exhibitor. Happily,
they came away with fourth place and the enthusiasm of the judge, Gary Goll,
Ohio, who recognizes the importance of letting young people
learn about the art of showing horses!
GREAT JOB, LAUREN! GREAT JOB, TSNOTTIE!
August 4, 2006. WIW Royal Tsonata
and two friends. Lauren Martin, holding the fourth place ribbon from the
NEOAHA Champagne Classic Show, held Sunday, July 30. Richard Martin, left,
is Lauren's brother and a fellow Tsnottie fan.
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|At Windt im Wald Farm we are
preservationist Arabian horse breeders.
specializing in Crabbet/CMK bloodlines. We also provide Arabian
horse training and riding lessons.
This is the very first photo of Tsnottie. Isn't she
a beauty? Within 15 minutes of this photo, she was on her feet and
within 30 minutes more she had unlocked the secret hiding place
of the milk bar. She is one of the quickest foals we have delivered.
We are absolutely thrilled with her beauty and elegance, hence her
The bottom two pictures
show Tsnottie at 12 days old. We hope you enjoy her beautiful
conformation, especially the wonderful hock that Royal Pride Rythm
passes on to all his progeny.
First 5 minutes
Standing on all four for the first time
First drink of milk, with a little help
First time outside with mom
That is good milk. Look how that
out in just 12 days.