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Farm News Boothcreek Ranch ANKE BRANDER | CRANBROOK, BC


This spring and summer is one of our busiest ones, hopefully also in horses.


Our youngsters RAA’s Marah (*Murad/*RAA’s Pashera by Octavian) and RAA’s Dumah (*Murad/*Dahri by D’Artagnan) are ready to start (both for sale) and enjoy the ground work. Soon we plan to have them under saddle and the first time in the bush. Both are easy to work with and are looking forward to the next session.


Our October baby from last year, RAA’s Dahmu (*Murad/*Dahri by D’Artagnan) is weaned and enjoys


her life, “helping” wherever she can when we work with her half sisters.


Willing to carry the saddle to the barn, where a treat is waiting for her. When do you start to break a horse? I guess with her we will have later difficulties to answer this question properly. She is of- fering so much and often gets the comment: “You are a pain in the ..........” (with a smile) . Next year we plan to bred RAA’s Pashara and RAA’s Pasari to *Murad. RAA’s Pasari is the only granddaughter of Shagya XXXIX-11. Both are ridden or in training this year and doing awesome.


RAA’s Dahmu


This is the first year since I moved from Germany to Canada that I


have had enough time with the horses and I enjoy it.


Monique Vincent MARQUEZ, TX


On April 24, 2010 MJL Olivia (*Oman/MJL Stanz-Abi ox) competed her first FEI event completing 50 miles at the Decatur Grass Lands, northwest of Dallas. Then on 12 June 2010 Olivia successfully completed a 75 mile FEI ride at the Fort Howes Endurance ride in Ashland Montana. Olivia and her rider Monique Vincent look forward to completing at the FEI*** level in the 2011 season. During her down time Olivia is having a well de- served vacation from endurance. She continues to cross train in dressage where she is schooling at level 3+.


NASS NEWS Summer 2010


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