Cloned Colony and mom Sally schooling x-country fences. - August 20, 2005
Cloned Colony upon arrival at the farm January 9, 2005.
Cloned Colony and his new mom Sally Thomas. February 22, 2005.
Cloned Colony and mom Sally. - May 31, 2005
Cloned Colony - SOLD!
March 27, 2001
Dark Bay almost black
Well mannered, friendly and kind
Eventing, Hunter/Jumper, Fox Hunt or Dressage prospect
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Cloned Colony is our
most recent addition. He has proven himself to be quiet and easy to handle.
He enjoys the paddocks and does not get upset to be alone.
Cloned Colony is very
well bred with Pleasant Colony, Turkoman, Alydar, Hoise the Flag, Fleet
Nasrullah, Nasrullah, Native Dancer, Hail to Reason, Raise a Native in
- Cloned Colony is
walking, trotting and cantering quietly right off-the-track.
- He has been out
on our trails and has crossed the streams without hesitation.
- He has walked over
logs and brush piles.
- He does not pull
or get excited.
- He is trotting
over ground poles and jumping small x-rails.
- Cloned Colony nickers
at you when you walk by his stall. He loves attention. He is very laid
back and kind.
Update February 22,
Cloned Colony has
a new mom. Congratulations Sally Thomas on the purchase of this lovely
Update February 14,
Cloned Colony is trotting over poles on the ground and jumping over small
x-rails and single logs in the woods. He is a pleasure to ride and easy
Update January 21, 2005
We did all kinds of new things last night... first, when I mounted him,
he stayed very still with no sidestepping. Then he walked up the hill
very relaxed compared to being tense the first time I rode him up three
days ago. When we got to the arena we opened the gate and then closed
it. We had not been able to do that last night.
Once in the arena, he was also very relaxed... no head pulling to the
left while on the right lead. We worked alot on bending at the walk on
both sides but with more concentration on the right. He is very attentive
to leg and will turn just with leg commands if you want him to. We cantered
on both leads and he was good as pie. He came back from the canter to
a relaxed walk. Then, I took him over the poles. At first, he tried to
step out the side to avoid them but he never refused. After a few times,
he was walking straight down the middle without a problem. The only thing
we did not manage to do that we tried was to turn the arena lights off.
He couldn't quite figure it out. Finally, we opened the arena gate to
leave the arena.
He was awesome and very quiet. He is very attentive and wants to please.
He also remembers what he has learned on a previous ride.
"Friend of Bits & Bytes Farm" Lise Matt
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