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Continental Annie
Continental Annie Continental Annie
Continental Annie Continental Annie
DOB: 5/23/06
Color: Sorrel
Height: 32 1/4"
Price: $800
                Sire's Sire's Sire:

        Sire's Sire: Springlake Razmataz, Light Red, 30 1/2", Light Red, 30 1/2"

                Sire's Sire's Dam:

Sire: Windcrest Coppertop, Red, 33 1/4" More Info

                Sire's Dam's Sire:

        Sire's Dam: Windcrest Copper Penny, Dark Red, 30"

                Sire's Dam's Dam:
Continental Annie
                Dam's Sire's Sire: LN Red Sonfire, Dark Red, 31 1/2" More Info

        Dam's Sire: Ass-pirin Acres LN Rising Son, Red, 30" More Info

                Dam's Sire's Dam: LN Rosine, Gray- Dun

Dam: Ass-pirin Acres Pocahantas, Dark Brown, 32 1/4" More Info

                Dam's Dam's Sire:

        Dam's Dam: Ass-pirin Acres Papoose, Brown, 33 1/4"

                Dam's Dam's Dam: Ass-pirin Acres Pepper, Gray-Dun, 33 1/2"
Info: Named from the James Whitcomb Riley poem, Little Orphan Annie, our Annie got her name honestly as she was orphaned by her first time mom. Add to that, Annie was our first jenny born on the farm. We ended up bottle feeding Annie for several months and needless to say she is a bit spoiled. She's super friendly and wants to be where anything is going on.
Annie is a good example of what we expected from Copper Top. She is a blazing red sorrel jennet with nice light points. While carrying good body capicity Annie is still a really feminine jennet. She has a good rump and a nice set her her legs.

Annie's first foal was born in 2009 and Annie took right to the whole motherhood thing and she watched over little Annabelle like a mother hen. I guess instinct took over.


7-13 Update
Annie has been bred back to MGF Jock for a September 2013 foaling date. She is being sold right now as a bred jennet. If she is not sold by the first of September then we will keep her and foal her out.
 
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