14 foals in 2024

After a quite busy season with 12 foals – syv at our farm in Denmark, one in the USA (co-owned with Thomas Lind-Holm), one in France and three in Sweden – we’re beginning to look forward to next year, where we’re expecting 14 foals:

Affinity Kronos (SE) in foal by Father Patrick

Crysti Dream (US) in foal by Greenshoe

Cynical (US) in foal by Maharajah

Explosive T (US) in foal by Face Time Bourbon

Groupie Doll (US) in foal by Readly Express

Isolde Face (FR) in foal by Tactical Landing

Ivy Crown (FR) in foal by Ready Cash

Jolie Journey (FR) in foal by Nuncio

Pink Drink (US) in foal by Calgary Games

Princess Corner (DE) in foal by Father Patrick

Seven Cupids (US) in foal by Calgary Games

Spirited Chic (US) in foal by Readly Express

U Take The Cake (US) in foal by Calgary Games

Wow N.O. (NO) in foal by Maharajah

CLICK on the names for details! 

Prince Wynn (colt by Chapter Seven-Champagne Cocktail)

That means that fem of our 19 broodmares are “empty” this year. Two of them has not been bred due to a late foaling in June, one of them absorbed and one got sick, so we desided not to breed her this year. Finally one of the broodmares didn’t get in foal due to the problems with Francesco Jet.

Right now five of our broodmares are standing in other countries:

Crystie Dream at Concord Farm in the USA, Ivy Crown at Haras de Cornville in France, Pink Drink and Champagne Cocktail at Silvåkra Gård in Sweden – and finally Jolie Journey at PWR Stutteri Ramkvilla in Sweden.

According to plan, one of next years foal will be registered in the USA, one probably in France, nine in Sweden and three in Denmark.

The three danish 2024-foals will be quite interesting: Two Chapter Seven-broodmares (Cynical and Seven Cupids) in foal by Maharajah and Calgary Games – and finally a Father Patrick-mare with excellent bloodlines (Spirited Chic) in foal by Readly Express!

May the “breeding-gods” be with us!

Our only danish foal this year, Montana Wynn (colt by Face Time Bourbon-Casual Rain)

Looking in to the next breeding-season, it’s also time for considerations regarding which stallions to use in 2024.

What’s best for the market in 2026? Which breeding crosses are the best? How does are 2023-foals perform and will there be some new, interesting stallions in 2024?

Thoughts that all breeders probably are facing at this time of year.