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 "Mossy Oak's Sparks of Joy"

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"Mossy Oak's Sparks of Joy"

Spotted Jennet
2/23/19 @ 8:30 pm
Height @ 2 days: 18½"
Height @ 11 months: 26¼"

Sire: Mossy Oak's Panache Aplenty, 27½" Black
     Grand Sire: Mossy Oak's Turbo Charge, 30" Black
     Grand Dam: Mossy Oaks Jamaica Me Smile, 31" Dk Spot

Dam: WLDF Charisa, 28" Dark Brown Spotted
     Grand Sire: Circle C Charisma, 30¼" Brown
     Grand Dam: Moe Moe Acres Picture Perfect, 32½" Dk Brn Spot

After losing my last foal and my girl Lilly (Sparks' full sister) needing a c section this was a most welcome happy day!!!!! Charissa is my smallest jennet and she always amazes me with how quickly and easily she delivers her foals. I was beyond elated to have this all go right. This little beauty is everything perfect in a tiny donkey with exceptional color and conformation and a friendly, friendly baby to boot. She is definitely the cream of the crop and returned the Sparks Of Joy to the business of breeding these wonderful donkeys. Will decide later if she will be offered for sale.



 "Mossy Oak's Little Miracle

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"Mossy Oak's Little Miracle"

Fully Frosted Spotted Jennet
Height @ 2 days: 20½"
Height @ 1 Year: 29"

 Sire: Mossy Oak's Once in a Blue Moon,28" FFSW
     Grand Sire: Short Asset's Check Me Out, 31" Dk Spot
     Grand Dam:Sweet Ass Angelica, 31" Brown/Roan

Dam: Mossy Oak's Penny's From Heaven, 31" Red
     Grand Sire: Mossy Oak's Hot Tamale, 30½" Dk Red

     Grand Dam: My World Precious, 31" Light Red

This little girl was born out in the back 40 in a horrible wind and rain storm. Penny did not look close to foaling so I mistakenly let her spend the day with her friends. When I found them later that day the baby was limp and almost lifeless suffering from neonatal maladjustment syndrome. I rushed her to the Equine Clinic ICU where she spent the next 4 days. With very intensive care you have a 50/50 chance with these babies. They either die or, as in this case, they make a full recovery with no residual effects. She is our Little Miracle baby and thinks she belongs in the house with the rest of the humans. Weeks later now she is the silliest most active baby ever. I cannot walk around to do my work outside without her wrapping herself around my legs and following me everywhere. Thinking I should change her name to Holy Terror or Hell On Wheels!!! I will decide a little later if she will be offered for sale or if she needs to stay here to keep me in line.


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