OGO Primavera Black Gold – 2006 Colt

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RanchBoss Black Star had her foal by RanchBoss Cortez on March 24th, 2006.  This colt is significant – due to being a double, Teluras Black Gold.  On the new colt’s sireline, he is a grandson of the late great Primavera Valdez.

Sold to Donna DeAmaral of Singing Heart Ranch in Arizona.   Donna will be using Shaman as a stallion and will be crossing him to Fresian mares for the result of what is called a Moriesian. She chose Shaman for his Morgan type, beautiful head and compact body to compliment and improve upon the Fresian.  The Fresian will add size.  Her goal is to create a horse that has the presence of the Fresian, but one that is smaller with a smoother ride and with more longivity.  Shaman will be put under saddle and promoted for Morgan mares as well as Fresian mares.


SOLD
 

OGO Primavera Black Gold

OGO Primavera Black Gold RanchBoss Cortez Primavera Valdez Primavera Vaquero Vaquero Mac Ro Mac
Oh-Cees Gift
Panzarita Ro Ro Mac
Gay Berta
Tia Margarita Tio Lalo Mahan Field
Palomesa
Gay Berta Gay Mac
Roberta Ro
Telura’s Black gold Hedlites Micky Waer Waer’s Black Rascal Monte L
Gontola
Hedlite’s Kitty Clover Hedlite’s Bob E A
Piedmont Cresta
Danni-Jo Linns Black Dan Linns Knox
Sondawn
Friday’s Rebel Lode Ranger
Our Girl Friday
RanchBoss Black Star Black Velvet Dark Knight Edelweiss Magic Man Suetor’s Lendon Wale’s Farm Lucky Boy
Suetor
Dark Debonette Sargeant Mac
Babes Star Dust
Rantresa Ecstasy Windswept Ramon Green Meads Richmond
Shasta Daisy
Dapper Dion Dapper Dan
Impala Claudette
Tellura’s Black Gold Hedlite’s Micky Waer Waer’s Black Rascal Monte L
Gontola
Hedlite’s Kitty Clover Hedlite’s Bob E A
Piedmont Cresta
Danni-Jo Linn’s Black Dan Linn’s Knox
Sondawn
Friday’s Rebel Lode Ranger
Our Girl Friday

More Pictures:  View Shaman’s Gallery

OGO Primavera Black Gold
(RanchBoss Cortez x RanchBoss Black Star)
2006 Black Colt

NEW Foal!!   Introducing…OGO Primavera Black Gold – born March 24th at 6:00 a.m.
     I had been up and down all night and early mornings for over a week.  RanchBoss Black Star (Black Velvets Dark Knight x Teluras Black Gold) bred to RanchBoss Cortez (Primavera Valdez x Teluras Black Gold) was due Saint Patrick’s Day.  As big as a barn, she still had not foaled.  I could tell by the way she was acting that foaling was eminent but I knew she preferred to be alone to give birth. I literally told her out loud that I was going to go in the house for 1 hour and would not be trying to peek at her cross-my-heart-hope-to-die-stick-a-finger-in-my-eye.
     Sure enough, 1 hour later I open the back door up a crack to peek out and there is a foal just emerged still attached by the umbilical cord.  I quietly went out and fed the adjacent horses so they wouldn’t be worrying about their breakfast.    Then I put hay in Black Stars bin and brought her pan of grain to her.   I got a bucket of water knowing she would be thirsty – but unwilling to travel down to the end of the pasture to the water trough. After she drank her fill and began to munch on her grain, I turned my attention to the foal who was now standing. A beautiful black colt with a big star in the center of his forehead and a sliver of a snip near his right nostril.
     OGO Primavera Black Gold was born on March 24th at 6:00 AM on the button. This colt is significant – due to being a double, Teluras Black Gold (now deceased) who was a pure California Working Western mare of the finest Foundation bloodlines.  On the new colt’s sireline, he is a grandson of the late great Primavera Valdez. Thus, this colt’s name is a tribute to both his grandsire and his grand dam.