|Foundation Mares for our Program...|
(Skowroneks Antez x Falowa)
100% Kellogg Mare
Bred by New Albion Stud in Davis, CA, she was on lease to us from Belesemo Arabians in Caldwell, ID. Antyfa contributed to the line-breeding program as she is a granddaughter of Farlowa, who is full sibling to Lawsouma, the dam of Lawmoss. She was an excellent producer for us, giving us 3 colts and 1 filly. Two of the colts are active in our program.
(Ramusar x Suritha)
"Missy" was bred by Dr. Frank Serra of Overland Park, KS. I obtained her in 1979, and brought her to Texas with me in 1980. While with me, Missy was never bred to any stallion other than Lawmoss, and produced 10 foals for me, 4 of whom are called "The Siblings", and are my current foundation mares; they are pictured at the bottom of this page. Missy was a joy to ride and be around, never being or having a problem until her untimely death due to a twisted gut. Missy had a long, ground covering trot and could keep up with others in a canter; she could even rack when asked!
FL Lady Diana, Promise Me Tume, Promise Lawmira, and Promise Lamahdia
All by LAWMOSS x FLIRTATIONS PRIDE
Photo taken at Lawmoss' 25th B-day Party--Lloyd Laws, breeder of Lawmoss, holding Lamahdia
(Javelin x Tamasina) 1983 Chestnut Mare 84% Kellogg
Tambourina came to us from New Albion Stud in Davis, CA. She fit our program nicely, having eight crosses to *Nasik plus other Kellogg lines. Her son, Benjih, has proven himself in Endurance, having won the TEVIS CUP in 2000! She is a phenomenal producer, and we were lucky to have her in our broodmare band. We are keeping both a son and a daughter of hers. Deceased 2008
(Lawmoss x Tequila Surprise) 64% Kellogg
LawQuila is my "Bay in a Chestnut Coat". In addition to the Kellogg that I am striving for, she also has a good dose of *Raffles, and a touch of Bay-Abi. 'Quila was trained to ride at age ten and took my granddaughter to her first horse show in 2006. On lease to Honey Creek Arabians.
|We have three groups of mares... the Lawmoss daughters, the double-Lawmoss gals, and the "outcrosses". Some of these mares and fillies may be avaliable for lease; otherwise watch for their offspring in the near future. The outcome of this breeding program is going to be very interesting and exciting.|
|Promise Lawmira won the CMK Championship at the 2002 CAT Maturity and won Most Classic Head two years later.|