Our Waler Foals

We have four mares to foal in the latter half of the 2017-2018 breeding season:

  • Miss Blaze (Warmblood mare) – in foal to Warratah Aurora Australis and is due 13 February 2018. She lost undetected twins on 12 January 2018, however is OK herself and recovering well and our vet is pleased with her progress.
  • Clayton Tarari Kaydee (Waler mare) – in foal to Bee and is due 12 February 2017 but she will go early.
  • Providence Amazing Grace (dual registrable Waler mare) – in foal to Bee and is due 148 March 2018
  • Warratah Shiloh (dual registrable Waler mare) – in foal to Bee and is due 4 April 2018

Below is a list and photo of each of our 2017-2018 season foals born to 31 December 2017. All are available for sale upon weaning.

– – Pinnacle Silver Cherry Blossom – –
Bay silver dual registrable (WHSA and WHOBAA) Waler filly by NP Fonzarelli (Talara Aranda Friendship x Chevelle) out of Baralbee Jandamarra (Baralbee Australis x Jiltre Chloe) foaled 8 December 2017.

 Waler foal filly Pinnacle Silver Cherry Blossom

Dual registrable Waler filly Pinnacle Silver Cherry Blossom

 Waler stallion NP Fonzarelli, owned by Forever Walers

Dual registered Waler stallion NP Fonzarelli,
owned by Forever Walers and photgraph taken by Michael Gersbach and kindly reproduced with permission of Forever Walers

– – Pinnacle Ricadonna Ruby – –
Bay dual registrable (WHSA and WHOBAA) Waler filly by Bee out of Warratah Gypsy (Providence Bismark x Baralbee Genesis) foaled 19 November 2017.

 Waler foal filly Pinnacle Ricadonna Ruby

Dual registrable Waler filly Pinnacle Ricadonna Ruby

– – Pinnacle Celtic Salt – –
Grey part bred Waler colt by Trublu Trail Blazer out of Pinnacle Pepper (adopted Australian pony) foaled 2 November 2017.

 Waler foal colt Pinnacle Celtic Salt

Part bred Waler colt Pinnacle Celtic Salt

– – Pinnacle Sweet Silver Belle – –
Bay silver (AaEeNZ) Waler filly by Bee out of Naryilco Lucy foaled 26 September 2017.

 Waler foal filly Pinnacle Sweet Silver Belle

Waler filly Pinnacle Sweet Silver Belle

– – Pinnacle Warrior Princess – –
Bay part bred Waler filly by Bee out of Rose Raku (TB mare) foaled 12 September 2017.

 Waler foal filly Pinnacle Warrior Princess

Part bred Waler filly Pinnacle Warrior Princess

 Thoroughbred mare Rose Raku, dam of part-bred Waler foal Pinnacle Warrior Princess

Thoroughbred mare Rose Raku, dam of part-bred Waler foal Pinnacle Warrior Princess

– – Pinnacle Sunrise Surprise – –
Bay Waler filly by Bee out of Imita Ridge Sunrise Serenade foaled 2 September 2017.

 Waler foal filly Pinnacle Sunrise Surprise

Waler filly Pinnacle Sunrise Surprise at the Waler Championships at five weeks old

– – Pinnacle Harlequin – –
Bay or buckskin Waler colt by Bee out of Naryilco Laila foaled 6 August 2017.

 Waler foal colt Pinnacle Harlequin

Waler colt Pinnacle Harlequin

2016 season and earlier foals

Below is a full history of each Waler foal born at Pinnacle Peak Stud from 2016 and earlier (our very first foal is mentioned on Our Training Methods page as well), as well as fairly recent photos of how they turned out or are turning out!

– – Pinnacle Sweet Marie (for sale) – –
Pip’s Opinion (TB) gave birth to a filly sired by Bee on 21 October 2016 at 8.30pm. The filly was imprinted on her first evening, including full handling, and a tiny little leading lesson.

She’s now fully handled, rugged, ties, walks into truck, float, treadmill, and is in lightly conditioned ready for her new home. She has a cheerful easy going nature, and absolutely no issues on introduction to the roller.

She is very tall and leggy for her age and we estimate her maturing at around 16hh.

 Waler foal Pinnacle Sweet Marie

Pinnacle Sweet Marie taken 8 December 2017

 Waler foal Pinnacle Sweet Marie

Pinnacle Sweet Marie taken 12 November 2017

 Pip's Opinion and her foal, Pinnacle Sweet Marie

Pip’s Opinion and her foal, Pinnacle Sweet Marie

 Pip's Opinion and her foal, Pinnacle Sweet Marie

A conformational shot of Pip’s Opinion

 Filly foal Pinnacle Sweet Marie, sleeping softly at three days old

Filly foal Pinnacle Sweet Marie, sleeping softly at three days old

– – Pinnacle Calypso Silver Rose (sold) – –
Naryilco Lucy gave birth to a bay silver filly sired by Bee on 28 September 2016 at 5.30pm. The filly was imprinted on her first evening, including full handling, and a tiny little leading lesson. Poppet is a most sensible and willing young filly and we will continue with our friendly, non-hurried handling with her as she matures. She is genetically confirmed as homozygous black and heterozygous silver (EEAANZ).

She has been sold to Western Australia to Alicia Sharpe of Stonefield Walers, and Alicia is most impressed with her lovely nature and willing attitude. She is one to watch for the future!

 Our Waler foal, Pinnacle Calypso Silver Rose taken in June 2017

Our Waler foal, Pinnacle Calypso Silver Rose at nine months old, in June 2017.

 Pinnacle Calypso Silver Rose at one month old

Pinnacle Calypso Silver Rose at one month old

– – Pinnacle Silver Morning Mist (sold) – –
Divatrump gave birth to a beautiful black silver part bred filly (genetically confirmed) on 3 April 2016. This little lady has the colour, looks and pizazz, of her sire Bee, and she is full brother to Pinnacle Silver Flame. Like her full brother, she is a confident little girl, and very well handled. At four months, she could already tie, lead, will walk into a float, drench, and has her feet done by our farrier. She is very well conformed like her full brother, and wonderful straight legs.

She has been weaned and shown at her first show, the QLD Dilute Championships, where she won Champion Silver Female. She has been sold to a lovely QLD home, and we hope to continue a showing partnership to keep this lovely filly in the show ring in the future.

 Pinnacle Silver Morning Mist, winning Champion Silver Female with Heath Rowbottom at the QLD Dilute Championships in September 2016. Photo taken by Leanne Owens

Pinnacle Silver Morning Mist, winning Champion Silver Female with Heath Rowbottom at the QLD Dilute Championships in September 2016. Photo taken by Leanne Owens.

 Misty, a weanling at five months, being prepped for the QLD Dilute Championships

Misty, a weanling at five months, being prepped for the QLD Dilute Championships

– – Pinnacle Silver Flame (sold) – –
Divatrump gave birth on 8 November 2014 to a beautiful silver chestnut (genetically confirmed) part bred foal sired by Bee.

His stunning good looks and easy going temperament and can-do attitude have been evident from the start. His conformation is very correct and he will be a wonderful asset to any competition home. He has been given the Pinnacle Peak foal training and is the only foal to willingly walk inside my house, at six months!

Flame has been sold to a wonderful new home in NSW, where he is started under saddle and also in harness, and is being used for harness and sporting harness competition.

 Flame, competing in harness at three years old

Flame competing in harness at thee years old. Photo taken 11 December 2017 and kindly reproduced with Siobhan Conte’s kind permission.

 Flame, a rising two year old gelding

Flame, a rising two year old gelding

 Flame, a beautifully conformed Waler foal at three days old

Flame, a beautifully conformed Waler foal at three days old.

– – Pinnacle Sterling Silver (sold) – –
Naryilco Rani gave birth to a beautiful black silver (genetically confirmed) purebred WHSA registrable Waler colt on 16 September 2014, sired by BJ. He has been named Pinnacle Sterling Silver.

Sterlo has loads of confidence and pizzaz. He has picked up his father’s sassy show nature and will stun in the show ring! He is incredibly confident, friendly and energetic.

At six days old he had already learnt to lead, tie, groom and be handled all over and have his feet picked up. He is very very trainable and was sold to a wonderful competition home in Victoria.

Like with all our foals, we keep in close contact with the new owners, and here is a beautiful photo of Sterlo as a rising 2 year old in his new home.

 Sterlo, commencing his competition career training in cross country

Sterlo training in cross country with his rider Makayla Larson. Photo taken by Patricia Larson and kindly reproduced with Patricia’s permission.

 Sterlo, the beautiful Waler foal is now the most handsome of colts, taken in July 2016. He's soon to be gelded so that he can be competed more widely but the beautiful black silver colour and his dam's forelock and sire's mane and just stunning

Sterlo, the beautiful Waler foal is now the most handsome of colts, taken in July 2016. He’s soon to be gelded so that he can be competed more widely but the beautiful black silver colour and his dam’s forelock and sire’s mane and just stunning

 Pinnacle Sterling Silver; he's a Waler foal showing a very showy personality

Pinnacle Sterling Silver; he’s a Waler foal showing a very showy personality

– – Pinnacle Moonshadow (sold) – –
Naryilco Dakota came to us with a beautiful black part bred WHSA registered Waler foal at foot, born 22 February 2014. Moon is by a black overo 15hh registered paint stallion of lovely temperament.

Pinnacle Moonshadow has inherited his father’s lovely nature and his Mum’s easy going temperament. He is a lovely little boy, who is very curious, and showing great intelligence at an early age. He is unperturbed by loud noises, fast movement and most things that could be considered scary for a colt of his age. He views the world with interest and little fear. Not much worries this boy! At less than three months, he hung around mostly at the fence with the other horses, showing little interest in staying close with his mother. This little Waler foal is also very active, and loves galloping around and playing with any horse who will play with him! He moves nicely using his hindquarters well.

He has nice straight legs, and like all our foals, his hooves were trimmed at two months by our expert farrier to ensure his leg and hoof development is perfect. He was wormed at eight weeks and has received the best of care since arriving at our stud. He has been handled since one month old, with molasses drenches, halter and lead training, full body handling and grooming and leg pick ups. He is generally easily trained. He was most impressive with his lack of fear of leg handling, even the first time, he has no kick or grab in him at all.

This stunning boy has been sold to a wonderful home in South East Queensland and is pleasing his new owner with his easy going attitude and gentle nature. We visited his owner in late 2015 and we were most impressed with how he has turned out, as pictured below at rising 2!

 Shadow, at rising 2 years, the little Waler foal is now a handsome man, taken in December 2015

Shadow, at rising 2 years, the little Waler foal is now a handsome man, taken in December 2015

 Moon, a stunning Waler foal at five weeks old

Moon, a stunning Waler foal, at five weeks old

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