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Trakehner Stallion Favian gets his 15 minutes

Trakehner Stallion Favian *Ps* headshotWelcome to The Big Red Horse, a blog about Favian *Ps*, a big red Trakehner stallion we are fortunate to have as a member of our breeding operation, Two Run Creek Trakehners. I hope that this blog allows this amazing animal (and family member) to get his 15 minutes of fame.

Bill & I purchased Favian in March 2007 from Chuck and Danette Wharton of Lancaster Oaks. His arrival at our farm, Thistledown, was a wonderful occasion. I smile every morning when he greets me with a nicker asking to be fed first. He is always happy to go for a ride, teach me a new dressage movement or simply to have his big red ears scratched.

I hope you will enjoy the tales of the Big Red Horse, a warmblood horse with a twinkle in his eye.

Special thanks to photographer Karri Henning for this great shot of Favian taken at the American Trakehner Association convention in Texas earlier this month.

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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Laura and Montana  |  November 26th, 2007 at 11:22 pm

    I LOVE big red horses, too!!! Can I join? ;)

  • 2. PATRICIA RAINES  |  December 10th, 2007 at 4:43 pm

    I am hoping this is the right type of horse I was thinking of…back when I was a youngin 12 or 13, I saw a picture of a huge “red” horse and I drew a picture of it. Is this the right horse and name is this too? Please e-mail me back to rest my mind.Thankyou, Patricia

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