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Meet the other critters on the farm....

January 2021
January 2021

Xirena

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Xirena is our Kangal livestock guardian. She is charged with protecting the goat herd from all threats be they human or animal. She is still just a puppy but already shows how fierce she can be. Right now she's more concerned by the deer and the fox but over time she will learn that they aren't as much of a threat as some other things. 

The property is posted appropriately for a working LGD on the premises. Trespass at your own risk. (As in: Don't.)

Born: June 28 2020

Nancy - July 11, 2021
Nancy - July 11, 2021

Nancy

A more superior barn cat you will never find! Nancy is something like 12 years old at this point and gracefully patrols the farm looking for mice, squirrels, chipmunks, HUGE rats and anything else she can get her paws on. She is a very proficient hunter and proud of it! If her meows sound muffled it's because she's in the window with her latest prize to show off. She demands accolades and praise as her only payment for her dedicated service. When she isn't hunting, Nancy can be found lazing about on the front porch or curled up around her favorite tennis ball! 

Thank you, Sam, for such a perfect barn cat!

November 2019
November 2019

One Sharp Cat

Sharp Cat is a beautiful Thoroughbred mare who used to race. She decided that she didn't much like being in the starting gate and was retired from racing. She is a very sensitive mare and everything MUST be her idea. She is such fun to work with and learn to unlock. 

Due to time constraints and personal pain issues, I haven't worked with Cat as much as I would have liked. Hopefully I can change that soon and get her into real work!

Born February 26, 2013
Sire: Bluegrass Cat
Dam: Gone Whirlin by Gone for Real
Equibase
5x Pedigree

One Sharp Cat's "Sale" Page

Organizations dedicated to the welfare of racehorses and retired racehorses...

Finger Lakes Finest Thoroughbreds
Finger Lakes Thoroughbred Adoption Program
Retired Racehorse Project
The Jockey Club