New season foals hit the ground

By Virginia Harvey
Updated September 9 2019 - 3:32pm, first published 12:00pm
Ashlee Hannond and Andrea Ottina with Bisutti and her two weeks old colt foal, who is among the first progeny by second crop sire Supido, at Widden Stud. Photo by Virginia Harvey
Ashlee Hannond and Andrea Ottina with Bisutti and her two weeks old colt foal, who is among the first progeny by second crop sire Supido, at Widden Stud. Photo by Virginia Harvey

SPRING spells new season foals. Stud masters and owners alike wait each stud season with bated-breath for news of the first foals being born, and particularly the first foals of their second season sires. This season is no different with a plethora of young stallions to be represented with their first progeny.

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