Rosie’s colt was born early this morning, how wonderful!
Bluebell gave birth to a healthy nokota filly this afternoon. 😍
This may be the beginning of a new era for Werner Nokota Horses as Elvis, one of the Zeigler’s stallions will be staying here for some time.
Hopefully a new generation of nokota horses will be born at our farm next summer.
We are Nokota horses. On hot summer days we graze out in the field all day, but when the bugs gets too annoying we take a siesta and hang out by the front porch at our barn, away from the sun, away from the bugs. We accumulate a lot of raw energy from all that resting and grazing. Late in the evening when the sun gets below the tree tops, or on any cloudy day like yesterday, we turn up the heat and show our real colors.
This is five year old Bluebell Star, a full-blooded Traditional Nokota© Horse and she runs this outfit. Her first three years of her life she spent in North Dakota at the Kunz family ranches, where she learned a lot from her mother Black Spotted Socks and all the other Nokota horses. She is a proud blue roan and perfectly aware of her beauty.
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