Starfires Xenia, buckskin Georgian Grande 2017 filly named after the star Xenia which is located in the Canis Major constellation. Xenia is known for hospitality, friendship and in ancient Greek and protector of guests this little filly not so little now is a lovely deep golden buckskin color and extremely friendly. She is going to have size and will mature to approx. 16 hands. Priced at 6900 as a yearling and ready to go to new home. Can take payments.
These fillies are the last of our foals for this year. We are taking a break from breeding so we won't be having any new foals for next year. Don't miss out on one of these little beauties while they last!
Starfires Venus, bay Georgian Grande 2017 filly named after the star Venus the second planet from our solar system that happens to rotate in the opposite direction of our planet earth and the goddess of love and beauty Venus is a very big boned filly and exceptionally elegant in her movement. Weaned and priced at $6500. She will mature to 16 hands if not bigger! She is the last foal out of our mare Gem who at age 17 we retired. Can take payments.
Starfires Artemis, a rare 2017 champagne filly. Named after The Goddess Diana who was the goddess of light and protector of the vulnerable. This adorable filly is a full sister to Draco and is absolutely a cutie with personality plus. Weaned and priced at 8600. Can take payments. She is our last and only Champange filly our champagne mare Dream age 24 had and she has now been retired.
Starfires Ara is a 2017 bay Georgian Grande filly that has a lot of energy and built a bit more stocky. She is weaned and looking for that special someone to take her home. Asking 6500. Ara was named after a small constellation located in the southern sky. Its name means “the altar” in Latin.
The constellation represents the altar used by Zeus and other Greek gods to swear a vow of allegiance before they went to war against Cronus and the Titans. In another Greek myth, Ara represents the altar of King Lycaon of Arcadia. Ara was one of the 88 constellations listed by the Greek astronomer Ptolemy in the 2nd century.