Aerial photo taken by Simon Wills July 2009.

Updated - 29/12/2020   


    Wow, I can’t believe we have made it through to the end of this roller coaster of a year. This time last year we were finally seeing things green up after several years of drought. This year we have been lucky enough to cut almost 300 round bales of hay - which is more than the past 3 years combined. I have gone from feeding everything to having grass in abundance. While we were unfortunate enough to be a part of metro Melbourne and therefore spent quite a lot of time in lockdown we were so lucky to live where we do and be able to (mostly) get on with things.

    Do to the drought I only had a couple of mares that ran with stallions last season but unfortunately they didn’t get in foal so I am foal free this year. I have run a few extra this season to make up for it in 2021. This includes mares for the first time for our 3 youngest Shetland stallions Fenwick Lord Dudley, Fenwick Westly and Aakina Mack. Very excited to see what we end up with next Spring.

    Our hearts go out to those that are not as lucky as us across the globe dealing with the ongoing COVID-19 situation. Here is hoping 2021 is far kinder to us all.   





                 Fenwick Westly (Fenwick Willow x Fenwick Wednesday) and Fenwick Lord Dudley (Glenfern Trojan x Fenwick Lady Jane) discussing their plans just before they went out with mares this Spring.                                                              





 Arabian Horses, Welsh Mountain and Shetland Ponies

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