Next up is Nazar, my other Foundation SDHR mare. Nazar is the name of the charm used to prevent a "Jinx" (can you tell which mare I got first?). She is also bred to Sugarbush Harley's Classic O.
Nazar is my "little girl" standing only 15.2 hands, but wow does she have the moves.
And of course, a picture of the foal's sire, Sugarbush Harley's Classic O
This foal will likely be either bay or chestnut, but there is a small chance of black. We have a 50% chance of LP color (Appaloosa color) but it will not exceed the pattern O has. My gut tells me that this one is a boy, but if you've known me and my guesses on gender, you'll know that I do tend to be 100% wrong on gender. Oh, I can guess color almost exactly, but I have only ever gotten the gender of the baby right one time (Zire!).
Names are the same as with Jinx's foal: they should have some relation to metal (ANY relation to any metal) and can not have the word "Sugarbush" in it (my version of respect to Everett Smith and his exemplary breeding, I don't want to copy his name). I do not need any relation to the parents names, but don't mind if it works out that way either. I tend to like names that are a bit different, and have a logical one or 2 syllable shortened form (not necessarily a word in the name.
As an example, "Little Red Corvette" was called Crash.
This one is also due in early April.