Silver Colors

Mr. Greeley - Winning Colors, By Caro

Antony Beck



Bred To

Born at 3 a.m. on April 28, 2019

Foaling Date

Gainesway Farm


Silver Colors weaned well and enjoys a bath

Silver Colors
September 16th, 2019

Silver Colors19 is doing fantastic! He was weaned last week and although he had a couple of rough days he has gotten used to being in a stall by himself. He will stay here until sometime in October, then he and the other weanlings will be moved to the yearling side of the farm.

Silver Colors, the mare, is also doing fine. She was moved in with a new herd across the farm. She unfortunately did not get in foal this year, but hopefully when next breeding season comes around, she will. 

Here is a video of little silver enjoying a bath on one of our hot summer Kentucky days. We are so proud of how well he and the other babies are progressing.


Silver Colors19 friendly and social

Silver Colors
August 15th, 2019

Silver Colors19 is doing well and particularly happy to be turned out with the rest of the herd. His tendon has healed nicely so he's been turned out with everyone for a couple of weeks now, and is loving it! He’s made some new friends, and has acclimated to being with more than one other mare and foal.

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Photo courtesy of Gainesway Farm

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Photo courtesy of Gainesway Farm

Silver Colors19 loves to play

Silver Colors
July 22nd, 2019

Silver Colors19 is playful as can be. He is still on day time turnout, and has to stay by himself to help with healing. He is out of his bandage, and loves to play with whatever in his paddock...trees, cats, people, his mom... anything is fair game. 

He is losing his baby fur and is starting to get his sleek summer coat. The farm should hear from the doctor in the next few days to see if his tendon is ok to be turned out with his regular paddock mates.  

Silver Colors19 leg update

Silver Colors
June 25th, 2019

Gainesway Farm provided an update on Silver Colors19. His ankle is doing really well, and he is out of the bandage. They are keeping a lineament brushed on his pasturn joint just to help promote the healing process. The farm staff hopes he will be back with the rest of the herd sometime next week. We will share photo updates soon.