The Mare Matters
High quality mares throw high quality offspring. We choose our broodmares for temperament, conformation and talent. For a great article on why mares are so critical to breeding top-notch sport horses, click here.
Pineview Surprise Molly
Molly is our foundation broodmare at Three Fold Farm. We chose her due to her excellent conformation, beautiful head, and kind demeanor. She is a tall, medium built Canadian, with the good bone, muscled hind end, and beautiful mane and tail typical of Canadians. She is a sensitive horse with large, floating gaits and throws the same to her progeny. Molly is now retired but her legacy lives on in her daughter Gigi and son Anarchy.
Mosarc Lucifer Winnie
Winnie is a smaller and solidly built mare with an alert and confident attitude, a marching walk and lateral movement to die for! Despite her heavier conformation, she throws whatever she is bred to and her babies by Anarchy and Lupin have been smaller versions of their sires.
Three Fold Lupin Gregarious
Our homebred mare "Gigi" will enter our breeding program in 2023. The daughter of Molly, our foundation broodmare, she inherited her beauty and movement combined with her sire's presence and athleticism. An amazing mover with suspension and length of stride, we know her progeny will be outstanding!
Woodmont Xpression Cameo
Cameo is one of the premiere mares to come out of Woodmont Farm in British Columbia. She is the result of decades of careful and selective breeding. Evaluated by Dorothy Kirby herself, she scored a 96 on the Kirby sport horse evaluation system. Cameo is an affectionate and playful mare who has already produced two amazing foals, Futuro and Isola.
Soul Ridge Xpression Helix
Despite having a mellow demeanor, this fancy little girl shows exceptional suspension and shoulder movement. Like Cameo (her half sister), she will mature to over 16h and will be bred to our stallion Three Fold H-Aragorn Anarchy this spring. We're looking forward to this combination of movement, altheticism and temperament!
Du Jardins Simbad Gaya
This girl has gams and she knows how to use them! This tall, lighter built mare has some of the longest, most beautiful legs I've seen on a Canadian to date! Nice forward movement and an uphill build will make this gal the next star in our breeding program! Gaya arrived early this spring and is slated for her first breeding in 2024. Stay tuned!
Molly photo by David Southwick, Winnie photo by Shawn Tinkham, Gigi photo by Margo Killoran. © Three Fold Farm.