REMEMBRANCE'S BONFIRE - DECEASED STALLION
Sun's Remembrance - Bonfire's sire
Barb Christensen on board Bonfire. This horse could do it all!
Left is "Trooper", a Bonfire/Krispy Cream cross who now makes his home in Minnesota. I loved this colt's personality. He was such a good guy.
Right: Another photo of Willow as a yearling filly.
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Dick liked his Clipper horse so well he wanted another Bonfire colt to raise up and ride. A few years ago he purchased NFF Honest Abe Wilson. Abe is coming 4 years old and proving himself to be a good trail horse!! Abe's dam, NFF Wilson's Chantilly Lace is an excellent trail mare.
This cute filly is Bonfire's Wild Willow. Willow is out of Bill & Julie's Honeydoll mare (the mare I like to ride when I visit them). I am hoping to one day add Willow to my mare herd. .
Here are some photos of Eric Franck on his gelding, Allen's Remembrance, aka Ace. Ace was born in Northfield, Minnesota and was sired by Sun's Remembrance so is a half-brother to Bonfire. He was purchased by Eric as a three year old gelding and has lived in Rochester, MN since that time. He's a 16 hand horse with a huge motor. He is considered having "high mileage" for a 1991 model but they're mostly trail miles.
Dick Haines of Georgia on his Bonfire gelding, Clipper, who has proven to be an excellent trail horse in Montana's mountains and anywhere else Dick rides him. Summer of 2016, they were riding in Custer State Park in South Dakota.
Bonfire enjoying his pasture in Wisconsin. I still miss this guy. He was a great horse..
Photos by Teresa Paulsrud