Cleveland Bay foal born at Colonial Williamsburg’s Coach and Livestock Department

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WILLIAMSBURG, Va (WAVY) —  “Oyez, Oyez, Oyez!”  The Colonial Williamsburg Coach and Livestock Department’s Rare Breeds Program announced Wednesday that a Cleveland Bay foal was born Sunday, April 28 to Fudge and sired by Lord Brigadoon (whom they lovingly call Clarence).

The new foal is the first to be born to Colonial Williamsburg’s Coach and Livestock Department in nearly 16 years.

The following statement was released by Colonial Williamsburg’s Coach and Livestock Department, ‘The joy of our new addition is the culmination of two years’ effort for the Coach and Livestock team and its supporters. Colonial Williamsburg’s Cleveland Bay program, launched in 2016, is possible entirely through the generosity of Carolyn and Lowell Larson of Burlington, Wisconsin; Claudette and Steve Tallon of Williamsburg; Jeanne Asplundh of Fort Washington, Pennsylvania and Cindy Kiser of Verona, Virginia’.

Officials said to keep an eye out for this newest member of program as he will be regularly at pasture in the Historic Area with his mom.

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