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Production Record
Sadly, we lost Southwind
Felician during the birth of her
foal in 2013.  She left us with a
beautiful colt to remind us of
her each and every day.

No Do Overs - colt (344 days)
Andover Hall (PA) - 05/30/13
*Raised by a nurse mare
named "Skippy"

Felician Transfer-filly (335 days)
Keystone Blitz (IN) - 05/26/11
*Carried & raised by a recip
mare named "Roxie"

2008 (Died at Birth)
Unnamed - filly (341 days)
Tom Ridge (PA) - 05/26/08
Owner: Ruddick Stables - Scipio, Indiana
Ruddick Stables
9200 W. 300 N.
Scipio, IN  47273
(765) 215-6525
Southwind Felician - 2003
(Lindy Lane - Fortuna Socialite,
by Armbro Goal)
Southwind Felician - 2003
(Lindy Lane - Fortuna Socialite, by Armbro Goal)
2,1:58.1 ($68,728)
At 2, winner Review Stake, Late Closer at Scioto Downs; 2nd Standardbred Stake at Delaware, OH, Late
Closer at Scioto Downs, Genesis Series at Indiana Downs; 3rd American National at Balmoral Park, etc.
At 3, 3rd Pennsylvania Sires Stake at The Meadows, etc.
2011:  After Southwind Felician had an emergency C-Section in 2008, it was questionable whether we
would ever get a baby from her.  In 2009, we tried multiple attempts at flushing an embryo.  By the end of
the 2010 breeding season, we were thrilled to find her embryo transfer was successful!  A recip mare
named "Roxie" returned to the farm carrying the precious cargo, as we anticipated the arrival.  During a
severe spring storm, where we lost power at the farm, she went into labor at 1:03 a.m. May 26, delivering a
beautiful bay filly by flashlight.  Very soon after birth, we noted the filly was having problems.  Her suckle
reflex was non-existent.  She was very weak and struggling.  The decision was soon made to send her to a
referral facility.  Once again, we called on our friends at
Rood & Riddle Equine Hospital in Lexington,
Dr. Bonnie Barr et al went to work to save our special filly, who had several issues.  After
spending a week at the facility, she returned home.  We are still in close contact with Dr. Barr, as she has
taken a keen interest in the filly.  With a history of saving Ms. Taylor's colt in 2010 and
Heather's Halo's filly
earlier in 2011, we believe there is no better facility for neonatal care than
Rood & Riddle Equine Hospital!