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Re: Shetland ponies
You are correct Toni, the calf was named Bonny Lass, I believe it was
someone from the Clan Sinclair who came up with the name, and she certainly
has turned into a bonny lass.
Ian of Noss Head
----- Original Message -----
From: Toni Sinclair <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Sunday, November 05, 2000 1:52 PM
Subject: Re: Shetland ponies
> Come to think of it, didn't we have a naming contest for the lovely
> highland cattle at Noss Head? Did we ever learn their names?
> Sandy and I went to the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair in Toronto, on
> Friday, and saw
> at least 20 of them there, including a fine bull by the name of "Bingo".
> I dare anyone to
> better that one! ;-)
> By the way - we want to thank Rory and Mary for hosting a great party on
> Friday night,
> in order to toast the Chief on his birthday! We had lots of fun, food and
> good cheer, swapped photos and stories of the Sinclair Millenium
> Gathering. Fortunately for Malcolm, we didn't wake him (we think!) at 3
> am UK time, but sang a rousing "Happy Birthday to YOU" into the answering
> machine anyway. Many, many happy returns of the day, Malcolm!
> Toni and Sandy.
> DSinc39156@aol.com wrote:
> > I think the black pony should be named, The Black Douglas.
> > Donald Sinclair (Indianapolis)
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