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post #411 of 758 Old 06-23-2012, 02:07 PM Thread Starter
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The filly was to compare how similar the two were with the mares being so completely different. Anywhere I stated my babies is in reference to my two, my mare, and my colt
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post #412 of 758 Old 06-23-2012, 02:12 PM Thread Starter
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If you read a little further in the thread you will see this...."That quickly turned to excitement when we saw that we now have 2 healthy babies after being worried for so long they would be lethal."

We meaning the BO's wife who fed with me that day....
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post #413 of 758 Old 06-23-2012, 02:13 PM Thread Starter
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They had their healthy filly and I had my healthy colt. The pic of the filly was posted in my album Bc nobody could see the pics unless I did it that way.
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Gld that things are moving and you're getting it all sorted out.

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Hmmmm a thread titled 'my babies' with pictures of two foals, and now you are saying your babies are the mare and foal.

I can see why you have an ownership dispute.
Doesn't your post office routinely hang on to undeliverable mail, especially registered mail without returning it to sender?
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post #416 of 758 Old 06-23-2012, 06:32 PM
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Hmmmm a thread titled 'my babies' with pictures of two foals, and now you are saying your babies are the mare and foal.

I can see why you have an ownership dispute.
Doesn't your post office routinely hang on to undeliverable mail, especially registered mail without returning it to sender?


I can see how it got confused. But if she was close to the BO and the BO wife and she was helping them take care of them then I can see where she would say We have new babies and would talk about handling the filly as well. Its just a matter of perseption.

I think they did hold on to it? She said they dug around for an hour and found it?

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post #417 of 758 Old 06-23-2012, 06:36 PM
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It doesn't matter if she refered to the filly as "hers" when talking about the barn having two healthy babies. This thread is not about that.

She does have a certified letter from the BO stating that the colt is hers. So, there shouldn't be any disputes.
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I think it is relevant as she is in a custody dispute over her colt.
We are only hearing one side of the story here.
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post #419 of 758 Old 06-23-2012, 07:18 PM Thread Starter
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The thread is titled "new babies" since you want to be technical and again I could careless about anyone being negative or anyone who doesn't believe me. The BO's wife addressed the letter wrong. And again once all this is over AlexS I am more than happy to Show any and everybody the truth. But even then I am sure someone is going to say its fake or made up. Thanks again to everyone who believes in me. I love MY BABIES and I won't stop fighting for MY BABIES!!!!!! Good day!!!
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post #420 of 758 Old 06-23-2012, 07:22 PM Thread Starter
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The custody dispute is over a STOLEN colt not a perfectly healthy fully who is still being allowed to nurse on her mother. If you'd like to further discuss the fully please feel free to reply on the NEW BABIES thread.
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