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post #11 of 14 Old 06-27-2007, 09:20 AM
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kk these two horses were not mine but they were bout in foal and both had get personalites + and they loved people when one of the mares had her foal we thought we were goin to hav probs with her coz she wasnt very lovin horse to humans but she was in a way if that make scence lol....anyways she was fine beautiful mum!!! Ended up buyin her foal lol...the other mare well when she had her foal she was a night mare she would not let you get anywhere near her of the foal when it come to feed time for the mare she would chase you out of the paddock, she kicked at the foal, bit it, snaked it all the time....tell you what if that was my mare I would never breed her ever again...once the foal was removed the foal then wanted nothing to do with people and belive it of not the foal had a go at me when I was patting her half sister!!
The mare was sold to another home don't no what happend to her.
But yeh it is true I hav seen this one mare that was great to start of with but then turned to a BIG B
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post #12 of 14 Old 07-13-2007, 11:58 AM
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kk these two horses were not mine but they were bout in foal and both had get personalites + and they loved people when one of the mares had her foal we thought we were goin to hav probs with her coz she wasnt very lovin horse to humans but she was in a way if that make scence lol....anyways she was fine beautiful mum!!! Ended up buyin her foal lol...the other mare well when she had her foal she was a night mare she would not let you get anywhere near her of the foal when it come to feed time for the mare she would chase you out of the paddock, she kicked at the foal, bit it, snaked it all the time....tell you what if that was my mare I would never breed her ever again...once the foal was removed the foal then wanted nothing to do with people and belive it of not the foal had a go at me when I was patting her half sister!!
The mare was sold to another home don't no what happend to her.
But yeh it is true I hav seen this one mare that was great to start of with but then turned to a BIG B
It is sad that that happened, but I would say that is the exception and not the rule. As a rule, having a foal will not change a horses personality. And I agree, if she acted that way after foaling, then she would not be bred again. (by me anyway.)
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post #13 of 14 Old 07-19-2007, 09:55 PM
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yeh that's the same for me I said if that was my horse I would not be breeding her again after the way she was when she had that foal.
But I dunno wether they listened or not but I think it would be just sad if they bred her again
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post #14 of 14 Old 09-15-2007, 07:38 PM
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We have a mare that foaled her baby and while the baby would nap we would watch it and after one or two days she would leave us with the baby! She really trusted us though there were times when she thought we stole her baby after we would pick up something and walk off. Just remember,baby comes before anything else! Including her owners!
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