Both mares have been fluctuating from no udder to swelling up. Miss Kitty always seemed to have the fore-udder swelling more so than the rest of the udder, and there hasn't been any real significant bagging up, some days she has more fuller of an udder than others. But neither mares have bagged up completely yet (no bursting at the seams).
Also I talked with my farrier and he mentioned that Remie might not be due for another 3 weeks. She was with the stud for two months (2 cycles) so while she may have been covered the first time but didn't stick and got bred when no one saw the second time. She was pasture bred with a herd of other mares. So who knows really lol Im just getting impatient waiting for the babies. :)
As for foals, I will love whatever I get so long as they are healthy. But like you said of course I have a wishlist.
I guess for starters with Remie's foal I would love a buckskin or palomino, a color to brighten up my herd of bays and blacks, (even a red chestnut would be pretty) I really don't particularly want another bay since I have 3 solid bays paint/QHs, a bay overo paint, a bay snowflake appy/clyde. And 2 bay hackneys... Of course I have had two dreams now of getting a bay colt... so I might just get a bay lol Though I think a colt would be nice to get from her and I have a name picked out that I just love for a boy but a filly would be fine too. Remie is a wonderfully tempered mare so her baby should have that quality too.
For Miss Kitty I definitely want a filly. No matter the color. I just want it to be a filly. :)
Also the QH sire "Goldie", his registered name is Croton Oil Gold Two. Palonmino, has a star, strip, snip, and a sock left hind. Here is his pedigree link: Croton Oil Gold Two Quarter Horse