I'm not much into figuring out colors. I think he is buckskin too but the baby is going to tell. I could probably research his history and get an idea. Now for pebbles I would love a buckskin but the last time she had a bay filly. I would be happy with the same. Even sorrel. I am one of those odd people that love sorrel. But most of all I just want these babies healthy. It was pretty rough losing the last one.
She is really tight tonight. Her girly parts I mean. Is that common? And she yanked her tail from me and swung her butt away. Usually I can do anything with her but she wont let me touch her butt. Her nipples are more pointed toward the ground tonight too. But she was all about her food. I still don't think she is ready though. I guess the baby will come when the baby comes.
She had an abcess and she is wearing a shoe because her hoof split. If she kicks me its going to hurt. She kicks with both feet out. She hasn't ever threatened to kick me before except the last few days. I threatened her with all kinds of bodily harm if she did but pretty sure she rolled her eyes. Also told her if she didn't share the baby here pretty soon I was hiding the feed. Pretty sure she muttered just shut up and feed me already. Seriously though poor girl looks like she wants that baby out more than anybody.
Awee...I totally know what you mean...my mare has had about enough as well...I can't imaging how they must be feeling getting to the end of this long road...hopefully it wont be much longer...I think I only have a couple pieces of hair left....
I check everyday expecting to see yours had a baby. The previous owner told me she was due between march 18 and april 2nd. So I have been waiting and waiting only to find out she was off. I can see her out my back door. So I think she watches for me and kicks and bites and moans and groans then chuckles to herself. I was watching her earlier and could see the baby just a kicking. Seems to be more active than normal. Maybe he/she will kick her(him)self loose.
My daughter put in the order for a buckskin filly. So we will see how well dunny listened. I personally think its a colt. She just comes to the fence and looks at me with the saddest expression. My other mare just acts like its a walk in the park. She heard a baby goat last year and went nuts looking for "her" baby. I think she lives to be a mom.