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post #211 of 254 Old 03-20-2013, 08:01 PM
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post #212 of 254 Old 03-20-2013, 10:22 PM
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He is wayyyyyyyyy toooooooo cuteeeeeee :):)
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post #213 of 254 Old 03-21-2013, 12:52 PM
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He really is such a gorgeous foal! He's going to be stunning when he's older
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Love the pics he is too cute:)
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post #217 of 254 Old 03-22-2013, 05:13 PM Thread Starter
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We now have the runs (as int he foal does, not me) which is all down his bum, tail and legs - I understand this is the norm after about a week - 10 days of birth due to the mare coming back into heat.

He could really do with a wash (vets advice to stop him being sore) but he's suddenly decided he's coming nowhere near me or anyone else! He could do with a jacket on too as the weathers turned bad - blizzards etc - so any tips on how to sort this without stressing him or mum out would be good Fox is great now but i'm just worried in case we stress him out. We sat in the stable for ages today but he was running around, then hiding behind mum and looking at us from under her belly - i'm sure he was laughing at us...........
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post #218 of 254 Old 03-22-2013, 08:33 PM
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Aweeeee....just take your time....and maybe go in and act like you are on a mission doing other things...usually they can't help themselves and have to wander over to investigate....the more you act like you are not there for them and you really have important things to do...the more they must interrupt you...lol good luck and keep us posted!!!! :) treats and toys help too...;)
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post #219 of 254 Old 03-23-2013, 07:51 AM Thread Starter
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Aweeeee....just take your time....and maybe go in and act like you are on a mission doing other things...usually they can't help themselves and have to wander over to investigate....the more you act like you are not there for them and you really have important things to do...the more they must interrupt you...lol good luck and keep us posted!!!! :) treats and toys help too...;)
Thankyou. I'm going to go and do a full muck out again today so should be there for a good couple of hours - the minute you put clean bedding down, he loves to lie in it, so if i'm there long enough he'll sleep and then he doesn't care what you do to him

His runs have stopped now but his tail's still a bit yucky so will try and give that a wash (and get his coat on him).

Also, what toys could he have? And what treats would he be able to manage to eat?
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post #220 of 254 Old 03-23-2013, 08:49 AM
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even an empty water bottle or small jolly ball can capture their attention...and if you are giving him a small amount of supplements he enjoys in his own bucket he will think he won the lottery!!! Grated carrots in small amounts as well...I know its hard to do with mom there prob thinking she has first dibs on everything...lol so maybe if you are giving some to her as well he will naturally follow what she does and be so involved you could prob give him a quick wash with even warm water and a cloth:)
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