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Our First and Second of the Year

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        06-10-2008, 09:36 PM
      #21
    Trained
    I really think the filly is beautiful.

    Dave if you change your mind about her, i'll gladly take her

    The colt is gorgeous! Though he looks like he has a real attitude on him, I guess he knows he's good looking.

    I can't wait for the new photos
         
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        06-10-2008, 10:09 PM
      #22
    Foal
    new babys

    Ladydreamer you sure do have a couple of beautys there and the filly sure is a different color for sure and the colt is so shape and he knows it nence the attitude he has my filly is kinda like that also and she is just now comeing around to me in a friendly way . Of course her momma was a total bit=== about the baby she was about the meanest mare I've had in a long time AND she is still kind of bad about the baby and breezie is about 2 months old now and you have to be real careful with momma. But really I do love the color of the filly she is so different I hope to be able to see update pics of her as she grows and changes it will be neat to see it . And again congrulations on them they are sure fine babies
    Dave
         
        06-11-2008, 12:36 AM
      #23
    Started
    Here is my sister's baby. She has a slightly soft back, but she is just lovely in every other way. As dad says, I'd rather have a low back than a straight neck. She looks like a giraffe. That is the colt in the background.


    And HERE is the newest little lady, out of my dear Summer.

    Before I even saw "cute" I saw "BLACK". She is the blackest baby I have seen. Even our black colt last year was more like a washed out black tshirt(dark bluish gray). She is black, Black, BLACK!








    LUFF this filly. Already a sweetling. She is making me like black horses again.

    She had a rough afternoon today when another mare stole her and skinned her off on a fence. I had to run up and grab her so she couldn't go anywhere before we collected her mother and got them in the barn. Our gray mare was hovering as I was holding her(NOT the mare that stole her initially. That one will be leaving tomorrow), and then was pacing around the barn like the baby was hers. She was all set to adopt her.

    Luckily, Summer seems to have produced milk this year. The last two babies we had to supplement the foals with Foal-Lac. Summer LOVES Foal-Lac. Any the colts don't finish, she will.
         
        06-11-2008, 08:37 AM
      #24
    Showing
    *drools* OMG I want the black oneeeee! Hehe they are both TOO cute! They look so sweet & playful. I love her long legs!
         
        06-11-2008, 09:32 AM
      #25
    Foal
    new babys

    WOW WOW WOW Ladydreamer you have a great looking bunch of horse and them babys are all so cute and proud looking and the black filly is really black and so pretty but im in love with them all but still kinda interested in the buffler filly she intregues me with her coloring . But you sure casn be proud of them all big and small proud to know someone that loves them like I do god bless and happy trails
         
        06-11-2008, 11:20 PM
      #26
    Started
    Thank you guys so much!

    Dave did you get my PM? And heck if you are serious about the bay sister, I'll talk to my parents about her. I think she is half owned by the man that helped get the mare in foal, and she is bound to be HOT. Another colt we had by that stallion we sent to another trainer. The Mexicans at that barn nicknamed him Jalapeno.

    I am just in love with the black doll. She is very promising for our stallion. But then again, her mother is one of my favorites and so is her yearling sister, who is named "Lady Dreamer".

    Summer Fortune would be a cute name for the filly, as a play on her sire and dam's names.
         
        06-12-2008, 04:06 PM
      #27
    Showing
    Those are stunning photos. Love the little chestnut foal. Really like the head marking. Very cute!
         
        06-14-2008, 02:31 AM
      #28
    Started
    Just for Dave. More pictures of "his" girl. Hah, I swear, all I want to so when we wean her is give her a high hay bag and a neck wrap. She's a sweetie though. And very opinionated.

    When we turned the black filly and her momma out, the bay filly HAD to see her. She followed Summer all over the field, along with the chestnut colt and his momma who was babysitting, just so she could get a good look at the new one. She is funny





    She looks like a bad hackney in this one.








    One more of the little black darling. She thought the rain was a great thing. She was RUNNING and BUCKING and about giving her mother a heart attack. She is SOOOO cute. She runs like a baby camel. Very swingy and there isn't really a gait there. You can't tell if it is a buck, or a trot, or a baby-rack, or what. It is a "romp" I guess. SOOO cute.



    And here is our last baby of the year . . . Well, any day now.

    We actually have another colt and one more due, but they are a customer's. I'll try to get pictures of them too.
         
        06-14-2008, 02:49 AM
      #29
    Weanling
    She (buffalo baby)has the most muscular front legs! I dunno, I used to breed thoroughbreds, and the babies were leggy, but that baby is rockin it!
         
        06-14-2008, 04:02 AM
      #30
    Showing
    SOOOOO cuteee omg! FGR you're so lucky, lol!
    They are so precious.
         

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