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    07-09-2014, 08:21 PM
Green Broke
Originally Posted by rbarlo32    
Sunnydraco she is stunning, I was already considering not putting up new photos of Vicky as she is looking kinda ugly and the minute and now I really don't want to put photos up. Oh well her she is.
She is adorable
First horse I ever rode was a really well trained Shetland mare, love them in all their fluffy glory. She is lovely and not nearly as much of a fuzz ball, a little more shedding and she will look amazing
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    07-09-2014, 08:25 PM
Wow. I remember when some of these babies were foaled. What a fun thread the go through!
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    07-09-2014, 08:37 PM
She really isn't photogenic which doesn't help but she has appeared to have inherited a a huge not so nice head Ricky puts on his foals which makes no sense as he has the nicest head I have ever seen on a Shetland. Hopefully she will grow into it yet its not helped by her lack of forelock from ducking under some electric fence either. I have a little hope for her yet with her parents sshe should hopefully improve.
    07-10-2014, 12:30 AM
Here is Howard, taken today.

He has done really well at the shows, has APHA points in Halter, Longe Line, and In Hand Trail - and won a Grand (against grown horses!!) and Reserve Open Halter at our last show.

The neatest thing about him is he is completely laid back, nothing bothers him. He hangs out at the trailer at shows and falls asleep, then goes in the ring, does his job, and goes back to sleeping :)
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    08-01-2014, 11:31 PM

Who knew last year when dbarabian's mare foaled that colt with the little blaze face and four white feet, that 16 months later he'd be in my backyard.

    08-02-2014, 01:24 PM
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Originally Posted by texasgal    

Who knew last year when dbarabian's mare foaled that colt with the little blaze face and four white feet, that 16 months later he'd be in my backyard.

Congrats!! I remember that baby announcement, db had announced the birth of a filly and then sheepishly corrected himself the next day that the filly turned into a colt while he was handling the baby. And there was nearly an angry mob about to assault db for not posting pictures.
He is growing up beautifully
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    08-02-2014, 10:15 PM
Yep, Sunny, that's the one! Lol
    08-03-2014, 04:52 PM
Azula's got a new buddy :)

And she's already as big or bigger than her XD I remember string testing her and I think it said she'd be around 15 HH, oh boy :P (Her buddy is the dun, who is also a two year old)
    09-04-2014, 01:47 AM
Here is my little yearling, although she isn't that little to me she's almost as big if not bigger then her half sister that's 2 years old lol.. she's a palomino dun filly, she was tested and confirmed dunalino and recently starting to show some dapples
    09-06-2014, 11:05 PM
Wrecker update: She's nearly 17 months now. 14.0 hands at the withers. Still a very curious cutie pie. Always willing to do whatever and whenever. Smart as a whip. But she's starting to get a bit sassy and needs to be reminded of her manners here and there. She's getting to the "toddler" stage of life and starting to have her own ideas.
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