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Preggers or just fat?

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        06-08-2010, 10:25 AM
    Green Broke
    Farmtown.....ooooh don't get me STARTED *lol* I have a facebook but I'm quite inclined to close it sometimes, due to all the "crap" filling my email about random people's (not even MY friends, but friends of friends! Like I care!) farmtown. Bleh.

    I've got enough babies for now, thank you very much! I wouldn't mind someday having a real nice quality Welsh baby, but when the time comes I'll buy!! I know Misty has had foals in the past, but frankly she is much too good a pony to lose time breeding, my son is going to start showing this summer. I just need to get her a grazing muzzle!
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        06-12-2010, 08:58 PM
    Green Broke
    I am very happy she isn't pregnant, it would suck needing to train her and a foal. =/
        06-20-2010, 06:42 PM
    Unfortunatly I have been on the other side of this story before. I sold some people a mare I had for about 3 years and within 2 weeks of being at their house she had a foal. I felt TERRIBLE! She never looked pregnant in the slightest! Turns out as I checked back with my prior boarding stable that a tree had come down on a fence during a storm. They caught the horses as soon as they noticed that morning but who knows how many hours they had been together over night and since they caught and put the horses back they never considered it! Even more so since the only stallion was a 9-10 month old stud colt and they didn't think he could breed. Luckily the people who bought her were delighted at their "surprise" but I was devastated to have unknowningly owned and sold a pregnant mare. :(

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