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    05-31-2013, 10:57 PM
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Love the new pics, he gets more stunning everytime I see him!!
That's exactly how I feel!!
     
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    05-31-2013, 11:05 PM
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Psynny's lovely head and neck...no make-up- and to think-- THIS is his ugly/gangly stage..LOL





     
    06-02-2013, 07:22 AM
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Started
Drool...

Druydess, he's getting more and more stunning every time I see him. Congratulations on producing a horse of such top quality!!
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    06-02-2013, 08:09 AM
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Trained
He is beautiful!! I love him!!
     
    06-02-2013, 09:51 AM
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Weanling
Omg dru, he is STUNNING!!!! If he goes missing, he's not in my barn......
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    06-03-2013, 06:46 PM
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Drool...

Druydess, he's getting more and more stunning every time I see him. Congratulations on producing a horse of such top quality!!
Thank YOU for noticing..LOL
I wish you could know his personality; it's prettier than HE is!

Seriously, starting out as a breeder, there's always some skepticism, and sometimes, rudeness, when one decides to breed, but I am so very glad such things didn't deter me, and I instead, listened to knowledgeable, supportive breeders and horse-people who gave sound advice. It has been a very rewarding journey. I can't imagine not having Psynny in my life and it is extremely satisfying that this lovely boy exists solely due to my breeding program. I hope he continues to rock it.
For anyone contemplating breeding, take your time, do your research, and find competent mentors to maximize your success!
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    06-03-2013, 07:33 PM
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Trained
How tall is he now?

He is just amazing! So perfect.
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    06-03-2013, 07:49 PM
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He is beautiful!! I love him!!
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How tall is he now?

He is just amazing! So perfect.
Thanks so much Celeste; I'm not arguing with a Vet's observation..
I love him too.

I haven't sticked him recently, but the week before he turned 1 year- he was at 14HH. He has been growing so fast, I have had a hard time keeping weight on him, even with a multiple feedings of Triple Crown 12/10 feed, sometimes switching to TC Growth, alfalfa/oat cubes, flax, and plenty of hay, so I just recently added rice bran, and that seems to be doing the trick. He has some major bone and muscle to support calorically! My other yearlings aren't having such an issue with weight..so I know it's Psynny's massive energy demands..

According to the string test, and all the growth charts I consulted- he should be 15.3- 16.1 when finished. No wonder he needs so much feed..LOL

I have to check him again soon..
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    06-03-2013, 07:52 PM
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Growing kids can be hard to keep weight on for sure.
     
    06-03-2013, 09:39 PM
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Thank YOU for noticing..LOL
I wish you could know his personality; it's prettier than HE is!

Seriously, starting out as a breeder, there's always some skepticism, and sometimes, rudeness, when one decides to breed, but I am so very glad such things didn't deter me, and I instead, listened to knowledgeable, supportive breeders and horse-people who gave sound advice. It has been a very rewarding journey. I can't imagine not having Psynny in my life and it is extremely satisfying that this lovely boy exists solely due to my breeding program. I hope he continues to rock it.
For anyone contemplating breeding, take your time, do your research, and find competent mentors to maximize your success!
I see no problem in starting out in anything so long as you arm yourself with knowledge and wisdom and have clear aims - all of which you clearly have done. I've never really been involved in the breeding side but I'm sure there are just as many rude know-it-alls in that industry as any other horse industry. Everyone has to start somewhere, if I were a breeding expert I'd much rather people started as you did than start as many other top "experienced" breeders continue to operate!

I'm assuming he'll be keeping his bits with such a lovely personality? I hope he's the start of a wonderful new line! He really is 'best of the best'.
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