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post #91 of 134 Old 03-06-2010, 12:39 AM
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I'm so glad you got in touch with the vet and especially that the vet will come out in case of emergency!
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post #92 of 134 Old 03-06-2010, 07:42 AM
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have you got any pictures of the sire?

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post #93 of 134 Old 03-06-2010, 08:57 AM Thread Starter
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no. i emailed the sire's owners and they asid that they have no pictures. i do have pictures of 2 of her previous foals but the pictures ar't very good quality. which leads me to believe she was backyard bred. but the sire is suposed to be a big non-fading black QH


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post #94 of 134 Old 03-06-2010, 09:26 AM Thread Starter
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here are the 2 pictures the previous owner sent me of her foals. the first one is one of her palimino foals. she had 2 pally's and the 2nd is her roaned out son.
~her 1st baby was a pally (not sure of gender but i know one of the pally's was female!)
~2nd baby was the roaned out horse. and he was a colt
and 3rd was a pally and not sure if it was male or female.
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woa. that roaned out one has horrid conformation. look at that but/hip comared to the shoulder/front legs!

Anyway, good luck with your soon-to-be foal!
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post #96 of 134 Old 03-06-2010, 12:02 PM Thread Starter
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yeah not sure if it's confo or if he was just super fat. and he is leaning. i'm not good at confo so i couldn't judge when i got to go meet him. however the baby will just be my new pleasure horse. and a learning experience. so i wont be doing much with it. however the roaned out horse was super sweet. the owners offered to let me meet the stud but he was down the road. and i told them yes but they never took us to meet him. so maybe they were hiding a poorly confirmated(?) stud?


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post #97 of 134 Old 03-06-2010, 03:05 PM
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Really terrible pic for critiquing conformation. Wonky angle, wonky pose (or lack thereof) just really all around wonky, LOL

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post #98 of 134 Old 03-06-2010, 03:20 PM Thread Starter
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yeah i wish they had better pictures to give there horses more justice because they really were pretty. idk about confo wise though. however i hope the baby comes out looking more like the roaned ones color and the pally's build.


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post #99 of 134 Old 03-06-2010, 04:02 PM
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ok i have a question. what difference does comfo have any way? does it make them a better horse with good comfo? does it mean they listen and ride better? really and if so then who is the just of that?
just asking cuz only place i never heard anything about comfo was in this horse forum. so i would really like to know.

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Confo is the result of careful, and monitored breeding. Better conformed horse = less issues with injuries. (That can be prevented.). This also helps later in time with riding, to tack fitting, and overall soundness of the animal in question. IMHO.

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