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        07-13-2014, 02:30 AM
    AWWWW she's adorable!
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        07-13-2014, 06:03 AM
    Thank you Dreamcatcher!! I love her sooo much!!
        07-16-2014, 02:59 AM
    Rook is 3 weeks old!

    I have been working on teaching Rook to lead and in 3 quick sessions she has got it down. She was 3 weeks old yesterday and here are some pictures! leading.jpg

    Rook with my boyfriend (He loves her) It is a good thing she will be to small for him or I would probably have to fight him off everytime I want to ride her.

    It is hard to believe how much she has changed since day 1
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        07-22-2014, 01:53 AM

    This is my 7 year old niece leading Rook on Friday. Rook will be a month old in a couple of days! I am hoping the link works :)
        07-27-2014, 02:36 AM
    one month old

    Rook was one month old on the 24th. She is pretty reliable with leading and picking up her feet. We have been working on ponying and she is pretty good at that too. A few days ago I saddled Flashy up for the first time since Rook was born and ponied Rook around the pasture. She figured it out pretty quick, so I got off and just dollied her to the horn and lead flashy around for a while. Rook is such a smart cookie. I took her halter off after a while and she stayed right by mommas side until I unsaddled her and left the pasture. I came back to Rook investigating the saddle :) saddle.jpg

    Here are some pictures I took today! The sun was perfect!





    And my favorite picture of the day...


    This one was from a few days ago but just look at that cute little bum :)
        07-31-2014, 09:17 PM
    If she ever goes missing don't check at my house..... :) Love her sweet face!
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        07-31-2014, 11:46 PM
    ^This! Her face is adorable <3 She's so inquisitive, just like a baby should be <3
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        08-01-2014, 12:01 AM
    She has got the cutest face ever!! Momma is gorgeous too! You've really got some beautiful horses on your hands.
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        08-01-2014, 01:45 AM
    Thank you all so much!! She's a smart cookie too! I ponied her on trail in our back woods today. I am so proud of both of my girls! Flashy was her normal(pre-baby) saintly self, and Rook happily followed along. She did have one random spirt to the left but thanks to her understanding of pressure and release she backed off it and it was a non-event.
        08-13-2014, 03:39 AM
    Well its almost time to send in her registration. I wanted to wait as long as possible to make sure she was going to stay dun. I have it mostly narrowed down in the name department.

    Here are my top 3:

    Rookin Dizzy
    Rookin for Cash
    Flash Me Rookie

    I am not sure yet which is my favorite. I was trying to get 4 good pictures to send in with the registration, and was not having much luck.

    Here is what I have so far ;)

    A girls gotta eat :)

    And she is just too cute, I can't help but love on her a little!

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