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post #1 of 91 Old 05-05-2012, 01:40 PM Thread Starter
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Stunning Blue eyed leopard colt born this am :)

He is a paso/appy cross. Im guessing he will grey as his dam is a grey carrier and he appears to have goggles. But man is he gorgeous!



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post #2 of 91 Old 05-05-2012, 01:42 PM
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He's so cutie, if he greys out will he lose his spots?
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Nice baby!!!!!!

You won't leave that halter on?????........Right???
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yes he will over time. Pigment will still showt hrough though
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Congratulations! He is a lovely little boy. How soon can you tell if they are gaited?
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He's adorable!! His eyes make him look wise beyond his years.

Randomly, hope you don't mind me asking, what state are you located in? I was on a Facebook Oregon horse forum and there was this lady who's profile picture was the spitting image of a horse I think I've seen you post. Random, I know! Haha

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Nice baby!!!!!!

You won't leave that halter on?????........Right???
no of course not. We imprint the horses at birth. It is never left on when foal is unattended.
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He's adorable!! His eyes make him look wise beyond his years.

Randomly, hope you don't mind me asking, what state are you located in? I was on a Facebook Oregon horse forum and there was this lady who's profile picture was the spitting image of a horse I think I've seen you post. Random, I know! Haha
we are in central ohio :)
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Congratulations! He is a lovely little boy. How soon can you tell if they are gaited?
immedietly when they start moving. Our stallion is gaited and this mare is very heavily full columbian bred paso fino. All of her foals come out gaited. Im pretty sure he is gaited. He is a little slow going as he was a red bag birth. He presented normally though and I cut it immedietly I don't think he was without oxygen very long if at all. He is very alert but took a little longer to get standing. Has a strong suckling instinct and nursed fine. Has passed his meconium, but he is a little sleepier than I like to see... so we might have a vet in later today to be safe. I spend a year planning for these babies and I wont lose one.
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He's so cutie, if he greys out will he lose his spots?
yes. Mystic warrier is a fresian appy cross who is pretty famous. THey have great photos of the grey progression in him
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