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post #61 of 459 Old 05-08-2013, 03:08 PM
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Lily had another good show!





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post #62 of 459 Old 05-08-2013, 03:37 PM
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Oh vair- Lilly is so pretty. I really like the use of white bands in her mane. Also, how do you do her forelock? I see a few bands up there haha.

On another note, I'm super excited Joey will be coming home within the next month! :)
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post #63 of 459 Old 05-08-2013, 03:45 PM
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LOL, Talyn is particularly fugly right now, she's still hanging on to the remnants of her winter coat...along with all our horses. Just when they would get a stretch of warm and start really shedding, we'd have a cold snap that would make them grab back ahold of their hair .

I need to get new pictures...after I get new batteries for my good camera.
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Oh vair- Lilly is so pretty. I really like the use of white bands in her mane. Also, how do you do her forelock? I see a few bands up there haha.

On another note, I'm super excited Joey will be coming home within the next month! :)
Thanks! Lily has a forelock with three cowlicks under it, so I have to triple band it to get it to lay flat. You just take a top layer of hair at the very top of her head and band it, then you take another layer underneath and band it with the first, and then you take the rest and band it altogether. :)

Yay Joey!!! Can't wait to see him!
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post #65 of 459 Old 05-08-2013, 04:38 PM
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Thanks! Lily has a forelock with three cowlicks under it, so I have to triple band it to get it to lay flat. You just take a top layer of hair at the very top of her head and band it, then you take another layer underneath and band it with the first, and then you take the rest and band it altogether. :)

Yay Joey!!! Can't wait to see him!

Good to know about the forelock! Walter has a big cowlick. Ugh haha.

Joey is so hairy still, it's ridiculous. I am hosing him down and spending and entire week grooming him when he gets here. Poor little man. His mane is like a shetland pony's!
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Lily is looking gorgeous as always!!

Smrobs, I know what you mean about them snatching up their coat. Henny keeps doing the exact same thing every time a cold snap comes through. He'll be hardcore shedding then it gets chilly and bam, he sucks it up and fluffs it out. The hair on his butt stands straight up to keep him warm.

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Poor Lena is looking a little scraggly and gangly at the moment..She's still shedding her winter coat and has started a rather awkward looking growth spurt. She's also starting to change color,with a lot more white hairs showing up throughout her coat;I wonder if maybe she'll varnish like her dam did.
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post #68 of 459 Old 05-09-2013, 01:36 PM
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Wow! There was a horse under that hair!
Tribulation - 1 year old. Just measured her at 15.1hh.





And who knows if Zion will ever shed out! Being a November baby, I think that threw him off. Here is the teddy bear, freshly gelded and standing 13.1hh at 5 months 3 weeks old...

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This is my yearling black colt. I cannot get a good picture of the filly. This youngster is spectacular. He is one of the nicest colts we have raised.


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