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post #31 of 46 Old 09-01-2011, 03:10 AM Thread Starter
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LOL, I was looking at those! Im on the waiting list :), hehe! Poor Takota, lol... I was in a hurry trying to show if his color that I took a pic of his bad side! Haha! His butt is just father away in the pic. His momma would probably be mad at me for that pic, lol.... .
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He's a very handsome guy how old is he now? How is he bred? Looks a little on the thin side to me my colt does that sometimes though looks thin in pic but looks ok in person.

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He just turned one in June or July... they seems to be hitting tons of growth spurts lately. She was wondering about his ribs showing too (and he does look skinnier in the pic), I'll attach another pic (later this evening b/c I have no pics on this comp-my moms) so ur not worried, lol... My mare and gelding did that too around that age tho. Always 3 ribs showing till they hit three. My vet had told me that it was normal, but if saw anymore than a few ribs than to call her. But if she is wrong, someone let me know... Altho it wont help my foals anymore since they r three now, lol... I know these guys are wormed regular and fed daily (hogheads!)
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O, his father was a paint and his mother a QH.
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Sorry that took so long, but now Im finally home. This was taken 8/20 of Takota (on my sons birthday!).
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He's a very handsome guy how old is he now? How is he bred? Looks a little on the thin side to me my colt does that sometimes though looks thin in pic but looks ok in person.
I was trying to answer you there about him looking a little skinny. I think it might be the pic, that is why I posted another, but his ribby-ness is b/c he only a yearling and growing so much. He is wormed and fed grain daily, and he just had a examination in June or July and got a clean bill of health and lost his studly essence, lol...
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I was trying to answer you there about him looking a little skinny. I think it might be the pic, that is why I posted another, but his ribby-ness is b/c he only a yearling and growing so much. He is wormed and fed grain daily, and he just had a examination in June or July and got a clean bill of health and lost his studly essence, lol...

Yea that's why I added that sometimes its just the pictures my colt does the same.
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Well, I I know, but I didnt want anyone to worry about him, hehe :)
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Eh, them young ones go through some funky looking stages... they get ribby when they grow taller, then they get fat, then ribby, then fat, etc LOL.

I agree with others about his color though; sooty flaxen sorrel with sabino.

As for the odd hair growth, I'm not sure what you would call that LOL. It certainly is unique though.
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post #40 of 46 Old 09-03-2011, 02:49 AM Thread Starter
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She wanted something different, lol... I only found like 3 sooty flaxen sorrel and/or chestnuts on google image search. Are we sure this is common? LOL No questioning, but I really have never seen that before, and no one around here has. Is it just not common in this state or county, lol?
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