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post #21 of 23 Old 01-10-2017, 01:19 PM
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Love his little black sock! OMG he's adorable.
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post #22 of 23 Old 01-10-2017, 01:45 PM
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That's a very cool pattern! Got to love the cobs. As they're pretty much running the UK these days, we've been overrun with them as well, though at a bit higher of a price. It baffles me that you can get them at three years old (unbroke) for like 500 pounds. Crazy!

That said, I've had the pleasure to photograph a horse at an event with a mutation that the breeding stallion gives to each and every one of his foals. Really quirky.
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I sure wish America was being over run with Cobs!! Gosh I love them. This little guy is so cute, omg feel free to just ship him (and others like him) over to me!!
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Me too! We don't have enough cobby horses over here.
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That's a very cool pattern! Got to love the cobs. As they're pretty much running the UK these days, we've been overrun with them as well, though at a bit higher of a price. It baffles me that you can get them at three years old (unbroke) for like 500 pounds. Crazy!

That said, I've had the pleasure to photograph a horse at an event with a mutation that the breeding stallion gives to each and every one of his foals. Really quirky.
Come take them! We don't need any more! As much as I love the cobs they are very good at trashing fields through the winter, and you can bet we have fun when a new group comes in trying to remember who's who! "So, that must be CobA, it's got that funny shaped marking... Or is that just mud?"

@Selaya , honestly, 500 might be a bit pricey! I'm pretty sure if I could locate the owner of one of the many fields of cobs left to roam pretty much at will, I could probably have one for 50 and a pint, or just a decent ratting dog.

Gotta love the little fluffs though!


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