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post #21 of 23 Old 01-30-2012, 10:11 PM Thread Starter
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i will have to dig them up as they are not digitized
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Awesome. Thanks.
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Originally Posted by Poseidon View Post
He was born with 3 socks and therefore he has 3 socks. The faux sock he has now should not be referred to as a sock because it isn't. His lower leg has just grayed out faster than the rest of his body, causing it to look like a additional marking; however, it still has black skin under the hair. When he is fully grayed out, none of his markings will be visible unless you are close enough to see the change in skin color.
This I understand, I know the 4th leg is not really a white stocking but it appears to be at the moment. I thought I made that clear in both of my other two post but I guess my wording was misunderstood.
I only posted the pictures to show one of the posters how much a horse can change over the course of time, not to argue about if it is or is not a permanent marking, thank you for pointing this out for those that did not know, but I am fully aware of what he will look like over time.
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