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7 Month old Filly...what to expect?

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        12-28-2011, 12:14 PM
      #11
    Yearling
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    Originally Posted by Hunter65    
    It is so hard to judge at that age. Hunter was totally fugly, awkward, sickle hocked and so on.... at 8 months but now at rising 4 he has filled out nicely and doesn't look anywhere near the same. Some of my more experienced friends were like, uh nice horse... when I first adopted him and now they love him. I think she will turn out just fine! She's a cutie :0)
    nice! At least they were supportive, right? =D Hunter is really cute by the way =)

    Personally though: I haven't even admitted that I have a horse yet =x
         
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        12-28-2011, 12:18 PM
      #12
    Yearling
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    Originally Posted by animalartcreations    
    Babies tend to grow in spurts...and not everything advances at the same time/rate, so you can expect some funky conformation issues until she evens out. What you see as a flaw right now might not be there when she's five. Everything will kinda shuffle around for awhile. I've seen some awkward youngsters turn out to be gorgeous. I wouldn't worry about it for now. She has a lot of growing to do. :)
    Thank you, animalartcreations! I really hope that some of it evens out, especially that big head of hers! =P

    She is a really good girl, the BO's favorite, never gives any trouble (though she tried to mow me down for some grain, but we'll deal with that...I think she'd do anything for food..). My BO calls her a "once in a lifetime" horse and says I got lucky to find a horse with such a good disposition. So yeah, a long way of saying..."it's what's inside that counts"
    ...
    As long as she isn't an utter trainwreck outside, I'm happy xD
         
        12-29-2011, 01:19 PM
      #13
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    I'll prove it to you, there's hope!

    16-18 months, something around there.




    2 years 3 months ( Even I thought she was ugly at this point, poor thing.)

    2 years 6 months

    Three years


    Three years


    Three years, 8 months (with winter fuzzies but...)


    (no recent conformation shots, sorry)



    I have to say though...Hunter IS one of the prettiest little ponies I've seen in a long time-Hunter65. Wanna trade?
         
        12-29-2011, 01:29 PM
      #14
    Green Broke
    [QUOTE=demonwolfmoon;1283029]nice! At least they were supportive, right? =D Hunter is really cute by the way =)

    Thanks... he is now
         
        12-29-2011, 01:32 PM
      #15
    Green Broke
    I have to say though...Hunter IS one of the prettiest little ponies I've seen in a long time-Hunter65. Wanna trade?

    Um....NOPE although I almost did trade him away a year ago as he was a biting brat and wasn't fun to be around but he is coming along nicely now. If only he would grow just a wee bit more lol
         
        12-29-2011, 03:18 PM
      #16
    Yearling
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Endiku    
    I'll prove it to you, there's hope!

    16-18 months, something around there.




    2 years 3 months ( Even I thought she was ugly at this point, poor thing.)

    2 years 6 months

    Three years


    Three years


    Three years, 8 months (with winter fuzzies but...)


    (no recent conformation shots, sorry)



    I have to say though...Hunter IS one of the prettiest little ponies I've seen in a long time-Hunter65. Wanna trade?
    Wow! That's a big difference! She looks like her prettier sister LOL. =P
    *crosses fingers*
         

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