Originally Posted by candandy49
I am certain I am going to get some feedback on this, but I do have a strong constitution so here goes. Back along time ago my family had a friend who had Appaloosa show horses. His one well-known Appaloosa Stallion, Colida was the 16th National Champion Appaloosa at Halter and is in the Appaloosa Hall of Fame. Colida got in his daily feed rations a beaten raw egg in his morning feeding. Colida was a copper colored horse with a hip blanket that even glowed. I have on occasion found out that a few other show bred horses have a raw egg added to their feeding program. Colida lived to the ripe old age of 26.
omg! We have one at the barn related to him...grandhorsey(I presume) at our barn! Colida Silverdollar... She is a 14.1 hh leopard. Registered with Appaloosa Horse Club, foal date 3/28/02, Sire:Near Gold Colida, Dam: Fancy K Bar...
She is like the cutest appy I know. She is for sale, and I wish I could buy her, but it wouldn't be fair to my horse.
This is not my shiny horse though... here he is (the bay quarter horse thing). This is 2 weeks after starting Nu-Image. He is even more shiny now if that is possible.