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Join Date: Dec 2010
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haha, well thanks for sending one to us then! I actually cut it out and its on our cork board at the farm, just to see his pretty face ;)
Painted- yeah, I'll probably have to do lots of experimenting to figure out what works for her. I dont see her being adopted at any time toon though so we have plenty of time. She's going to be one of those really hard adoptions because we cant guarentee even pasture soundness at this point. She's still limping slightly and has puffy hocks dispite the fact that she's standing much more and there isnt anything obviously wrong with her shoulder. And with the nutritional problems...who knows. In this economy I cant think of anyone that would want a very high maitenence yearling that has been stunted and gone through a lot of sickness. Its too much liability. If I were to put her in the critique section right now and not mention that I'm the one caring for her, 100-1 chance is that everyone would tell me its too risky and not to take her in, which is what people will tell anyone that comes to see her as well :/ poor little gal. We're even having a hard time adopting out Breeze, and she's a middle aged, VERY promising, well built mare! The horse market is terrible right now.
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Last edited by Endiku; 01-07-2013 at 10:41 PM.