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post #1 of 9 Old 03-12-2008, 06:47 PM Thread Starter
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Dillon, AQHA Stud colt.

Here is a picture of Dillion. He is my newest rescue. He is a very well papered foundation quarter horse stud colt.

I will post more pictures when he gets home...



It's an old picture, it was taken in November.
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he's such a cutie.
Can't really see his face because of the shadowing i'm guessing.

But i love how white his star is and how dark the rest of him is.

are you going to be keeping him intact or are you going to geld him?
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Appylover-Because of his bloodlines I will be keeping intact until he is at least two to see how he matures.

He was a first foal out of a 3 year old mare (which I think is a little younge to have a foal) so we will see how that affects him.

He should be home within the next week. When he gets home I will be taking tons of pictures so you can see him better!
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that sounds like a good idea to wait to see how he matures.

Do you think Dillion was an oops?

I cannot wait to see pictures of him! He looks like he'll grow up to be stunner
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I'm really not sure. I'm in the process of trying to locate his breedes to find out more information about his parents and stuff.

I think he is going to be stunning! He's such a little cutie now, but I'm sure he will turn into an amazing looking little man.
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FGR, he's stunning! Can't wait to see how he matures!


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Thanks JDI!
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He's one colt that I wouldn't mind seeing kept intact .. at least till you see if he's stallion potential or not..!


.. and how often do I say that? Never. :)


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I take that as a huge compliment JDI!

Well he is straight and very correct so far...so we will see how he matures. I love his breeding too! Very very old foundation lines.

But I guess he will see how his attitude is as he gets older!
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