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post #11 of 27 Old 10-07-2010, 12:30 PM
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Thank you.

I thought I'd especially show that filly Plains Drifter. That filly is the same filly with Sage in the 3rd post picture three. Also 4th post pictures one and two. She was the odd man out with her risk coat. I' ll load a couple of the other pictures again. They show that filly shedding out better and she's standing next to Sage again.

I try not to bomb bard people with Sage pictures lol o have thousands of pictures of her. I'm just
A wee bit bias of her.

That ranch has a lot of very nice stock.
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Honestly..that filly looks just like Chase. So how you can you be sure he's a dun when he looks just like her? (though I do think he's a dun..but I would have said that filly was going to be a dun too, lol)

As far as Sage..I remembered her, and had actually considered Sage as a name for my grulla filly...but I hate stealing names. I am looking forward to Sage photos as she has to be one of my favorite fillies on here.

Ps. I want to be a neighbor to the folks that have all these grullas. That way I can look out my window every day and drool!!!

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post #12 of 27 Old 10-07-2010, 01:22 PM Thread Starter
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The last picture his butt and inside of his leg like near his stifle looks close to shedded out. It's dun colored and not grulla. At least from what I see. Horses are tricky though and he very well could be grulla.
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Here are a few more pictures.

This colt came a bit early or late in the season which ever way you want to look at it.


This was him at 6 months old.


Grulla Butts. (Sage is in the middle)


This is that filly that was the odd man out color.




Her with Sage, Sage being in front.


Sage following



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Looking at the odd colored filly...to me she still looks like a brown dun? But I'm guessing she's just a different shade of grulla?

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Same filly


Grulla butts of different shades. One dun filly as well


Furry grulla butts, Sage on far left.
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Yes she just started off differently is all. She is the filly next to Sage at the all hairy stage with just the two of them. Sage had her ears pinned. They were eating hay.
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mulitple grullas

Sage left



The filly on the right is the same filly that was the "odd" color lol
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aww sooooooo cute!!!
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The filly on the right is the same filly that was the "odd" color lol
Both are gorgeous! So jealous of those grulla foals. Hope you loved on 'em all!! :)

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Yep I did. All were very friendly. There was one filly that had a light spot on her hip that I called the Pest. She was always bugging me.

Oh and a palomino colt that's dam was a wench. Lol I stayed clear of her.
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