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post #11 of 23 Old 06-25-2012, 11:32 AM Thread Starter
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Make that 2 colts!!!!

Well today I turned up at the field and was informe we had another colt on the way! Approx a year old and was thrown out the box and left. He is approx 11hh maybe a little smaller. His feet are in quite good shape, he jut needs alot of weight, worming and some TLC.
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Update on the other 3.
We found a home for the mini shetland (he didnt end up staying with us) the black mini cob stallion (Wilf) is still with us and the cob colt (Chumlee) is staying with us a while. They now know what a bucket contains lol.


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post #12 of 23 Old 06-29-2012, 08:50 AM Thread Starter
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So Chumlee and Wilf were at another field with alot off grass to try and plump them up, we went and fetched them on Wednesday to bring them back to the main field to start working with them. Chumlee has come round sooo fast, he will now come for cuddles and scratches. He LOVES his dinners (which we have secretly been adding wormer too! Shhh!) We have given him a groom to get some of his matted coat out - think it may have to be a scissor job.

Bingo has come on in leaps and bounds! He has been secretly having wormer too (shhh!) and they are coming out is there thousands so he will be causing havock soon.
Latest piks of me and Bingo.

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I can't work out what breeding he is, he has to be shetland cross with something fine. What do you think (pictures are that good I know)
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They're all so ADORABLE :). Good luck on getting them to good health.
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post #14 of 23 Old 06-29-2012, 11:56 AM
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That black cob is the most adorable little stallion I've ever seen! Do you plan to get them all gelded?

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post #15 of 23 Old 06-29-2012, 02:40 PM Thread Starter
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That black cob is the most adorable little stallion I've ever seen! Do you plan to get them all gelded?
We are havin the coloured colt gelded as soon as both have dropped. Wilf the black stallion I think we are going to leave him entire, we have the vet coming out to passport chumlee and bingo this week so I'm going to ask the vet how old he is, if he ancient (which we think he is) we are going to try and get him through summer and maybe take him to a few shows once cleaned up, but if he's too much off a mess we may have to put him down.
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post #16 of 23 Old 07-02-2012, 04:41 AM Thread Starter
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Here are the latest pictures on Wilf and Chumlee, they had a 2 hour groom and look 100% better. They do scub up well! We had raki on all 3 rescues on Saturday, Chumlee and Wilf havnt been beaten they have just been neglected, Chumlee misses him mum and Wilf loves it where he is. Bingo has a ifferent story... he doesnt know whats going on at the minute, the previous people tried to pick his feet out and he moved and they beat him!.
On the plus side Wilf is approx 14/15 years old so he will be staying and having teeth and feet sorted ASAP.
Chumlee has started to drop his worms. I have never seen anything like it, they don't look like round worm, they are flat, fat and short!!!
AND... Chumless had his 1st EVER carrot, he had no ides what one was.

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Who could just abandon horses like that? Or any animal for that fact. Good job for rescuing them
All very cute.

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post #18 of 23 Old 07-20-2012, 10:36 AM Thread Starter
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Unfortunatly Wilf has had to be gelded, he started to get him strenth back and would do anything to get to the mares. All went well though!
Chumlee and Wilf have also had a DIY hog as they are covered in lice which it being treated. We are having major problem with Chumlee's worms, he wont let go of them! GRR! Really annoying!

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Chumlee having a DIY hog.

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Laughing after a wormer!

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Bingo having a chill out in the sun while still eating!
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post #20 of 23 Old 07-20-2012, 10:53 AM Thread Starter
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I DO APOLOGIES I WASNT SUPPOSED TO PUT THESE PICTURES ON AND I HAVE NO IDEA HOW TO TAKE THEM OFF!!!!!!
PLEASE LET ME KNOW HOW TO TAKE THEM OFF!

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