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post #1 of 8 Old 08-10-2012, 11:11 AM Thread Starter
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Rodeo @ the House.....8/9

So these are the first photos I have taken of Rodeo in literally a month. Just a reminder, I feel like these pics make me look like a backyard breeder, lol.....Rodeo is a gelding, by himself at the moment, and everything is in a work in progress. I would have been able to prepare everything better if I had known a few months back that we were for sure going to be bringing him home. With that being said, more property is being fenced in as I type this, and plans for a shelter and storage are in the works, so bare with me as everything is happening.

Boring photos, but I just wanted to see if the stress of the move was causing him to lose weight, but it hasnt seemed to as of yet, which is good. Relooking and comparing the pics, it appears he has def trimmed up some, but I did worm him, and put him on some Sand Clear......the BO at my previous barn wasnt able to tell me when the last time she had wormed him, or given him the Sand Clear was, which was one of many reasons my horse is now in my backyard ;)








And here are some photos from a month or so ago.




Hard to believe that he is already 2yrs 4months old!! Where has the time gone? 2 more months, and he'll be 2 1/2yrs old!!!!!!

Anyways, hope you enjoyed the photos, I have a few more that I will upload here shortly, waiting on my computer to work with me today

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post #2 of 8 Old 08-10-2012, 11:15 AM
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he looks good I hope all goes well :)

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post #3 of 8 Old 08-10-2012, 12:26 PM
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Well, he's a little trimmer. But he may be going through a growth spurt too. (Could explain the ribs I see just a *tiny* bit) he's rather downhill looking.

He looks really good actually.
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post #4 of 8 Old 08-10-2012, 12:42 PM
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I think he looks really good, Csim. Better than the month old pics, he looks healthier (less 'pot belly') in the current pictures and he's definitely maturing. Good luck with getting fence & stuff done, it will be well worth it when you are finished. Nothing better than being able to look out your window and see your horse :)
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he looks good I hope all goes well :)
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Well, he's a little trimmer. But he may be going through a growth spurt too. (Could explain the ribs I see just a *tiny* bit) he's rather downhill looking.

He looks really good actually.
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He could be going through another growth spurt, as for being downhill, I think I may have to face the fact that he's just going to be downhill, he really hasnt grown out of it since I bought him @ 10months old, so, oh well.

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I think he looks really good, Csim. Better than the month old pics, he looks healthier (less 'pot belly') in the current pictures and he's definitely maturing. Good luck with getting fence & stuff done, it will be well worth it when you are finished. Nothing better than being able to look out your window and see your horse :)
I agree, Im wondering if the pt belliness was due to the lack of worming, thanks to my wonderful BO's that told me they were doing it, but had no records of when they did it. But thank you! I love looking out and seeing him, neighbors seem to like it too! Lol
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d'aawww Rodeo!!! I do adore him!!! He's getting so big! Hope you enjoy having him home with you :)

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post #7 of 8 Old 08-11-2012, 03:24 AM
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Love Rodeo, as always <3
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He is just so handsome! And yay for fencing off an area for him at home! I have envy that he's home with you LOL! I'd give my left arm to have my girl at home with me!
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