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post #1 of 13 Old 05-19-2011, 12:22 AM Thread Starter
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Stewie the Moose, and the yearlings

We moved all the horses round yesterday and Alfie and Princeling are in for some much needed handling. They are next door to BB and Stewie, so to while BB is having her food, I put Stewie in with the colts to see how he does with some company, I can't put him with Wombat he is just to rough.

Here is more evidence as to how big Stewie is, Alfie and Princeling are good big boys, but as you can see not a lot of difference between 10 months and 10 weeks.





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post #2 of 13 Old 05-19-2011, 12:30 AM
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Soo cute!!

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Ok. I need to know. How do you tell Alfie and Princeling apart? LOL They look identical!

I love Stewie. He is just too cute!
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I clicked on this thread expecting to see a real Moose. Sorry, but I want a refund!
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Ok. I need to know. How do you tell Alfie and Princeling apart? LOL They look identical!

I love Stewie. He is just too cute!
They are actually quite different, Princeling is taller, finer and has a solid broad blaze. Alfie is shorter, stockier and has a blaze that tapers off to one side. BUT I still have to double check every now and again to make sure I have the right one

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Golden,

I clicked on this thread expecting to see a real Moose. Sorry, but I want a refund!
I'm nearly sure his half moose, so you don't get a whole refund
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Do you know how tall Princeling and Alfie are? I can't believe how big he is and he isn't even half their age. They are all very cute, I want one

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Stewie' a moose?

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Do you know how tall Princeling and Alfie are? I can't believe how big he is and he isn't even half their age. They are all very cute, I want one
I'll have to stick all of them and see how tall they all are

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Stewie' a moose?
Young Stewie there, is known as the Moose because of his size, all three boys are by the same stud, who is a Haflinger, Alfie and Princeling are registered Haffies, but Stewie if out of a draftxQH mare.
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Oh Stewie is so cute! Gonna be a big boy

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Stewie is going to be my next hunt horse! LOL

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