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        08-23-2012, 02:07 PM
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    Whats light on top... and dark on the bottom?

    Hijinx is trying to get a good feel for the Appaloosa look as an eight week old









    Tribulation is being weaned from her momma now so the foals are running with the herd for Hinjinx's sake and Zavrina was moved "next door" with one of her buddies. The foals are fine with this arrangement but Zavrina is less than impressed with the situation. Poor mare
    We ran into a bit of a snag with Hijinx's creep feeding arrangement. He is close enough to Tribulations height now that she can jam herself under his bar to hoover up his pellets and he is apprehensive about going under such low a bar. Excellet, I'm creep feeding the wrong foal! So we've taken to walking him pellets and milk out six times a day. One more month. One more month. One. More. Month.







    "Little" miss Tribulation is now five months old:


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        08-23-2012, 02:21 PM
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    Green Broke
    Love the butt picture! It shows how much they explode in just three months! They're both gorgeous :)
         

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