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    05-22-2009, 01:50 AM
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Foal
Yearling Help?

I am in the process of Adopting this Tb/Beligan Draft Cross.
He is barely a year.

When he grows he will be used as a Dressage/Event Horse.
What do you Guys Think of him?

I know its hard to see in the photos; but for now they are the best I have.

The first photo is 2-3 weeks after he was foaled.



And these are the most Recent Photos.
You will have to forgive his coat; this is a rescue faciltiy with over 90 horses on acres and acres of land. They do not have time to personally help every horse shed out their winter coats.





     
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    05-22-2009, 10:17 AM
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Yearling
Definitely needs muscle tone and conditioning. He's a nice big boy but needs to work on the middle-aged-man butt n' belly (don't worry, my nine year old has it to xD), and bulk up on that chest of his.

He's very cute though. He seems to have a sweet face and relaxed personality. Congrats on taking in a rescue horse!
     



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