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If he was yours, what would you name him? (Also seeking some colt advice/tips)

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    10-02-2012, 03:07 PM
Lol! Good suggestions guys! I also came up with the name "Ninja" today because he ducks, dives, and manuvers sooooooooo well from the rope I extend to him. Almost like he's a pro sorter or something! He's really good with his footwork! He has eased up to me a bit more, I got closer and have touched/scratched his shoulder a few times. Although he got really scared and tried to nip my hand away (he never pinned his ears though). I let him know that was not okay of course, but I feel he's progressing a lot more. We ended on a good note and he was comfortable enough to eat a scoop or two of sweet feed out of a bucket in my arms.
He's pretty funny too cause he is the type of horse who talks with not only his eyes but his head..lol
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    10-02-2012, 03:18 PM
I like the name Thomas or Boo. He is a cute little guy! I am excited to see his colors change! I LOVE Appaloosas!
    10-02-2012, 06:51 PM
Originally Posted by Northernstar    
He's adorable, and on the way to handsome quickly! That first shot of him with his nose down shows a very "mischevious" look in his eye! As if to say, "I know you want to handle me, but it'll happen only when I see fit!" hee hee Sorry I can't think of a good name, but almost want to think, "Mr...?" So awesome you adopted him! - best of luck :)
That's what I was thinking, he could be..Mr Fox. Lol
Seems to describe this foal pretty well.
    10-06-2012, 04:05 PM
NINJA PONEY!!!! Hoyyyyyyy ya!!!
    10-08-2012, 03:01 PM
Awww! What a wonderful home he has now! :) I like the name Copper or if he does turn out red you could name him Big Red or just Roan. :) Tucker is cute too. He is a handsome colt, that's for sure! You are blessed!

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