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post #1 of 34 Old 10-04-2010, 01:51 PM Thread Starter
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Ok you guys will not beleive this! please help! (PICTURES)

ok here is the original post.

Ok you guys will not beleive this! please help!

I'm opening a new thread for the pics since the other one is getting a bit long. I don't want you guy to have to surch through all the pages. :P

ANY WHO........... TADA the horsey. (I still havent decided on a name so any help is apreciated.)

P.s. Sorry they are from my phone.
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post #2 of 34 Old 10-04-2010, 02:03 PM
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He's in nice shape for being dumped. He looks like a Thoroughbred. Pretty nice looking.
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He's in nice shape for being dumped. He looks like a Thoroughbred. Pretty nice looking.
You would be suprised what nice looking horses you can get for next to nuthing around here.
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He is not in bad shape for being dumped. Are you sure he is only a yearling? He does not look like a yearling in those photos.
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Apart from being a tad skinny he looks well definietly more then one by looking att him though

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goregous horse :)

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post #7 of 34 Old 10-04-2010, 02:50 PM Thread Starter
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He is not in bad shape for being dumped. Are you sure he is only a yearling? He does not look like a yearling in those photos.
I'm not sure it was just an esamit. When you actualy see him he does look young but some times he does not. Also he is still a stud and he doesnt have any of the studdy personality traits. No stallion acts that much like a guelding yash know what I mean? So all I know is he is still young. When the vet comes out I'm sure he will tell me.
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Apart from being a tad skinny he looks well definietly more then one by looking att him though
He is looking beter already. I bought some nutrina safe choice and I have been building him up on that and I need to power pack him I think.

I have emailed all the local rescues with pics of him and my mom and I are going to go to all the local vets this week and ask if they have seen him before. So we are still on the hunt for his owners.
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esamit. .
I can usually guess what you are trying to say even with your poor spelling. I am not guessing this one.

What is that word supposed to be?


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Also he is still a stud and he doesnt have any of the studdy personality traits. No stallion acts that much like a guelding yash know what I mean?
There are lots of stallions that act very much like geldings. There are no mares there, he is there alone, how should he be acting differently if he is a 2yo stallion versus him being a yearling stallion?
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Also he is still a stud and he doesnt have any of the studdy personality traits. No stallion acts that much like a guelding yash know what I mean?
No, I don't know what you mean.

I know a 7 y/o stallion who would put a lazy gelding to shame. He does NOT act studdy, has never acted studdy, has been used as a lesson horse, and he's a breeding animal.

So your gross generalization that this horse HAS to be young because he doesn't act studdy has no validation.

That horse looks a heck of a lot older than a yearling. I can usually tell the babies.

Always, I'm guessing the word is supposed to be estimate.
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