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        10-04-2010, 03:31 PM
      #21
    Weanling
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    Originally Posted by Alwaysbehind    
    Yepper there is.

    The center button, bottom right, that says MQ is the multiple quote button. Hit that on every post you want to quote and when you hit the post reply button all your quotes will appear.
    You're wonderful!

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    Originally Posted by corinowalk    
    Thanks!
    You're welcome! I have a feeling that there might be 2 Ls, but I do know it starts with a you!

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    Originally Posted by myhorsesonador    
    yes they are visible. I havent been around any young stallions to much so does that mean he is older??? I thought it was diff for each horse?

    Also he is the only horse on the property right now. I'm going to worm him on wednesday. I'm not sure how old he is I just guessed based on my past experiences.
    Very - very- generally speaking, colts testes won't be as pronounced as an older stallion. First seeing these pictures my gut said '7 or 8' but it is very hard to tell unless they're really young or really old. You might get a vet out to check his teeth, that's a good indicator. Young horses' teeth are very easy to discern. Working with hundreds of youngsters would have tipped you off that he isn't a yearling.
         
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        10-04-2010, 03:32 PM
      #22
    Green Broke
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Alwaysbehind    
    Yepper there is.

    The center button, bottom right, that says MQ is the multiple quote button. Hit that on every post you want to quote and when you hit the post reply button all your quotes will appear.




    Trust you but then two sentences later you are saying 'I am guessing I could be wrong'. Make up your mind. Either you know what you are doing or you are guessing.

    1-4 is a pretty serious age range..... 4yos look like full grown horses. Yearlings look like....yearlings.

    Dare I ask where you have worked with hundreds of babies?
    I said I could be wrong because I don't know every thing. I said trust me so you guys would stop acting like know it alls shoving your vast knowlage in my face like I know nuthing. No one knows every thing so there is nicer ways to say things to people. Just relax I'm doing my best here ok.

    Yes I can tell you!

    Showtime Horse Sales

    I worked for Bridget When I was 9 then stoped when I got Sona at 13. Look at the older 4h pics I'm in there.

    There are other places and people that I trained there horses but they are privetly owned so I don't have the right to share there information
         
        10-04-2010, 03:33 PM
      #23
    Weanling
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    Originally Posted by myhorsesonador    
    How do you know that? Do you know him? No you don't. So how can you say that he is?

    Any way I didnt say that he was. I said stallions that ACT LIKE GELDINGS are nice stallions and they sell around here. I didnt say that this was one of them.
    I assumed from the way you worded your post that you thought he was a nice stallion. He may have a nice temperment, but he isn't well put-together. Cute gelding, sure, nice stallion, no.
         
        10-04-2010, 03:36 PM
      #24
    Green Broke
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Charis    
    You're wonderful!



    You're welcome! I have a feeling that there might be 2 Ls, but I do know it starts with a you!



    Very - very- generally speaking, colts testes won't be as pronounced as an older stallion. First seeing these pictures my gut said '7 or 8' but it is very hard to tell unless they're really young or really old. You might get a vet out to check his teeth, that's a good indicator. Young horses' teeth are very easy to discern. Working with hundreds of youngsters would have tipped you off that he isn't a yearling.

    Do you really think he could be that old? I keep teetering back and forth on how old he could be. I havent spent much time looking at him. If he is that old and still a stallion WOW is all I have to say. He should not be out with mares. He is cute but that's about it. Would an umbilical hernia at that age cause problems to get rid of? That makes me sad just thinking about how long he could have had that thing.
         
        10-04-2010, 03:37 PM
      #25
    Green Broke
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    Originally Posted by Charis    
    I assumed from the way you worded your post that you thought he was a nice stallion. He may have a nice temperment, but he isn't well put-together. Cute gelding, sure, nice stallion, no.
    Oh sorry. I was just talking in general. If no one clames him he is getting his little brains removed any way.
         
        10-04-2010, 04:00 PM
      #26
    Green Broke
    Yah know the more I look at his pics he does look alot older than I thought! This is why I said I "could" be wrong. Because I don't know every thing.

    I don't think he is all thoroughbred though? If he is he is a REALLY short one. OH MY GOSH I REALLY DO HAVE SEABISCUIT! Lol
         
        10-04-2010, 04:15 PM
      #27
    Banned
    No need to even guess what breed he is. You will never now, right? He looks like a TB and they come in all sizes.
         
        10-04-2010, 04:38 PM
      #28
    Foal
    I'll admit by far I do not hve much knowledge about horses or breeds but looking at this one I would swear its my horse on there (which it is not). Mine is a four year old standard bred and the look exactly the same right down to the whits dot. So could this possibly be what he is?
         
        10-04-2010, 05:56 PM
      #29
    Green Broke
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    Originally Posted by medley    
    I'll admit by far I do not hve much knowledge about horses or breeds but looking at this one I would swear its my horse on there (which it is not). Mine is a four year old standard bred and the look exactly the same right down to the whits dot. So could this possibly be what he is?
    You could be right! I was watching him today and I could have sworn the he started to pace for a moment.
         
        10-04-2010, 07:38 PM
      #30
    Foal
    He's so sweet looking, and beautiful too. Can I just say that I think he's very lucky to have you looking after him!
         

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