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        10-10-2013, 11:05 PM
      #131
    Green Broke
    Will her withers.. for the most part ALWAYS be VERY prominent o.o? And they are always looking better and better:)
         
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        10-10-2013, 11:12 PM
      #132
    Trained
    The high withers will probably always be more prominent then many other horses. But once she gains her topline back they probably wont be in your face...hello withers! Prominent. Lol.
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        10-10-2013, 11:22 PM
      #133
    Showing
    Those long toes on the pinto need to be brought back. Long toes can make walking painful.
         
        10-11-2013, 12:17 AM
      #134
    Weanling
    They are seperate but we feed in the same area we just rotate them and jake is a gelding so he is allowed to just chill and all three need there feet done they will be in the next week or two the farier insists on waiting 6-8 weeks between trims and I hope her withers arent too prominat but we will always love her the same I have 100$ out of the 230$ needed to float rogues teeth and geld twitch rogue gets her teeth done monday and twitch will be when I get the other 135$ then there feet done are 30 each it dosent seem like much but adds up and once we get twitch gelded they will all be in the same paddoc with tamone added into there heard also reason we feed in a smaller paddoc with them togeather is to keep other horses from running them off there feed there are other stallions now with twitch and another mare with rogue we we pull them up to feed and I take twitches halter off cause he gets it cought on his bucket and makes a mess but rogue and jake keep thers
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        10-11-2013, 12:44 AM
      #135
    Trained
    They are looking much much better. Good for you for bringing them back to good health.
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        10-11-2013, 12:44 AM
      #136
    Weanling
    This is jake he is in the background of a lot of pictures of the horses he is my friends twh gelding
         
        10-13-2013, 02:52 AM
      #137
    Weanling
    The horses were good today I didnt get pictures but will tomorrow they were spunky they love this cool weather I also put a bucket up to twitch to groom him also getting him used to me being above him and my bucket slipped and I was suprised he didnt even flinch I almost busted my butt beside him and I promise he looked like he was laughing at me! Also excited about monday when rogue gets her teeth floated and they both get a vet check again and she is going to check rogues back over and see how the vet likes there progress also about to start stocking up on hay for the winter may get a few round bales for them
         
        10-14-2013, 12:39 AM
      #138
    Weanling
    I only got pictures of twitches teeth today he has 8 new teeth coming in 4 on each side ( I didn't know horses had that maby teeth?) but he has one on each side rite behind his first set of teeth and has one on each side about where his canines will be they are still verry small and I noticed today when he was being mouthie they are verry feelable so I tried to get some pictures also vet is coming tomorrow i'm going to have her look at them but they are sharp little teeth or teeth like things that I may just think are teeth

    They are hard to see so on the last picture I will do red circles




         
        10-14-2013, 12:53 AM
      #139
    Weanling
    This to me is actually looking like his first year teeth coming in according to this chart
         
        10-14-2013, 05:10 AM
      #140
    Yearling
    I doubt there are teeth coming in those places, he might grow a fang, or both, but not more than 1 extra tooth that might need removing, on each side and each jaw (eg. 2 on the lower jaw, 2 on the upper, one per side).
    At the moment it does not look like he is growing extra teeth. Plus, some horses never develop those fangs.
         

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