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Sanolena Pep Ranch 01-14-2013 02:51 AM

2013 expected foals by Sanolena Pep
 
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Sanolena Pep is a producing son of Smartest Little Pep out of a daughter of Classy Little Lena

These are 5 mares are in house mares, he is expecting 6 out side foals.

Our Little Sister - OE $30,000+ Dam of World Champions and World Qualifiers Daughter of Haidas Little Pep

DBL Doc Annie Laker - Daughter of Hesa A Lot Like Laker out of Docs Polksalad Annie (Dam of World Champions and Reserve World Champions)

KAD Ms Smart Montana - Daughter of Doc Poco Smart out of a daughter of Montana Doc

Smart Strawberry - Producing daughter of Ill Be Smart out of Strawberry Sug (OE_$5,000)

Savvy Lil Tenino - Producing Daughter of Smart Lil Highbrow out of Peppys Gold Fair (OE _ $2,300)

Tianimalz 01-14-2013 09:24 AM

Why is the last mare so skinny? My rescue pregnant mare looked a lot like that.

NdAppy 01-14-2013 10:05 AM

From what I can see that isn't the only horse they have needing weight...

NBEventer 01-14-2013 10:19 AM

Not only do they need weight... but I see some horrible legs on all of those mares except for the first one. Legs that look like they are going to give out under the weight of pregnancy.

deserthorsewoman 01-14-2013 10:43 AM

I quit at page 3......
Maybe a better photographer would be rather helpful.
If I had a mare so drained from a foal, I'd give her a break....but that's just me......

cmarie 01-14-2013 11:07 AM

The last picture has a foal nursing my older mare sucks up when her foal latches on, so maybe she isn't really that bad but yes she is on the skinny side.

Sanolena Pep Ranch 01-14-2013 11:22 AM

The last mare cam from a horrible situation. When I got her she was 1000 pound under weight or better and was 11 months pregnant. All horses eat 12 % hay, 16% protein tub and 14% grain. I have bought several from them same guy and others with in the last year that could no longer afford to feed their horses. It takes a while to put the weight back on them.

deserthorsewoman 01-14-2013 11:26 AM

1000 lbs underweight? She would be skin only then.......and shouldn't have been re-bred, sorry. But, as always, just my opinion.

Tianimalz 01-14-2013 11:27 AM

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Originally Posted by Sanolena Pep Ranch (Post 1843611)
The last mare cam from a horrible situation. When I got her she was 1000 pound under weight or better and was 11 months pregnant. All horses eat 12 % hay, 16% protein tub and 14% grain. I have bought several from them same guy and others with in the last year that could no longer afford to feed their horses. It takes a while to put the weight back on them.

I understand it takes awhile to get weight back on them, but why do you have bred mares that are less than ideal weight if you are promoting yourself as a breeder? IMO, a breeder should ensure their horses look 110% in health.

When did you get the last mare? She doesn't look 11 months pregnant to me, but then I am not very experienced. Did you breed her again without getting her health back? I'm suspicious, I apologize, because you seem to know all this information about her but yet she was "rescued" :?\

No malicious intent from my end at this moment, but lots of concern.

NdAppy 01-14-2013 11:28 AM

1000 lbs underweight = dead horse....

She's not the only mare on your website that is underweight.


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