Black Roan Clydesdale Colt
Picture when he arrived a few months ago -
Currently, nine months old and just a fuzz shy of 15 hands tall already....
Such a little ham!
If he disaperes he is not in florida. :P
Adorable! Wow, your property is stunning, what lucky lucky horses!! Our palominos look like they could be related!
He is so so so cute!! Love the picture of him by the tree.
How cute!! Love these pictures, he seems very fiesty and full of life and personality :]
What a pest! man oh man you've got yourself a handful! he's absolutely adorable.
Awwww, he's absolutely adorable! Haha, love the tree pics!
As a note though, he's not roan. :wink: Sabino will cause the extended splotchy marks that look like roaning, but you can see his body is solid. He'll likely shed out to be a fine black sabino Clydie!
I was going to second what macebre said about the roaning; it's usually called Rabicano roaning, and he won't become roaned all over his body like a normal roan, and may only 'roan' a bit more each year, or seem to stop all together for a long time.
That said, he is beautiful, and if he goes missing, he's not in Colorado! Lol!!!
Actually, he is GOING to Colorado : -)
I do know he is Sabino :)
I've been saying black roan because here in MI no one knows what I am talking about, had a ten minute argument over what to call him with the vet so I've thrown in the towel and called him black roan, guess I loose either way. He is... horse colored :)
I kind of get funny looks when I describe Flicka's roaning as well (she's a chestnut sabino with the rabicano roaning)...people are just like, oh she's a roan, and I'm like no...not technically!! Lol!
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