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He has to be a chestnut
But lookie what little Wombat is shedding to
See how dark he is there?? Is it to early to hope we have a Chocolate Haflinger:D
Chestnut. :) No other choice for him. Though he sure is trying hard to look like his nonmilkbar mom. :rofl:
The first shed is always the darkest shed.
I'm transfixed by those eyelashes!
Aww :) GH, I have to admit I'm a tad jealous of those cutie Haffie babies! One of my students has a pair of Haffie mares, the older one is chestnut & she is very sharp looking!
I went through this with a baby, she shed out to a drop dead gorgeous liver chestnut and actually kept it for about a year only to end up just as plain red as her dam and sire. How pretty would a chocolate haffie be?! I'd steal him!!
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This pretty maybe :lol: I'm having a total brain freeze here Or I would post a link to a stunning chocolate Haflinger Stallion, if I could only remember his name, I will be back!!
mmmmm yupp I'll take him!
XX Fingers crossed for a chocolate haffy, though I went through the same thing with Rafe.
When he shed out his baby fuzz, he was this deep blood color.
But now has shed out to be a beautiful, rich, chestnut.
I knew I would remember eventually Notable, that's the boy, check this out
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