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post #1 of 24 Old 01-14-2013, 02:51 AM Thread Starter
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2013 expected foals by Sanolena Pep

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)
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post #2 of 24 Old 01-14-2013, 09:24 AM
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Why is the last mare so skinny? My rescue pregnant mare looked a lot like that.
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From what I can see that isn't the only horse they have needing weight...
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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.
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post #5 of 24 Old 01-14-2013, 10:43 AM
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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......
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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.
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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.
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1000 lbs underweight? She would be skin only then.......and shouldn't have been re-bred, sorry. But, as always, just my opinion.
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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.
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1000 lbs underweight = dead horse....

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