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post #1 of 24 Old 10-22-2012, 09:51 PM Thread Starter
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Our Newest Addition

Due to truck problems, we were delayed in going to get this beautiful girl. Now, our date is set to next weekend, 3-4th of November so far.

Please help me introduce "SL Coookin Cookies" A.K.A. Cookie. She will be bred to Me Too Radical in the early Spring for a 2014 foal.

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I will keep you all posted with pictures as I get there :)

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post #2 of 24 Old 10-23-2012, 12:06 AM Thread Starter
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I will add that she has foals by the famous Invitation Only and a few others. I couldn't look up her show record entirely but she was at least shown a few times. She is a producer of world qualifiers, money and point earners. I have to look again to see what the whole record it.
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post #3 of 24 Old 10-23-2012, 12:14 AM
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She looks beautiful but I have to say I am concerned at how high her heels are. Do you have a decent barefoot trimmer?
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Yes, I have a very good farrier now that does barefoot to corrective shoeing if needed. The only thing I don't like about him is get us scheduled in between clients lol

I've delt with high heels before. I don't think that's a recent shot though but I'll get that fixed either way. Thanks for pointing that out! I noticed that. Just busy today picking out a winter blanket, halter, and lead rope. Lol
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post #5 of 24 Old 10-23-2012, 01:27 AM
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You're very welcome Mylittleponies I am very aware of high heels due to my mare having been diagnosed with navicular syndrome. She was VERY lame when I bought her and her heels were extremely long too. Now that she is with me and trimmed on a regular basis, I have not seen any sign of lameness which is a relief, but we keep her heels right down and toes right back!
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I'm very glad your mare ended up in your hands! Glad she isn't in pain. My stallion came to me with high heels and long toes...no real indication of proper feet trim. Never had a problem getting his feet trimmed so it was down to no money IMOP. Now he's got excellent feet, but is due for a trim soon. :)

The lady told me she occassionally favors her front right. She can't get the last set of owners to answer, but it's nothing serious. She's expected to get a health exam and Coggins before travel so maybe that'll give me an idea. If nothing else, I have resources to help.
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What color of halter, blanket, or lead rope do you think would look good on her?

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Pink or Orange.
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I like pink :) Wish I could find it in the blankets that isn't over $100 lol I could handle that in a halter. :)
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Congrats! Good luck with her she's a beauty

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