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Hi everyone thought I would post some pictures of my grulla Quarter horse filly Sage. She is almost 3 years old. I plan on taking her into a few schooling shows this spring. Nothing big, just for exposure. I've started keeping a blanket on her so that maybe she won't be so wooly. She's lost quite a bit of winter hair but I'm thinking she's in need of a fleece sleazy. I also pulled her mane. It's very thick at the top three-quarters of her mane and then gets thin so I didn't do much to that. I'll straighten it up a bit more when the show gets closer but now it's not really wild. Thank you for looking.









Mane Cleaned Up A Little Bit







 

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Nice! She looks better with it pulled. More cleaned up, in my opinion. What kind of classes are you planning on entering?

BTW- I love her face!
 

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Thank you. I plan on doing halter and showmanship for sure. I haven't decided yet if we are going to do walk trot classes or the green horse classes. Once the show is closer we'll decide for sure.

This is a better picture of her head.


 

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Lovely little girl. She looks much better with her mane pulled, much tidier. Though I must say, her bit looks just a bit too far up... just an observation. I love her color!
 

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What your seeing is a shadow type affect. The hair is darker there. Not too tight by any means. We will work with it snug an other times a little loose to make her learn to carry the bit. Thank you, apperciate you pointing it out though.
 

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Thank you. That is my first brand new saddle I've had. It's chesnut color which I do like but wish it was a little darker. I'll oil it evenly and make it a little darker.
 
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