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Hi just was wondering if anyone on here had any pics of there young welsh section D cobs? Mines only 8months old and id like to se how hes growing compared to others.

Thanks :)
 

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I dont use facebook anymore :\
Any chance you could pop them on here ?
 

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Oh I am jealous! I love the cobs. I looked at buying one when I was looking for my yearling but they were just too far out of my price range - here it's hard to get one for less than $5000 even as a weanling, and the quality I was after isn't something you get in the lower end of the breed. I would have had to spend in excess of $10,000 for what I wanted!

Ignore my totally pointless post, it's my way of subscribing to look at all the pretty cobs.
 

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Thats a lot of money for a cob:O :p There very popular over here.
They are lovely tho they got a beautifull nature :)
Mines nearly 8 months old now.
 

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Section D's are marmite horses, you either love them or you hate them. and it very much depends on the individual.

I've ridden/handled a lot of section D's, young and old, a few who I realy liked and got on with, a few that I hated and couldnt wait to get rid of
 

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Yepp thats true. me and alfie (my section D) are getting on realy good at the moment hope he stayes this way lol.

I cant se the pics at the moment coz the pc in work wont let me il have to have a look when i go on mine when im home .
 
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