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Jill

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Alrighty... practice makes perfect and I can use a lot of practice! I'm not letting my lack of talent for videography stop me from video-ing the horses!!! It's so much fun!!!

I made this of Ducky (Whinny For Me's Dun Buckin Around) today. Ducky is now 2mos old and I don't think he's greying as was originally predicted... We shall see.

Ducky's is going to be my under junior show gelding next year and is just a lot of fun. Those of you who have seen the DunIT video may recognize some of this guy's legwork!!! DunIT is Ducky's sire.

Thanks for looking!!!


 

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WOW he has his Daddy's fancy front kick too
SO cute!!!! I love your shaded grass turnout
Looks very peaceful!
 

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Thanks Brandi, Sheryl and Carol!


I said before that DunIT's homozygous for ROTTEN
I wasn't kidding
 

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Jill, He is cute as can be
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I Love his long legs and pretty, tiny head.

He does move like his dad!

~Sandy
 

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Aghhh, I replied to this earlier but the reply isn't showing up!


Oh there he is!!! I loved this video, he moves like his Daddy!


Thanks for sharing him. Can't get enough of 'The Duckster'.
 

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Ohmygosh! He's adorable! And there's that attitude!
 

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Thanks everyone!!! Ducky does remind me A LOT of his sire and has since day one. He is so much fun and cannot wait to take him out as my yearling show gelding next season
:wub
I haven't had a homebred show gelding to show since 2004 but LOVED showing him
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I will probably make another thread, but am curious what others who've had more grey foals than I have think about Ducky staying dark or turning grey?

My other DunIT foal, Passion, is going grey and has noticable goggles. At one point, I thought I saw a few white hairs on Ducky's eye lid, but now do not.

Ducky's 2mos old and he's changed from "black" to dark bay (thnking dun -- light dorsal and shoulder bars), but has none of the greying signs I've seen in my grey horses. Any insight?

Not even sure what color I'd rather him be... I do not have any dark horses, so his color is different to my farm, grey is one of my favorite colors, but I already have a couple grey show horses... Not that Ducky's going to take any requests into consideration
 
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