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Jill

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Look at your pretty girl!!! So up and straight


Told ya!!!


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Newborn Picture:


Eight Days Old:

 

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Jill no doubt about it you are good.
Thanks for putting the pictures up I appreciate it. I know everyone told me but it scared me silly. LOL

This was my first foal like this. I am so thankful she is standing upright. She is a good girl.

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It never fails to amaze me when this happens, and it does, so often...!

Congrats!

Liz
 

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I must have missed the first story.

Was the back right leg also laxed?

How did you correct this ?

Small pen ? Farrier???
 

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Joanne I did what Tony of Little America told me to do. Just let them in the pasture to be a horse. She ran aound with her dam and it straighten those little legs right up.

Carlene
 

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HOLY COW I would have been so scared and panicked over her if she were mine!!!! (as it sounds you were, too!). She looks GREAT now and is so cute!!!!

Thank you for posting those... I love to see these type of progress photos, that way if I get a baby like that, it MIGHT help me relax ;)

Jessi
 

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Isn't it just amazing how their rubber legs can come up so nice and straight?!!! She looks great now!!
 

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