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Postby katrina » Wed Jul 11, 2012 4:44 pm

good ideas there.. I put horse spray on my mare the other morning and sprayed him too.... He didn't even notice because I sprayed his legs from under my mare.. I need a name for him..... That's really hard for me...
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Postby Faster horses » Wed Jul 11, 2012 8:45 pm

katrina wrote:good ideas there.. I put horse spray on my mare the other morning and sprayed him too.... He didn't even notice because I sprayed his legs from under my mare.. I need a name for him..... That's really hard for me...


Oh this is gonna be fun!!
How about RF Cowboy Rocks.............???
or RF Rockin' Cowboy......?
He does ROCK! :P
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Postby Chimenea » Wed Jul 11, 2012 9:38 pm

katrina wrote:good ideas there.. I put horse spray on my mare the other morning and sprayed him too.... He didn't even notice because I sprayed his legs from under my mare.. I need a name for him..... That's really hard for me...


What's his barn name?

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Postby katrina » Thu Jul 12, 2012 5:43 am

Chimenea wrote:
katrina wrote:good ideas there.. I put horse spray on my mare the other morning and sprayed him too.... He didn't even notice because I sprayed his legs from under my mare.. I need a name for him..... That's really hard for me...


What's his barn name?


Doesn't have one...
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Postby gcreekrch » Thu Jul 12, 2012 7:29 am

Two Dot :wink:
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Postby leanin' H » Thu Jul 12, 2012 8:32 am

katrina wrote:
Chimenea wrote:
katrina wrote:Almost two weeks. I think he's a little thin.... He does eat some grain with his momma. What do you think? And yes he's a charmer.... Quite an attitude... His momma smelled his bottom the other day, so he kicked up..Was funny.. I like to lay in the hay and watch him.. He likes to be messed with...


Actually, I like him even better now that I know that he's not even two weeks old yet; I don't think he's too skinny at all, for his age. If he were a month old, maybe. But at two weeks, I think he's coming along just great; I would't worry about it unless you see him not picking up shape and definition over the next couple of weeks. Please keep us posted with pictures; with how he looks now and how he's bred, he very well might be just awesome by the time he's four or five months old.

He's a good looking little guy!


Thanks.... I will... Where I see him everyday another perspective is always better. I worry about the little rascal.... H seems like he has alot of common sense. Kinda laid back... I haven't yet got my hands on him much.. I did help him stand when he was born. And while he was sleeping once... He is real curious about me and sniffs me every morning..


Katrina,
I am not quite sure how to take this? :shock: :oops: Thanks, i guess? :lol: :lol: :lol:

H'
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Postby katrina » Thu Jul 12, 2012 8:39 am

leanin' H wrote:
katrina wrote:
Chimenea wrote:
katrina wrote:Almost two weeks. I think he's a little thin.... He does eat some grain with his momma. What do you think? And yes he's a charmer.... Quite an attitude... His momma smelled his bottom the other day, so he kicked up..Was funny.. I like to lay in the hay and watch him.. He likes to be messed with...


Actually, I like him even better now that I know that he's not even two weeks old yet; I don't think he's too skinny at all, for his age. If he were a month old, maybe. But at two weeks, I think he's coming along just great; I would't worry about it unless you see him not picking up shape and definition over the next couple of weeks. Please keep us posted with pictures; with how he looks now and how he's bred, he very well might be just awesome by the time he's four or five months old.

He's a good looking little guy!


Thanks.... I will... Where I see him everyday another perspective is always better. I worry about the little rascal.... H seems like he has alot of common sense. Kinda laid back... I haven't yet got my hands on him much.. I did help him stand when he was born. And while he was sleeping once... He is real curious about me and sniffs me every morning..


Katrina,
I am not quite sure how to take this? :shock: :oops: Thanks, i guess? :lol: :lol: :lol:

H'


Very Funny!!!!!!! Only a goat lover would see that!!!!! Oh man am I bad!!!!! :twisted: :P
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Postby gcreekrch » Thu Jul 12, 2012 8:50 am

katrina wrote:
leanin' H wrote:
katrina wrote:
Chimenea wrote:
katrina wrote:Almost two weeks. I think he's a little thin.... He does eat some grain with his momma. What do you think? And yes he's a charmer.... Quite an attitude... His momma smelled his bottom the other day, so he kicked up..Was funny.. I like to lay in the hay and watch him.. He likes to be messed with...


Actually, I like him even better now that I know that he's not even two weeks old yet; I don't think he's too skinny at all, for his age. If he were a month old, maybe. But at two weeks, I think he's coming along just great; I would't worry about it unless you see him not picking up shape and definition over the next couple of weeks. Please keep us posted with pictures; with how he looks now and how he's bred, he very well might be just awesome by the time he's four or five months old.

He's a good looking little guy!


Thanks.... I will... Where I see him everyday another perspective is always better. I worry about the little rascal.... H seems like he has alot of common sense. Kinda laid back... I haven't yet got my hands on him much.. I did help him stand when he was born. And while he was sleeping once... He is real curious about me and sniffs me every morning..


Katrina,
I am not quite sure how to take this? :shock: :oops: Thanks, i guess? :lol: :lol: :lol:

H'


Very Funny!!!!!!! Only a goat lover would see that!!!!! Oh man am I bad!!!!! :twisted: :P


This thread now has some very interesting possibilities. :wink: :lol:

Your colt looks fine Katrina, turn them out and you won't recognize him in a month.

Not sure what you can do about H. :P
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Postby katrina » Thu Jul 12, 2012 9:44 am

I so needed a laugh!!!!!! Love ya guys!!!!!
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Postby leanin' H » Thu Jul 12, 2012 12:37 pm

I was gonna make comments about what you went on to say, but felt it was in everyone's best interest to not! :lol: :lol: :lol: I like the new colt and hope you don't deide to ruin him by naming him H'! :wink:
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Postby katrina » Thu Jul 12, 2012 1:27 pm

leanin' H wrote:I was gonna make comments about what you went on to say, but felt it was in everyone's best interest to not! :lol: :lol: :lol: I like the new colt and hope you don't deide to ruin him by naming him H'! :wink:


So: No name like Leaner the Weanier
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Postby gcreekrch » Thu Jul 12, 2012 3:02 pm

katrina wrote:
leanin' H wrote:I was gonna make comments about what you went on to say, but felt it was in everyone's best interest to not! :lol: :lol: :lol: I like the new colt and hope you don't deide to ruin him by naming him H'! :wink:


So: No name like Leaner the Weanier


Nope. I think 'Lectric Playboy is taken too. :wink: :lol:
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