[MSAR] Foal Watch
Ms Teri Oliver
terilynne3 at yahoo.com
Fri Jan 13 20:31:12 EST 2006
Yes, she is alive and very healthy. She lays down on command, bows and I have even brought her in the house, albiet not anymore...she is too big now. She has been thoroughly spoiled by everyone, including her mother, who still allows her to nurse. No harm there, she is just receiving added nutrition and love to her grain, hay and other nutrients. She was shown at age 3 mos and placed 3rd in her Foal Halter Class. She got bored and fell asleep. It was cute as heck.
She has already pulled a sled for the Christmas parade (put wheels under it and stuffed santa in it and decked her out w/bells and lights). No real weight, she was led.
Well, tc all. Time to feed the bottomless pits.
Claudia LaChance <Claudia at tqc.com> wrote:
Congrats on a live and healthy (?) birth!
----- Original Message -----
From: "Ms Teri Oliver"
To: "Mounted search and rescue"
Sent: Friday, January 06, 2006 2:08 PM
Subject: Re: [MSAR] Foal Watch
> [Deleted included prior posts and HTML duplicate. -Una]
> My mare dropped her filly about 8 pm at night...about 15 min after Paw and
> Granny installed the wireless camera to watch her, lol. Her first foal at
> age 12. She didn't know what was going on. She walked in a circle when her
> water broke and sprayed all the walls and bystanders that didn't make it
> out of the stall in time, lol. My first foal is one I will never forget.
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