Discussion in 'Breeding Horses' started by Wobbles, Feb 4, 2010.
JLBear truffles has grown beautifully i remember when she was born, goodluck in her future outings
Nags, she is a lovely filly to work with very smart and just so gentle we took her over to the SJ ring after the breed show was finished and stood there watching for a few hrs and she was great kids came up and patted her and bunting waving and she just wasn't fazzed at all. Lyn just loves her and so do we
A real Champion in the making I think , I just love Fritts babies.
Awww thanks for posting a pic of Truffles She is looking great, I am very proud of her and all my babies
Oh yay Desch great to see you dropping in Truffles looks lovely.
Ohhhh, hasn't Truffles matured beautifully. What a change from the cute little baby I met some time ago **)
Deschuur, So you should be proud she is a lovely filly and I have enjoyed every moment of being able to work with her. She is Lyns pride and joy and is much loved here at BC Horse Training and at the Davis home.
I have personally met Truffles, she's HUGE for her age and simply and absolutly STUNNING!
Aww it is so good to hear how wonderful she is doing and Truffles definetly went to the right home *
I have been lucky in that all my babies went to fantastic homes, could not of asked for better
Heheh Arnie she is actually the smallest of Frits babies lol
Wow, really she is a monster I'd say she would stand 16.2hh minimum she is a big strong girl and she is the smallest
Thats me out at horsin about ... havent been on here in a while.. is there anyway i can set this up so i can get updates if someone post on a thread i have or nuh?
paddock damage after his stitches popped!
paddock damage recovered
Very nice horse Jess Ware!
rising 2 in November and I was thinking about mouthing him before turning him out to grow... thumbs up or thumbs down??
Awww look at him! What did he do? Silly baby.
I would let him be, FW's mature so slowly; he is still very much a baby. I mouthed my MCM baby at just under 3 and he is going great guns.
Poor boy must have been a culture shock coming from the green paddocks of victoria to his red dirt.
I would leave him another year
well my boy is three now and he is under saddle. i did back him at 2yrs old for 4 weeks then out till 2.5yrs old another 4 weeks, now back in at 3yrs old and will stay in work for 8 weeks then out. alot of these sessions are ground work very light riding. first two sessions at 2 and 2.5 only bush riding no schooling. now he can do circles yay.
all still very green but i love this horse.
well theres only 1 Part Bred & no Pures entered for Waroona Ag. Show this year- sad when I know theres more out there.
Not sure what happened i went away for ONE DAY left the other half in charge.. i get a call at the end of that day saying 'darl rossi had to get stitches' was devo... but not to worry he is mended...
BIG culture shock this red dirt is... we arent its biggest fan so fingers crossed we dont have to see it much longer onto green grassy paddocks for us!
im in no rush to mouth him but i was told u can never start introducing equipment too early..
Love your pics Carla your boy is a looker