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Mona

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Re: Weaning time
« Reply #15 on: February 10, 2014, 03:58:12 pm »

GG is coming along well.  She has settled into her new routine and living alone in her pen well.  She can see the other horses, and the only time she really even frets, is if her mom is right there at the fence line, then it gets GG wanting to be with her.  I have been posting about her on the training forum because she has been being a bit of a brat about her haltering, but we'll manage to get that worked out in time too.  I am determined!   ;)   Thanks for asking.   :)

As to her sire, no, I haven't a clue as to who it is.  After the DNA provided to me was shown not to be the sire we thought it was, I gave up and went with "unknown" for her sire.  With the breeders not having a clue, there was no way I was going to put forth loads of money testing everything and then maybe still coming up empty if it was something they had since sold.  It's too bad, I know, but hey, I tried.  :-[
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