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PostPosted: Thu May 01, 2008 8:11 am 
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PostPosted: Thu May 01, 2008 8:50 am 
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CUTE!

Here's one by Woke Up Dreamin http://cs.bloodhorse.com/photos/foalpic ... e1559.aspx

Is that a blue eye I'm seeing?

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This star was almost a heart! http://cs.bloodhorse.com/photos/foalpic ... re878.aspx

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Summerhorse,

Thank you very much for bringing up this quite interesting case.
Those leg markings are unusually high! Then, if tyou add the belly spot, even better! Then, the nostrils and lips! Then, that appy-type looking eye! In synthesis, this case is VERY VERY interesting. Thanks again.

http://cs.bloodhorse.com/photos/foalpic ... e1559.aspx

Great case! :D


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Oh babies are so lovely!

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We had a mare out of Woke Up Dreaming. She had alot of white throughout her coat and her foals were FULL OF CHROME! Perhaps this mare just passes on tons of color?

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Wow I say those two chestnuts are certainly splash cases as well as sabino. That colt is just gorgeous and if it's a blue eye I would have no doubts he's a splash!!!


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I think this case, which I already commented above, is worth a second look:

http://cs.bloodhorse.com/photos/foalpic ... e1559.aspx .

This seems to me like a very interesting case. Those leg markings are unusually high for an equine not coming from loud parents ! Then, if you add the belly spot, even better! Then, take a close look to the character of those nostrils and lips! As if this were not enough, take a close look to that appy-type looking eye! Last but not least, his pedigree is also a decent one. In synthesis, this case looks very interesting and worth
keeping him entire for the future.

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