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MrC

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Popped the wee man over the road to meet Kia’s herd. He may be going in with them. Was a bit Ropey at times with the galloping etc and him sizing up the fencing :eek: he even attempted a jump out but hit the fence chest in so bounced back and then gave up so hoping or scared him enough for him not to do it again :eek:o_O

Anyway some nice pictures enjoy

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Kite_Rider

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I love his colouring.
I’m sure they will soon settle and how good for him to have some older ones to teach him how to behave.
 
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They have to learn about fences somehow, bouncing off it is a good one though :eek: Hopefully they will all settle together.
 
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He's certainly optimistic taking on a fence that size! I hope he can move in with them, I firmly believe herds are good.
 
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MrC

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He’s certainly brave about fence hopping :rolleyes: I was hoping his last one had warned him off of it. He only seems to do it of he thinks he’s being chased, even though the others are on the other side he will leap if he thinks it will get him away.

Thanks everyone :) he is my lovely little guy, not sure what colour of chestnut he’s going to be though, I have people saying bright, some saying liver and some saying dappled because of his back legs.

As long as he doesn’t lose that lovely light mane and tail he can be whatever colour he wants ;) :D
 

Jane&Ziggy

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Oh he is a stunner, look how he moves, you have got a very nice one there.

That looks like a very high, very resilient fence! I'm glad he got a lesson without coming to harm.
 
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I think he will be the same colour as my friend’s section D, for no other reason than he has the same markings and the same lovely flaxen mane and tail. Sadly friend’s pony is hogged because he has sweetitch. Not a great photo because I tried to find one that preserves her anonymity. He is a gorgeous vibrant chestnut and always comes straight from the field looking clean and shiny, while I’m the one having to re-clean their horse that was bathed the day before to save time :rolleyes:

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Popped the wee man over the road to meet Kia’s herd. He may be going in with them. Was a bit Ropey at times with the galloping etc and him sizing up the fencing :eek: he even attempted a jump out but hit the fence chest in so bounced back and then gave up so hoping or scared him enough for him not to do it again :eek:o_O

Anyway some nice pictures enjoy

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Oh my, that's one pretty little lad!
 
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