Thanks so much, I was wondering if he wouldn't end up the same color as her, there is a silver/blueing tinge to him also.
I was so worried about her, been watching her like a hawk, there was never any waxed, no redness or loosing in the rear end, and my service slip said she was exposed from may thru sep.. I left to work for a couple of hours she was in the pasture with my paso fino mare (note the mini can pretty much slip out whenever she wants to but rarely does, and if she does it is to walk into the barn, Anyway, came home she wasn't in lower pasture, quick glance into upper, can't see her. Check grain bin, and barn, no little horse. I looked at my mare and asked her where is little horse (what I call her, I always swore I would never have one, lmao) she started paceing up the south fence line screaming, so I went aroud barn up hill, I saw her standing htere, but she still looked pregnant, then when I walked up found himj on the ground, I almost passed out! I had to call in reinforments to carry him down hill and lead her, her normally sweet friendly nature turned mother bear, and she was not happy. But once I got them saftly in small fiend she settled down to being a mom again. Just relieved it is over, they both seem to be doing great.