Our Pony, "Pony", had her foal this morning!!

19hhbelgian

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She had a very healthy little "pintaloosa" colt
He is sired by our leopard appy, Reeno... This was an accident, and I had given her the "morning after" shot, but now I'm glad it didn't work
He is just the cutest little thing! He will make a great little show pony once he's old enough - very fancy! Pony did everything herself, I simply went out to do a routine check on her this morning and there he was, standing perfectly dry and content! She didn't even have wax at 1:30 in the morning when I checked her, but by 7:00am when I went back out there he was - Needless to say, we were ecstatic when we saw him!



Jason holding him Me holding him




This is "Daddy"... Obviously the appy and not my Belgian
Reeno is 15.0 hands and Pony is 12.3hh, so the baby should be a nice sized pony seeing as how he takes after Pops so much

 

trilyn

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Well, I would imagine you're excited that shot didn't take-that is one striking foal! Congrats on the new baby!!
 

19hhbelgian

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I haven't made a Belgaloosa. To be honest I don't do crosses because they typically can't be registered. In this little guys case though, I can "hardship" register him in the Appaloosa registry because he has obvious Appaloosa markings.
 

Buff Hooligans

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[The pinto was the mommy (from the first pic). ]

Every one of those horses are beautiful and well muscled and kept. You are so lucky.
 

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