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And they all lived happily ever after. The End!
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Tagged as animals, annabelle, cows, family farm, horses, isabelle, nablopomo
Such cute animals!
Cute story, Ab! Just LOVE the pix of Annabelle and Isabelle side by side. Can’t believe how much “Baby Belle” has grown in 5 short months. Jake the Bull sure enjoyed those apples, too! There were VERY excited to see you!
that pinto baby is soooooooooooooo gorgeous!!
Thanks! Though I’m not sure she’s officially a “pinto,” as many associations don’t accept drafts as pintos. The term we use is “spotted draft” since she’s a Shire. I’ve also seen them called “drum horses” or “gypsy horses.” (I’m not an expert…) Here’s their association page: http://www.nasdha.net/characteristics.htm
Also must admit I never worried much about the terms, since all our other horses until Annabelle were Dapple Gray Percherons. The genetics is really interesting!
Lol – the pictures fit the words perfectly!
This is cute and funny! I like the increasing intensity of the “Moos.”
So cute! Should be a kid’s book!
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