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View Poll Results: Did you have fillies or colts?

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  • Filly (1)

    62 36.90%
  • Colt (1)

    64 38.10%
  • Filly (2)

    25 14.88%
  • Colt (2)

    23 13.69%
  • Filly (3)

    13 7.74%
  • Colt (3)

    8 4.76%
  • Filly (4)

    5 2.98%
  • Colt (4)

    4 2.38%
  • Filly (5)

    5 2.98%
  • Colt (5)

    9 5.36%
Multiple Choice Poll.
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  1. #41
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    Aug. 28, 2004
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    British Columbia
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    Default WOO HOO! My FIRST FILLY!

    My beautiful TB mare, Marcie Marie, gave birth to her first filly June 6th at 11:15 PM. The filly is by Raffaello and she is gorgeous. She is bay, like her Mom, with a beautiful large tear drop on her face that tapers down into a very fine strip at the end. She has a tiny muzzle, her nickname is Teacup.

    Is there a site where people on this thread are posting baby pics?...or can we post here? I will be posting pics of my filly on my web site this weekend. I've been busy playing with the new girl. :-)
    Dark Horse Farm



  2. #42
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    Sep. 27, 2001
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    Virginia
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    Default

    I've had 1 colt so far - waiting on the second mare to foal.



  3. #43
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    Okay other mare popped at the farm make that 2 colts 2 fillies

    1 filly in Ireland w/ 2 more to go

    Friends are still 2 for 2 with fillies
    *The Quietman ~ Irish Approved Gr.1 Stallion
    www.windyislesfarms.com
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  4. #44
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    Jun. 11, 2006
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    Cool

    Well so far there are 6 Star Babies on the ground.
    5 are Georgeous FILLIES with Bling for other people!
    AHHHHHHH NUTS........Guess you can tell my "Filly on Order" came with extra plumbing! However he is a large, correct powerhouse, with magnificent BLING.....So I guess we will keep him till next year's order comes in.

    http://i71.photobucket.com/albums/i1...ofindgrass.jpg
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    Proudly Standing Imported Dutch Warmblood Stallion Pacific Star STV, Approved for Breeding with Canadian Warmblood, and Canadian Sporthorse.
    www.travishallequestrian.ca



  5. #45
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    Dec. 2, 2002
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    Waterford, VA USA
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    We had our second arrival this morning - a colt by Sir Donnerhall! I tried to add him to the chart and couldn't because I had already voted with my first foal, a filly. So, maybe the numbers aren't totally correct.... ?
    Siegi Belz
    www.stalleuropa.com
    2007 KWPN-NA Breeder of the Year
    Dutch Warmbloods Made in the U. S. A.



  6. #46
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    I already voted for the first two foals (one filly and one colt) but have had 2 more colts and one more filly that can be added.
    Only one more mare to foal and hopefully she is having a colt.
    Genevieve



  7. #47

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    We had a filly born yesterday but I can't vote again, so here is my filly vote!



  8. #48
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    Sep. 20, 2004
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    Massachusetts
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    I personally don't have any babies but between my two neighbors there are 3 fillies. All from different stallions.



  9. #49
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    Jun. 2, 2006
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    I had two more colts than the poll would allow, 7 colts and 3 fillies. We have a lot of testosterone around here right now.....
    Shelly Curtis
    Curtis Quarter Horses
    http://www.yellowhorsesinc.com



  10. #50
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    One of my mares just had (last Sunday) colt #53 - added to the poll.



  11. #51
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    Aug. 28, 2003
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    WV
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    Default foals

    2 of each for me. But my stallion sired all fillies so far. Guess he doesn't want competition.
    http://TouchstoneAcres.com
    Touchstone Acres Lipizzans, Standing N. Samira VI (Gray), N. XXIX-18(Black), more in 2014



  12. #52
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    Dec. 20, 2003
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    England
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    I just added mine as the final foal was born last night, we have 5 fillies and 1 colt!
    www.volatis.co.uk - breeders of quality and colour



  13. #53
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    Oct. 6, 2003
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    Purcellville, VA USA
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    Sooooooooo envious of the filly owners! This is the first year that I have had 2 colts (usually get all fillies or even numbers of each gender) so now I am crazed with their antics (biting, leaping, mounting their dams, etc.).

    I am surprised it is a filly year, I know of one breeder who had 3 colts, another with 2 colts, myself with 2 colts, my vet with 2 colts, 2 fillies and another friend with 1 filly, 1 colt. Seems pretty even or heavier for the colts??

    I did put in my order for 2 fillies next year!!!!!!!!



  14. #54
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    May. 15, 2003
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    I just had a colt born, but it won't let me vote again. So maybe the fillies aren't really winning anymore?
    Hoppe, Hoppe, Reiter...
    Wenn er faellt dann schreit er...

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    forward is like love - you can never have enough



  15. #55
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    4 fillies and 2 colts for us.
    www.trevelyanfarm.com
    Home to Wicked Courtjester & Forrest Flame
    Appr. ISR,ASPR,Weser-Ems, NFPR.



  16. #56
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    Oct. 4, 2003
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    Oklahoma
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    We have had 7 colts and 2 fillies this year.
    Silver Creek Farms - home of Apiro & Validation
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  17. #57
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    I've only had one baby per year, but I had colts the last three years.

    My anglo-trak mare lost twins about four years ago, and one was a filly, one was a colt.

    And my first baby was a filly, but that was....six? years ago.



  18. #58

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    Finally tally for ours and our customers was 9 colts and 10 fillies.
    Quality doesn\'t cost it pays.



  19. #59
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    Nov. 23, 2006
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    Port Perry Ontario - formerly Prodomus
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    We had a beautiful colt this year by braveheart

    you may see him at
    www.hotelfun4kids.com/horses.htm



  20. #60
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    we had 18 colts to 8 fillies this year by our stallion Beste GOld
    "It's not how good you ride, It's how good your horse covers for you." -Kristan
    Magic Rose Farm- home of Beste Gold & Hot Shot
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