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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. #61
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    It definitely has been a colt year for me. I had 3 fillies and 7 colts at our farm.



  2. #62
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    Quote Originally Posted by ljshorses View Post
    It definitely has been a colt year for me. I had 3 fillies and 7 colts at our farm.

    Me too. 3 fillies and 7 colts. Blech I do not like colts.
    Shelly Curtis
    Curtis Quarter Horses
    http://www.yellowhorsesinc.com



  3. #63
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    foaling season is over for me. I am no help to the poll though.
    3 colts and 3 fillies .


    Happy foaling to whomever is still waiting.

    Genevieve



  4. #64
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  5. #65
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    for me it was 2 foals, both of them colts. I've heard many locally say they're having a colt year, but I just visited a friend who is definitely having a filly year-16 fillies, 6 colts and 2 left to come. She also had 5 losses--2 of those were colts & 3 were fillies.

    I didn't actually care if mine were colts or fillies. Neither were to be for sale, and for myself geldings work just as well as fillies. I'd rather not have to bother with gelding, but it's really not that much money to have it done & with the good vet I use now, the procedure goes much better than it has with our previous vet.

    Sadly the second of my 2 colts didn't get out alive, so my boy is an only child. He'll have a buddy at weaning time though as I relieved my friend of one of her colts!



  6. #66
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    1 colt for me

    I jokingly kidded around that I could have a filly or gelding...
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