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Update Post #13 Remember those Connemara weanlings we imported in '12?

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  • Update Post #13 Remember those Connemara weanlings we imported in '12?

    ...they're growing up! All three attended the Upperville Colt & Horse Show this past weekend! Their first show, and our first time at Upperville (long haul from Georgia).

    Here are pics from when they arrived: September 2012

    Here they are now: June 2013

    I had visions of being 'that' person with the loose pony galloping through the show grounds, but they were AWESOME! So proud of them!
    Last edited by GAEventer; May. 18, 2014, 02:56 PM.
    Fade to Grey Farm
    Eventing, Foxhunting & Connemaras
    *NEW* website:www.fadetogreyfarm.com

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    They look amazing!!!! Congrats and fabulous job. :-D
    The ninja monkeys are plotting my demise as we speak....

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      Originally posted by propspony View Post
      They look amazing!!!! Congrats and fabulous job. :-D
      Thanks propspony. When you stare at them everyday it's hard to see how far they've come. Now that I look back on their photos from last fall, it's evident how much they've changed!
      Fade to Grey Farm
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      *NEW* website:www.fadetogreyfarm.com

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        Originally posted by GAEventer View Post
        Thanks propspony. When you stare at them everyday it's hard to see how far they've come. Now that I look back on their photos from last fall, it's evident how much they've changed!
        They are lovely
        & I'd love to see some movement video

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          Originally posted by alto View Post
          They are lovely
          & I'd love to see some movement video
          Ditto. Love Declan, cutest pony face! Congrats.
          On the Internet, nobody knows you're a dog

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            Originally posted by alto View Post
            They are lovely
            & I'd love to see some movement video
            I'll have to work on that We weren't able to shoot any at Upperville because each of us were either showing, or ringside holding multiple ponies

            I've tried to get some of the boys, but all the want to do is gallop around and jump on one another I will see if I can accomplish something this weekend!
            Fade to Grey Farm
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            *NEW* website:www.fadetogreyfarm.com

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              Congratulations on a job well done! Wish I could have been to Upperville this year!
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                I love the one picture after they first arrived where it looks like they're all thinking: "Wow! Look at all of this SUN!!!"

                (and I just want to take the filly home and snuggle on her. She's adorable)
                The ninja monkeys are plotting my demise as we speak....

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                  I love your ponies.
                  www.laurienberenson.com

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                    Originally posted by propspony View Post
                    I love the one picture after they first arrived where it looks like they're all thinking: "Wow! Look at all of this SUN!!!"

                    (and I just want to take the filly home and snuggle on her. She's adorable)
                    Haha, if I took a picture of them to today, they'd be thinking "Someone buy us a ticket back to Ireland, we're melting!"
                    Fade to Grey Farm
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                    *NEW* website:www.fadetogreyfarm.com

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                    • #11
                      Don't ask me to take pics.... I tried today with my yearling and two year old. Gah. They looked like thalidomide giraffes. :S
                      They are looking lovely
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                      Wonderful ponies for family or show!

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                        #12
                        By request, I took some video of the colts this weekend. I'll have to get video of the filly next time at my mom's farm.

                        See the video links on our facebook page: Fade to Grey Farm
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                          #13
                          I thought some of you might enjoy seeing how the scraggly weanlings that we brought over in September of 2012 are coming along. We still have all three, the two colts and the filly. We'd been playing with them in the jump chute at home, and now I've heard that Chatt Hills is having one of the Young Horse Shows so I think we might enter them there.

                          *Ruby King Sparrow: http://www.fadetogreyfarm.com/stalli...y_king_sparrow

                          Video Jumping: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xl1f8vUvziY

                          *TBS Declan Pondi: http://www.fadetogreyfarm.com/stalli...s_declan_pondi

                          Video Jumping: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RYoUWSq3X0Y

                          *Maudlin's Miss America: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mo-Idnp4RVs
                          Last edited by GAEventer; May. 18, 2014, 04:28 PM.
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